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Daniel Cleary Detroit Red Wings Easton Game Worn Helmet - Team Letter
Lot #388

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Daniel Cleary Detroit Red Wings Easton Game Worn Helmet - Team Letter
Lot #388
This white hockey helmet by Easton was game worn by Daniel Cleary while playing for the Detroit Red Wings. The Chicago Blackhawks selected Cleary in the 1st round of the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. After playing only 41 games with the Hawks, Cleary was traded to the Edmonton Oilers for Boris Mironov. Daniel went on to play 4 years in Edmonton and 1 year in Phoenix before joining the Red Wings for the 2005-06 season, where he as been for the last 7 season. Cleary scored the game 7 tie-breaking goal for the Wings in the 2009 Western Conference Semi Finals against the Anaheim Ducks with only 3 minutes left in the game. He then went on to score 5 goals against his former team, the Blackhawks, to help the Wings to the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals.

This white Easton helmet has the player number “11” on the front and the back. The Red Wings name is on both sides while the Itech faceshield still resides on the front. This helmet will be accompanied by a Red Wings team letter.