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1997-98 Dmitri Mironov Anaheim Mighty Ducks Game Worn Jersey Alternate - All Star Season - Photo Match
Lot #297

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1997-98 Dmitri Mironov Anaheim Mighty Ducks Game Worn Jersey Alternate - All Star Season - Photo Match
Lot #297

This white alternate air-knit gamer by Nike was worn by Dmitri Mironov during the 1997-98 NHL season. The Toronto Maple Leafs selected Mironov in the 8th round of the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. This Moscow native began his career in Russia in 1985 and remained there until beginning his NHL career in 1991-92 in Toronto. Mironov played in Toronto for 4 years and was part of the Conference Finals squads in 1993 and 94 before moving on to represent Pittsburgh, Anaheim, Detroit, where he won a Stanley Cup in 1998, and finally Washington. Mironov played in the NHL for 10 seasons and was an NHL All Star in 1997-98. Additionally, Dmitri represented Russsia in a couple of Super Series, the World Championships, the 1991 Canada Cup and a couple of Olympics.

The game wear on this 1st set size 54 alternate consists of stick marks, board burns, board paint transfer, un-repaired burn holes and inner pilling. Shown above is a beautiful photo match of Mironov wearing this exact jersey during the 1997-98 season. Sewn to the inside hem is the official Anaheim Mighty Ducks game worn jersey and set tagging. Mironov earned his only All Star berth during the 1997-98 season and was in fact dealt to the Red Wings at the 1998 deadline where he went on to win his only Stanley Cup. This beautiful short-lived alternate is the style that succeeded the failed Wild Wing experiment and was worn by Mironov during his most memorable season.