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Steve Larmer New York Rangers Sher-Wood Game Used Stick
Lot #446

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Steve Larmer New York Rangers Sher-Wood Game Used Stick
Lot #446
This Sher-Wood PMP 5030 hockey stick was game used by Steve Larmer while playing for the New York Rangers. The Chicago Blackhawks drafted Larmer in the 6th round of the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. After brief call-ups in 1980-81 and 1981-82, Larmer earned a full-time gig in Chicago beginning in 1982-83. As a rookie he would earn All-Rookie Team Honors and capture the Calder Trophy as the NHL’s rookie of the year, thanks to a 43-goal and 90-point effort while going an impressive +44. Larmer spent 13 years wearing the Chief Indian Head crest and admirably representing the city of Chicago during which time he netted 40 or more goals 5 different times. His final 2 years in the NHL were spent with the New York Rangers where, in 1993-94, he won his only Stanley Cup. This Iron Man appeared in 1006 career games. Larmer lit the lamp 441 times, added 571 assists and ended his distinguished career with 1012 points. Steve played in 2 NHL All Star games and was also busy on the international stage where he helped Team Canada win the 1991 Canada Cup, as he potted 6-goals and 11-points in 8 thrilling games of action, and also helped Team Canada to a Silver Medal in the 1991 World Championships.

This Sher-Wood hockey stick has the player name and number “Larmer 28” stamped on the side. The stick is fully taped on the butt and blade. It is uncracked and in beautiful condition.