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Don Luce Buffalo Sabres Louisville Game Used Stick
Lot #613

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Don Luce Buffalo Sabres Louisville Game Used Stick
Lot #613

This Louisville hockey stick was game used by Don Luce while playing with the Buffalo Sabres. The New York Rangers selected Luce in the 3rd round of the 1966 NHL Amateur Draft. Luce spent his first couple of NHL seasons with the Rangers and Red Wings before joining the Buffalo Sabres in 1971-72, where he cemented his legacy. Luce spent 10 seasons wearing the blue and gold. During that time he became a 30-goal scorer and centered one of hockey’s toughest lines to play against, with Craig Ramsey and Danny Gare on his wings. At the trading deadline in 1981, the Sabres dealt Luce to the LA Kings. Luce spent his final season as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs before retiring in 1982. Luce was the 1974-75 winner of the Bill Masterton Trophy and played in the 1975 NHL All Star Game. Don was considered one of the games top two-way centers of the 1970’s and was consistently among the NHL’s top 10 in shorthanded goals throughout his career.



This Louisville stick has the player name “Luce” on both sides. The player number “20” is written in black marker at the top near the butt and bottom towards the blade. The stick is fully taped on the butt. The blade tape has been removed. It is uncracked and in beautiful condition.