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1975-77 Lucien DeBlois Sorel “Eperviers” Black Hawks Game Worn Jersey
Lot #209

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1975-77 Lucien DeBlois Sorel “Eperviers” Black Hawks Game Worn Jersey
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1975-77 Lucien DeBlois Sorel “Eperviers” Black Hawks Game Worn Jersey
Lot #209

This red dureen gamer by Maska was worn by Lucien DeBlois circa the 1975-77 QMJHL seasons. The New York Rangers selected DeBlois 8th overall in the 1977 NHL Amateur Draft. He broke into the NHL that same year with the Broadway Blueshirts, lighting the lamp 22 times as a rookie. The following season, DeBlois and the Rangers made an unlikely trek to the Stanley Cup Finals where they fell to the Montreal Canadiens dynasty. After only 6 games in 1979-80, his 3rd season in the league, the Rangers dealt DeBlois to the Colorado Rockies in a blockbuster deal to obtain Barry Beck. Lucien spent 2 years with the Rockies, 3 more in Winnipeg and then joined the Montreal Canadiens where, in his 2nd and final year with the club, he won the 1986 Stanley Cup. DeBlois rejoined the Rangers in 1986-87 and played there for 3 more years before finishing his 15-year NHL career with stints in Quebec, Toronto and Winnipeg. DeBlois, a decorated star in juniors, scored 249 career NHL goals.


Proudly sewn to the left breast of this gamer is the Captain’s “C”. The game wear on this sweater is solid and consists of stick marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired burn holes, inner pilling, team-sewn repairs and fight abuse with repair work to the front collar as well as a massive sew job running from the right front collar area to the crest. The original fight strap and name on back are also a treat worthy of mention. This stunning offering features the prettiest logo in all of sports, Chief Indian Head, along with a pair of desirable “S” shoulder tomahawks. DeBlois was a junior phenom who jumped directly from Sorel to the New York Rangers at 20 years of age. In Lucien’s last year of junior hockey, he played in 72 games, scoring 56 goals and adding 78 assists for 134 points to go along with 111 PIMS! This beautiful Eperviers gamer was taken home by DeBlois right before his journey to the NHL began. A stunning well-worn example, complete with the coveted letter of honor that originated directly from Mr. DeBlois himself and is now more than 40-years removed from the ice!