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Bob Carpenter Washington Capitals Koho Game Used Stick Autographed
Lot #601

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Bob Carpenter Washington Capitals Koho Game Used Stick Autographed
Lot #601

This Koho 2210 hockey stick was game used by 50 Goal scorer Bobby Carpenter while playing for the Washington Capitals. The Capitals selected Carpenter with the 3rd overall pick in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft. Carpenter burst onto the scene in Washington, netting 32 goals and 67 points as a rookie. Merely a few seasons later, Carpenter became the first US born player to score 50 Goals in a season, doing so in 1984-85 with the Caps, where he spent his first 6 years in the league. Bobby would next suit up for the Rangers for a partial season and the Kings for parts of 3 more before joining the Boston Bruins. Carpenter revived his career in Beantown and went to the Cup Finals in 1990. After 4 years with Boston, Carpenter returned to Washington for a season before joining the New Jersey Devils in 1993-94. Bobby’s leadership proved key to the Devils who lost a heartbreaking 7-game ECF Series in his first year in New Jersey. The Devils and Carpenter won the Stanley Cup the very next season, a first for both. Carpenter spent his final 6 NHL seasons in a New Jersey uniform. All told Bobby ended his career with 320 goals and 728 points, setting the standard for American born players to follow.



This Koho stick has the player number “10” written in black marker below the butt. The stick is fully taped on the butt. Bobby has autographed the side “To Dennis”. The stick is uncracked and in beautiful condition.