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Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Sher-Wood Game Used Stick
Lot #480

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Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Sher-Wood Game Used Stick
Lot #480
This Sher-Wood 950 SOP goalie stick was game used by Ron Hextall while playing for the Philadelhia Flyers. The Philadelphia Flyers selected Hextall in round 6 of the 1982 NHL Entry Draft. After 3 years with the Brandon Wheat Kings, Hextall spent a partial season with the Kalamazoo Wings of the IHL before joining the Flyers AHL affiliate in Hershey. Ron remained with the Bears for 2 years before cracking the Flyers roster in a big way in 1986-87. As a rookie, Hextall won the Vezina Trophy as the leagues top netminder and also captured the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the playoffs. Hextall won 37 games as a rookie and then led his Flyers to the Stanley Cup Finals where they fell in game 7 to the Edmonton Oilers dynasty. Hextall’s playoff performance was spectacular, winning 15 games, 2 by shutout and posting a 2.77 GAA. He remained a staple with the Flyers for 11 of the next 13 years, playing a season each in Quebec and New York. In 1996-97, a decade after his first trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, Hextall again led his team there only to fall to the mighty Detroit Red Wings. Hextall was a 1st Team All Star in 1987, played in the 1988 NHL All Star game and was the first goaltender to ever score a goal by shooting the puck into the opposition’s net, doing so both in the regular season and playoffs.

This Sher-Wood goalie stick has the player name and number “Hextall 27” stamped on the side. The stick is fully taped on the butt and blade. It is uncracked and in beautiful condition.