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1985-86 Jack Brownschidle Hartford Whalers Game Worn Jersey & Craig Channell Hartford Whalers Training Camp Worn Jersey
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1985-86 Jack Brownschidle Hartford Whalers Game Worn Jersey & Craig Channell Hartford Whalers Training Camp Worn Jersey
Lot #58

This home white mesh gamer by CCM was worn by Jack Brownschidle during the 1985-86 NHL season. The jersey was later recycled by the Whalers for use by Craig Channell during training camp. The St. Louis Blues selected Brownschidle in the 6th round of the 1975 NHL Amateur Draft. After graduating from Notre Dame in 1977, this Buffalo native began his NHL career in 1977-78 with the Blues. He remained with St. Louis for 7 seasons until being claimed in March of 1984 by the Hartford Whalers. Brownschidle spent three seasons playing for Hartford, with his last NHL season coming in 1985-86. Brownschidle also represented Team USA in a couple of World Championships as well as playing for the US National Team in 1973-74 prior to the start of his NHL career.

Craig Channell played his junior hockey with the WHL’s Seattle Breakers. He made his professional debut in 1982-83 with Sherbrooke of the AHL where he played for a couple of years. Channell spent the remaining 6 years of his career in the IHL where he played for the Fort Wayne Komets and the Indianapolis Ice.

Removed from the upper verso is the individually lettered surname “Brownschidle”, the outline of which remains legible. Sewn into the collar is the born on date “85-07”. The game wear on this size 52 sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer and inner pilling. The 1985-86 season saw Brownschidle partake in the final 9 games of his NHL career lending to the thought that this was Jack’s last NHL gamer.