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  • Gordie Howe's stick, skates auctioning for $7,320
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    Paul Fraser
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Gordie Howe's stick, skates auctioning for $7,320

Gordie Howe's game-used hockey stick and skates are currently selling for $7,320 in a single lot as part of Lelands' online auction.

Bidding ends on January 10 for the CCM skates and Northland stick, which "Mr Hockey" employed to good effect in the 1940s.

Howe, who played in the NHL in five decades from the 1940s to 1980s, suited up in a record 1,767 games and won four Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings.

The skates bear his famous number 9, while the stick has no curve, a feature that today's stars would have difficulty in overcoming.

The auction also features Christian Laettner's Duke basketball jersey from his team's famous win over the Kentucky Wildcats in 1992.

View our sports autographs for sale.


  • Post author
    Paul Fraser
  • GordieHowe'sskatesstick