Categories:
Home > 2016/05/24 > Vintage Game Worn Jerseys
Thank you for visiting our past auction results. If you have an item identical (or similar) to this auction lot, please contact us to discuss consigning.
1981-83 Steve Shutt Montreal Canadiens Game Worn Jersey
Lot #28

 Mail this auction to a friend!
Watch this item! 
1981-83 Steve Shutt Montreal Canadiens Game Worn Jersey
Click any image for full-size
IMAGES
You May Also Be Interested In These Items
Description
1981-83 Steve Shutt Montreal Canadiens Game Worn Jersey
Lot #28
This road red knit gamer by Maska was worn by Steve Shutt during either the 1981-82 or 1982-83 NHL season. The Montreal Canadiens made Shutt the 4th overall pick in the 1972 NHL Amateur Draft. Shutt enjoyed a storied career that spanned 13 seasons, all but one partial year being spent with the Montreal Canadiens. Shutt joined the Canadiens in 1972-73, where he won his first of 5 Stanley Cup Rings. Shutt spent the majority of his career on the Left Wing playing alongside NHL legend Guy Lafleur. Together the two dominated and helped the late 1970’s Canadiens teams to dynasty status. Shutt netted 424 goals and 817 points in a 930 game career. His single season best came in 1976-77, when Shutt registered 60 goals becoming one of the first players in NHL history to accomplish that feat. Shutt was 3-times a 1st or 2nd Team NHL All Star who also played in several NHL All Sar games. He was also a key figure on the victorious 1976 Canada Cup team while representing Team Canada.



The game wear on this size 48 sweater is solid and consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired burn holes, stitch pops, inner pilling and a handful of team-sewn repairs. The original nameplate and old school fight strap are a treat certainly worthy of mention. Shutt ran off a string of 9 consecutive 30+ Goal seasons that culminated with his 35-Goal effort in 1982-83, as he cemented his Hall of Fame legacy. A spectacular well-worn vintage offering that is original in all respects and would make a tremendous addition to any Hall of Fame collection, choice!