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1970s Kingston Canadians Game Worn Jersey Player #7 - Honored Number
Lot #221

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1970s Kingston Canadians Game Worn Jersey Player #7 - Honored Number
Lot #221

This home white dureen gamer by Maska was worn circa the 1970’s by player #7 while skating for the Kingston Canadians during OHA play. The most famous player to wear #7 during the era was Tony McKegney who went on to a 13-year NHL career. McKegney’s #7 is one of 4 numbers that have been honored by the franchise. The Kingston Canadians began play in 1973-74 and existed in the OHA and OHL for a total of 15 seasons, playing their home games at the Kingston Memorial Centre in Kingston, Ontario. The franchise was sold in 1988 and renamed the Raiders for a season before being sold again and becoming the Kingston Frontenacs.

Sewn into the collar of this gamer is the Maska tag. The game wear on this sweater consists of stick marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired holes, stitch pops, inner pilling and a couple of team-sewn repairs. The fight strap has been removed from the inner verso, almost certainly for reuse by the team. A fantastic looking 1970’s era sweater that dates to the early origins of this franchise.