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Kris Draper Detroit Red Wings Nike Game Worn Helmet - Team Letter
Lot #401

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Kris Draper Detroit Red Wings Nike Game Worn Helmet - Team Letter
Lot #401
This red hockey helmet by Nike was game worn by Kris Draper while playing for the Detroit Red Wings. Kris was selected in the 3rd round of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft by the Winnipeg Jets. After spending 3 seasons in Winnipeg, Draper moved onto Detroit where he played for his the last 17 years, becoming only the 5th player in Red Wings history to have played 1000 games wearing Detroit’s red & white colors. During that time Kris won 4 Stanley Cup titles, the 2003-04 Frank J. Selke award as the leagues top defensive forward and had represented team Canada in the World Cup of Hockey and the Olympics. Kris will forever be remembered as the man who took the vicious cheap shot from behind at the hands of the rival Colorado Avalanche’s winger Claude Lemieux during the 1996 playoffs. Draper suffered a broken jaw, nose and cheekbone in addition to a concussion in the incident that would spark a massive brawl when the two clubs met next the following season.

This red Nike hockey helmet has the player number “33” on back. The Red Wings name is on both sides. A red, white and blue ribbon sits on the back left opposite the NHL shield. The Red Wings hologram is attached inside. This helmet will be accompanied by a Red Wings team letter.

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