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1993-94 Al Macinnis Calgary Flames Pre-Season Game Worn Jersey Career Best 28 Goal Season
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1993-94 Al Macinnis Calgary Flames Pre-Season Game Worn Jersey Career Best 28 Goal Season
Lot #29
This road red air-knit gamer by CCM was worn by Al Macinnis during the 1993-94 NHL preseason. The Calgary Flames selected Macinnis in the 1st round of the 1981 NHL Entry Draft. Macinnis thus began an extraordinary NHL career that spanned 23 seasons and 1416 games. Al spent the first 13 seasons of his career with the Calgary Flames and then completed his career with 10 seasons as a member of the St. Louis Blues. Macinnis scored 340 goals, thanks in large part to his booming slap shot that was often clocked at 100MPH. He added an impressive 934 assists, giving him a total of 1274 career points, good for 3rd on the all-time scoring list for defenseman. Macinnis won the 1999 Norris Trophy as the NHL’s best defenseman and the 1989 Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoff MVP, as he led his Calgary Flames to the first Stanley Cup title in team history. Al was 7-times a 1st or 2nd team NHL All Star and played in double-digit NHL All Star games on his way to a 2007 Hall of Fame induction.

The game wear on this pre-season set size 54 sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, material pulls, fine exterior pilling especially at the sleeve cuffs and belly along with nice inner pilling. Removed from the left breast is the alternate Captain’s “A”. Removed from the upper verso and lost to history is the player nameplate. On the inside hem is the official Calgary Flames game worn jersey and set stamp. A well-worn example from a season that would see Macinnis go on to score a career-best 28 goals, play in his 6th NHL All Star Game and earn 2nd Team NHL All Star honors in the process. The 1993-94 campaign also turned out to be Big Al’s final year with the Flames before joining the St. Louis Blues.