Vic Hadfield 1972 Game Issued Vintage Hockey Stick

Vic Hadfield 1972 Game Issued Vintage Hockey Stick

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This official Sher-Wood vintage hockey stick was game issued for left winger Vic Hadfield, and travelled with the team during the Canada/Russia Summit Series in 1972. This collectible comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity, and Tamper-Proof Hologram from Heritage...
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This official Sher-Wood vintage hockey stick was game issued for left winger Vic Hadfield, and travelled with the team during the Canada/Russia Summit Series in 1972. This collectible comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity, and Tamper-Proof Hologram from Heritage Hockey.

By the 1963–64 season, Vic Hadfield had secured a place in the Rangers' lineup as an enforcer. He joined teammates Jean Ratelle and Rod Gilbert to form the famous GAG line (which stood for "goal a game"). From the 1967–68 season on Hadfield always scored at least 20 goals in any full season. Hadfield's best season was 1971–72. Named the team's captain after the trade of longtime captain Bob Nevin, he became the first Ranger - and only the sixth NHL player - to score 50 goals in a season, nearly doubling his previous best marks; with his linemates Ratelle and Gilbert, the GAG Line totalled 139 goals and 325 points en route to the Stanley Cup Finals.