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1986-87 Steve Finn Quebec Nordiques Game Worn Jersey - "Rendezvous '87"
Lot #104

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1986-87 Steve Finn Quebec Nordiques Game Worn Jersey - "Rendezvous '87"
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1986-87 Steve Finn Quebec Nordiques Game Worn Jersey - "Rendezvous '87"
Lot #104

This home white knit gamer by CCM was worn by Steven Finn during the 1986-87 NHL season. The Quebec Nordiques selected Finn in the 3rd round of the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. He began his NHL career in 1985-86 with the Nordiques and remained with the franchise for 10 seasons. Steven finished up his career with a partial season in Tampa followed by parts of two more in Los Angeles. Finn was known as a steady defenseman, who played with an edge as evidenced by his 1724 PIMS in 725 games played. In fact, Finn averaged better than 200 PIMS per year for his first 5 full seasons on the Nordiques blueline, spanning 1987-88 thru 1991-92.

Sewn to the right sleeve of this gamer is the Rendezvous ‘87 patch. The game wear on this vintage Nords sweater is solid and consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, plenty of board paint transfer from the boards at Le Colisee, un-repaired holes, washed out bloodstains and heavy inner pilling. Fight abuse is readily evident, as the back of the collar has been torn down to the top of the nameplate and subsequently repaired by the team. Also worthy of mention is a typical amount of loss on the numbers and Fleur di lis’. Shown above, for your enjoyment, are some great video highlights of Finn fighting Bruins tough guy Nevin Markwart while wearing his home Rendezvous ‘87 patched gamer. A nice rookie era patched sweater that was worn by Finn as he fought to earn a full time position on the Quebec blueline.