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1989-90 Adam Graves Edmonton Oilers Game Worn Jersey - Stanley Cup Season
Lot #83

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1989-90 Adam Graves Edmonton Oilers Game Worn Jersey - Stanley Cup Season
Lot #83

This road blue air-knit gamer by CCM was worn by Adam Graves during the 1989-90 Stanley Cup winning season. The Detroit Red Wings selected Graves in the 2nd round of the 1986 NHL Entry Draft. Graves made his NHL debut in 1987-88 with the Wings and spent parts of 3 seasons with the club before joining the Edmonton Oilers during the 1989-90 season. It turned out to be a great deal for Adam who went on to win the Stanley Cup later that spring. Following 2 years in Edmonton, Graves joined the New York Rangers where he played for the next 10 seasons. During that span, he teamed with Mark Messier and other former teammates to bring New York their first Stanley Cup since 1940. Graves became an all-time great Ranger during his stay with the club. He became the Rangers first 50 goal scorer, was named 2nd team NHL All Star, played in the NHL All Star Game while also winning the King Clancy and Bill Masterton Trophies. After a final couple of years in San Jose, Graves had played 1152 games over the course of 16 seasons. This 50-goal man added a feisty 1224 PIMS and won a pair of Stanley Cups.

The game wear on this 2nd set size 54 sweater is solid and consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired burn holes and trauma, stitch pops, material pulls, inner pilling and salt deposits in the fight strap. Penned in the collar is the notation “89-90/2”. A beautiful early career gamer from the 2nd half of the Edmonton Oilers 1990 Championship season.