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1971-72 Ted Harris Minnesota North Stars Game Worn Jersey Photo Match
Lot #20

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1971-72 Ted Harris Minnesota North Stars Game Worn Jersey Photo Match
Lot #20

This road green dureen gamer by Rawlings was worn by Ted Harris during the 1971-72 NHL season. Harris began his NHL career with the Montreal Canadiens where he spent 7 seasons beginning in 1963-64. During that time he captured 4 Stanley Cups. He joined the Minnesota North Stars to start the 1970-71 campaign and served as their Team Captain until departing for Detroit early in the 1973-74 season. Later that year, Ted played for the St. Louis Blues and he finished his career as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers in 1974-75, retiring following the 5th Stanley Cup win of his illustrious career. This hard-nosed defenseman earned exactly 1000 PIMS during his career, was a 2nd Team NHL All Star in 1969 and he played in 5 NHL All Star games.

Sewn into the hem of this gamer is the Rawlings manufacturers and size tag combo. Sewn alongside is the wash instruction tagging. The first number of the size is a 5, which is perfectly intact and legible whereas the second number is heavily frayed and no longer legible. Removed from the left breast is the Captain’s “C”. The game wear on this vintage dureen consists of stick marks, board burns, stitch pops, un-repaired trauma and runs, inner pilling and a handful of team-sewn repairs. Shown above are a couple of beautiful photo matches of Harris wearing this exact jersey during the 1971-72 season. This wonderful example was worn by this 5-time NHL All Star while serving as Team Captain of the Minnesota North Stars.