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Craig Simpson Edmonton Oilers White Victoriaville Game Used Stick Autographed Stanley Cup Season
Lot #466

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Craig Simpson Edmonton Oilers White Victoriaville Game Used Stick Autographed Stanley Cup Season
Lot #466
This Craig Simpson hockey stick was acquired with the complete team set from every player on the 1990 Stanley Cup Champion Edmonton Oilers. Our consignor received these sticks personally after a game during that cup-winning season.

This white Victoriaville Ultra Vic 4050 hockey stick was game used by Craig Simpson while playing for the Edmonton Oilers during the 1989-90 Stanley Cup winning season. The Pittsburgh Penguins selected Simpson with the 2nd overall pick in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft. After playing college hockey at Michigan State University for a couple of years, Simpson joined the Penguins in 1985-86 and spent parts of 3 seasons with the club before a deal sent him to the Edmonton Oilers in 1987-88. Simpson had a breakout season in his first year with the Oilers, netting 43 goals in 59 games, thus giving him a total of 56 for the year. He went on to play in 19 playoff contests that spring, scoring 13 goals and 19 points and captured his first of 2 Stanley Cups. After 6 seasons in Edmonton, Craig joined the Buffalo Sabres where he completed his career after 2 partial seasons due to chronic back problems at the all too young 28 years of age.

This white Victoriaville hockey stick has the player number and name “18 - Simpson” stamped on the side. The stick is fully taped on the butt and blade. Craig has autographed the blade. The stick is uncracked and in beautiful condition.