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2003-04 Simon Gagne Philadelphia Flyers Game Worn Jersey - Team Letter
Lot #146

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2003-04 Simon Gagne Philadelphia Flyers Game Worn Jersey - Team Letter
Lot #146
This white air-knit gamer by CCM was worn by Simon Gagne during the 2003-04 NHL season. This former 1st round draft choice and 12-year veteran had spent his entire career as a member of the Philadelphia Flyers prior to joining the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2010-11. After just one season in Tampa, Gagne became a member of the Los Angeles Kings and took part in the team’s march to the Stanley Cup this past spring. Gagne has two 40-goal seasons to his credit. He notched 47 goals in 2005-06 and followed it up with 41 goals in 2006-07. During the 2007-08 season, Simon suffered a head injury which caused him to miss all but 25 games. He did return at full strength in 2008-09 and lit the lamp 34 times for Philadelphia. After leaving the Flyers, Simon helped lead his new team, the Tampa Bay Lightning to the Conference Finals where they fell to the eventual Cup champion Bruins in the 2011 playoffs. This 2-time NHL All Star did that one better with his newest team, the LA Kings, as he won the first Stanley Cup of his career in 2012. Gagne has also represented Team Canada in the World Cup, the World Championships and in 2 Olympics.

The game wear on this 1st set size 56 sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, un-repaired burn holes, inner pilling and a sizable L-shaped team-sewn repair beneath the back player numbers. Sewn to the inside hem is the official NHL game worn jersey tagging. This jersey will be accompanied by a Flyers team letter.