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Old 05-09-2017, 10:50 AM
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Duluth Eskimo is definitely right about the appraisal. More of the type of item you'd sell at a show. Ran into a guy in Westchester at a show recently trying his best to sell a Felix Potvin signed goalie stick. Sticks are difficult to sell online. If this stick belonged to say a Mike Bossy, Denis Potvin, or Bryan Trottier even, the estimate would be more. To the right buyer though you never know. It's a great item for a hockey collector, which I am, but being a lifelong NY Rangers fan, my conscience wouldn't let me even make an offer. Best of luck


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Old 06-21-2017, 04:14 PM
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I am a big Islander fan and have many autographed sticks from the 4 in a row Stanley Cup years. All of the signatures on that stick are absolutely authentic. Back then that entire team was so accommodating and would sign at practice all the time. I can verify all of the following player signatures on that stick:

Mike Bossy
Bob Nystrom
Gord Lane
Lorne Henning
Clarke Gillies
Steve Tambellini
Gary Howatt
Duane Sutter
Wayne Merrick
John Tonelli
Denis Potvin
Ken Morrow
Dave Langvin (twice - once in pen once in marker)

Can't make out the smudged one, un sure about two others.

Great item for an Islander fan - but it would be hard to sell for any real coin unless you found the right collector.
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