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2009-10 Jonathan Toews Chicago Blackhawks Media Tour Worn Jersey Hockey Fights Cancer Letter
Lot #229

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2009-10 Jonathan Toews Chicago Blackhawks Media Tour Worn Jersey Hockey Fights Cancer Letter
Lot #229
This red air-knit Captain’s jersey by Reebok was worn by Jonathan Toews while promoting the 2009-10 NHL season in New York City in September 2009. The Chicago Blackhawks selected Toews with the 3rd overall pick in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. After playing two seasons of college hockey for the Fighting Sioux at the University of North Dakota, Toews began his NHL career with the Hawks in 2007-08. Now in his 10th season, the Captain of the Hawks has already hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup on three occasions. Toews was the Conn Smythe Trophy winner as playoff MVP in Chicago’s first Cup run in 2010. In 2012-13, Toews won the Frank J. Selke Trophy as the NHL’s best defensive forward and was named 2nd Team NHL All Star. He has also twice finished runner up for the Selke. He captured the 2014-15 Mark Messier NHL Leadership Award. Jonathan has played in several NHL All Star games and was also named the Best Forward in the 2010 Olympics en route to Team Canada’s Gold Medal. Toews earned himself yet another Gold Medal at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi as he helped Team Canada retain their best in world status.


Sewn to the left breast of this jersey is the Captain’s “C”. This jersey was beautifully autographed by Toews in black sharpie on the back player number. Sewn to the inside hem is the official NHL jersey tagging. This sweater was sold to benefit Hockey Fights Cancer on behalf of the NHL and the NHLPA and will be accompanied by a Hockey Fights Cancer letter.