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2000 Scott Stevens World Stars Game Worn Jersey - Slava Fetisovís Farewell - Kursk K-141
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2000 Scott Stevens World Stars Game Worn Jersey - Slava Fetisovís Farewell - Kursk K-141
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2000 Scott Stevens World Stars Game Worn Jersey - Slava Fetisovís Farewell - Kursk K-141
Lot #3
This red air-knit gamer by Lutch was worn by Scott Stevens during Slava Fetisov’s Farewell Game in Russia in August of 2000. The Washington Capitals selected Stevens in the 1st round of the 1982 NHL Entry Draft. This Kitchener native made his NHL debut in 1982-83 with the Washington Capitals where he played for 8 seasons. Following a year with the St. Louis Blues, Stevens was transferred to the New Jersey Devils in a landmark decision that involved fellow Hall of Famer Brendan Shanahan. Stevens would remain with the New Jersey Devils for 13 years before announcing his retirement following 23 NHL seasons.

In 1635 games played, Stevens scored 908 points and racked up 2785 PIMS. He partook in 233 playoff contests, scoring 118 points and amassing 402 PIMS. After just one year in New Jersey, Stevens assumed the title of Team Captain, a role he held for the next 12 seasons. Stevens hoisted three Stanley Cups and was awarded the 2000 Conn Smythe Trophy as most valuable player of the playoffs. Scott represented Team Canada in the Canada Cup, the World Cup of Hockey and the Olympics. He was five-times a 1st or 2nd Team NHL All Star and appeared in 13 NHL All Star Games. This warrior is a most deserving member of the NHL Hall of Fame and will be remembered as one of the great leaders and competitors of our generation.

Proudly found on the left breast of this jersey is the Captain’s “C”. Adorning the right breast of this gamer is the Kursk K-141 logo that commemorates the sinking of the Russian Submarine that killed all crew aboard prior to the game.  The game wear on this size 54 sweater consists of stick marks, board burns, board paint transfer and inner pilling. A beautiful offering, complete with the coveted letter of honor, that was worn to memorialize the fallen K-141 crew while also celebrating the end of Slava Fetisov’s Hall of Fame career.