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1980 All Star Brian Propp Game Worn Jersey - "Rookie" - Video Match - Propp Letter
Lot #73

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1980 All Star Brian Propp Game Worn Jersey - "Rookie" - Video Match - Propp Letter
Lot #73

This jersey originates directly from the personal collection of Brian Propp. A hand signed letter from Brian will accompany your purchase.

This orange heavy mesh gamer by Cosby was worn by Brian Propp during the 1980 NHL All Star Game. Propp was selected by the Flyers in the 1st round of the 1979 NHL Entry Draft. He burst onto the scene in 1979-80 as a member of a Flyers team that set the NHL record by going unbeaten in 35 straight games. As a rookie Propp scored 34 goals and 75 points and helped his club all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals where they lost in a hard fought 6 game series against the New York Islanders. Over the course of a 16-year career, Propp played in 1016 games, scored 425 Goals and 1004 points. He would take 5 trips to the Stanley Cup Finals, failing to skate away with that elusive win. Propp partook in 5 NHL All Star games and was 4-times a 40-Goal scorer.

Sewn into the collar of this sweater is the manufacturer’s wash and size tagging. The collar has been vented as per Brian’s preference. Typical All Star usage exists with some noticeable stick marks and light pilling. Shown above is video footage of Propp wearing this exact jersey as he scores his first ever All Star game goal to place his team ahead in the 3rd period by the score of 3-2. Propp’s partially hand-written and signed LOA indicates that he wore this jersey during the 1980 All Star Game in Detroit, during his rookie season. It further states that he played on a line with Reggie Leach and Phil Esposito in the contest. A sweet piece of NHL All Star history, from the All Star game that was Gordie Howe’s last and Wayne Gretzky’s first.