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Rob Ramage St. Louis Blues White Sher-Wood Game Used Stick
Lot #518

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Rob Ramage St. Louis Blues White Sher-Wood Game Used Stick
Lot #518
This white Sher-Wood PMP 7000 hockey stick was game used by Rob Ramage while playing for the St. Louis Blues. The Colorado Rockies made Ramage the 1st overall selection in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft. After spending a year in the WHA, Rob made his NHL debut with the Rockies in 1979-80. He spent 3 seasons with Colorado before moving to St. Louis where he spent the next 6 years. Ramage next joined the Flames where, in his 1st full season in Calgary, he won the Stanley Cup. Over the next 5 years Ramage played in Toronto, Minnesota, Tampa, Montreal and Philadelphia. He captured his 2nd Stanley Cup with the Canadiens in 1993. Ramage was a 1st Team WHA All Star in 1979. He played in 4 NHL All Star games over the course of his 15-year NHL career. In 1044 games played Ramage scored 564 points and accumulated 2224 PIMS.

In December of 2003, Ramage was driving former Blackhawks defenseman Keith Magnuson to an NHLPA Alumni meeting. Their car swerved into oncoming traffic and collided with another vehicle, killing Magnuson and injuring the driver of the other vehicle. Ramage was charged with impaired driving and dangerous driving causing death. Ramage pleaded not guilty but, in October of 2007, he was found guilty on all counts. In January, 2008 Ramage was sentenced to 4 years in prison. He began his sentence in July of 2010 and was paroled in May 2011.

This white Sher-Wood hockey stick has the player name and number “Ramage R. 5” stamped on the side. The stick is fully taped on the butt and blade. It is uncracked and in beautiful condition.