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Andy Moog Boston Bruins Game Worn Neck Guard - 1988-90 - Photo Match
Lot #378

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Andy Moog Boston Bruins Game Worn Neck Guard - 1988-90 - Photo Match
Lot #378
This black and grey colored Itech neck guard was worn by Andy Moog during the 1988-90 NHL seasons. The Edmonton Oilers selected Moog in the 7th round of the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. Moog made his NHL debut with Edmonton in 1980-81 and remained part of the dynasty club for 7 seasons during which time he won 3 Stanley Cups. He was traded to the Boston Bruins prior to the start of the 1987-88 season and went on to backstop his new club to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2 of the next 3 years, losing both times to his former teammates. Moog spent 6 years with the Bruisn before becoming a member of the Dallas Stars during their first season. Andy spent 4 seasons between the pipes in Dallas and wrapped up his 18-year NHL career with a final year in Montreal. When all was said and done Moog had amassed 372 Wins and made 6 trips to the Stanley Cup Finals, winning 3 rings. Moog was a 4-time NHL All Star, led the NHL in shutouts in 3 different seasons and was the recipient of the 1989-90 William M. Jennings Trophy.

This Itech neck guard shows solid use with sweat and apparent bloodstains. It was recently sourced from a West Coast Sports Museum whose owner acquired game worn items directly from the players or teams. This item originally accompanied the game worn photo matched Andy Moog mask that we sold in our Fall 2015 auction. Shown above is a beautiful photo match of Moog wearing this exact neck guard circa the 1998-90 seasons. This unique piece of goalie wear was worn by Moog during the height of his prowess as he and his Bruins marched to a pair of Stanley Cup Finals!