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Pavol Demitra Minnesota Wild B&W Bauer Game Used Stick - Autographed - Kids Names - Deceased
Lot #383

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Pavol Demitra Minnesota Wild B&W Bauer Game Used Stick - Autographed - Kids Names - Deceased
Lot #383
This black and white Bauer ONEGO hockey stick was game used by Pavol Demitra while playing for the Minnesota Wild. Demitra was drafted by the Ottawa Senators in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. He played parts of 3 seasons with the Senators before a trade in November of 1996 brought him to St. Louis. Demitra played 8 seasons with the Blues scoring 20+ goals each season with 3 of them being 30+ goal seasons. After the 2004 strike season, Pavol played 1 season with the Kings, 2 with the Wild and a final 2 seasons with the Canucks. He was still a consistent NHL scorer up to his final year in Vancouver. Demitra ended his career with over 300 goals and over 750 points. Pavol played in 3 NHL All Star games and was the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy winner in 2000. He was an All Star selection in the 2010 Olympics (the only non-North American selection) while leading the entire tournament in scoring with 10 points.

After the NHL, Pavol went to Russia to play in the KHL. Pavol tragically lost his life on September 7th 2011 in a plane crash that killed 43 people including all of Yaroslavl Lokomotiv’s players and coaching staff.

This black and white Bauer hockey stick has the player name “Demitra” stamped on the side. The stick is fully taped on the butt and blade. Pavol has autographed the heel. Pavol also personally added the names of his kids “Lucas, Zara and Tobias (his twin infant son who died in 2005) in black marker. This can be seen, although in a different spot, on the second action photo of Pavol above. The stick is uncracked and in beautiful condition.