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1972-73 Doug Jarrett Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Finals Game Worn Jersey - Photo Match
Lot #39

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1972-73 Doug Jarrett Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Finals Game Worn Jersey - Photo Match
Lot #39
This road red dureen gamer by Wilson and Gunzo’s was worn by Doug Jarrett during the 1972-73 NHL regular season and Stanley Cup playoffs, including the Stanley Cup Finals. Jarrett began his NHL career with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1964-65 and spent the next 11 seasons with the club. He finished his career with the New York Rangers after being traded in exchange for goalie Gilles Villemure. He played for parts of 2 seasons with New York before hanging up the skates. Jarrett spent years on the Chicago blueline paired with Keith Magnuson and Phil Russell. Together the duos proved a tough pair to play against. During Jarrett’s tenure in the Windy City, he played in several Stanley Cup Finals but failed to walk away with hockey’s ultimate prize. In 1975, Jarrett’s final year with the Hawks, he represented the team in the NHL All Star game.



Sewn into the collar of this gamer are the Wilson and Gunzo’s tags. The game wear on this size 48 sweater is solid and consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, un-repaired holes, heavy inner pilling and some fantastic team-sewn repair work. Chain-stitched to the inside hem is the ‘73’ year tag. Shown above are a couple of black and white wire photos showing Jarrett wearing this exact jersey dated to the 1973 Stanley Cup Finals in Montreal. Also shown above is a color photo of Jarrett wearing this jersey during the 1973 Stanley Cup Finals. Removed from the left breast of this gamer is the alternate Captain’s “A”. Removed from the shoulders are the Winterhawks logos, which were applied after this sweater was recycled for use by Chicago’s minor league affiliate. The prettiest logo in all of sports remains sewn proudly to the chest in its original hand-stitched condition. A spectacular well-worn photo matched dureen that was worn by Chicago’s All Star defenseman during the 1973 Stanley Cup Finals, choice!