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2008-09 Chris Pronger Anaheim Ducks Game Worn Jersey
Lot #89

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2008-09 Chris Pronger Anaheim Ducks Game Worn Jersey
Lot #89
This home black air-knit gamer by Reebok was worn by Chris Pronger during the 2008-09 NHL season. Pronger’s Hall of Fame career began in 1993 when Hartford made him the 2nd overall selection in the NHL Entry Draft. Chris spent 2 seasons on the Whalers blueline before a blockbuster deal sent him to St. Louis in exchange for Brendan Shanahan. Chris spent 9 seasons honing his craft in St. Louis before joining Edmonton for a year. He next spent 3 seasons with Anaheim and most recently was found delivering bone crunching hits for the Philadelphia Flyers before retiring due to concussion.

Pronger’s additions to Edmonton, Anaheim and Philadelphia all saw his teams make it to the Stanley Cup Finals in his first year of service in his new digs, quite a statement. It would then come as no surprise that Pronger has won the Norris Trophy as the NHL’s best defenseman, the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player along with a couple of plus/minus awards and the ultimate trophy, the Stanley Cup. Chris is a 4-time 1st or 2nd Team NHL All Star and played in a handful of NHL All Star games. No stranger to the international stage, Pronger represented Team Canada in 4 different Olympics!

Proudly sewn to the left breast of this gamer is the alternate Captain’s “A”. The game wear on this 2nd set size 58+ sweater is solid and consists of stick marks, board burns, un-repaired burn holes, inner pilling and several team-sewn repairs. Sewn to the inside hem is the official Anaheim Ducks game worn jersey and set tagging. A superb offering, complete with letter of honor that was worn by this soon to be Hall of Fame defenseman during his last year with the Ducks.