1960's Norm Ullman Detroit Red Wings Jersey
While donning this white "home" jersey, the smooth skating Hall of Fame centre played the best hockey of his career during the Sixties. Ullman finished top ten in scoring 1960-61 and '61-62 and then, he exploded in 1964-65, leading the NHL with 42 goals and finishing second to Stan Mikita of the Hawks in the Art Ross race. In 1966-67, the third of three consecutive seasons in which Norm finished top ten in regular season scoring, Ullman was again an All-Star. What a run! His lightly used gamer is sewn with the Red Wings' logo patch on front and his tackle twill number "7" on the reverse. Made by "Olympic", it has their manufacturer's tag in the collar along with a [size] "42" flag tag underneath, finally at the hem is additional tailor tagging from "The General". An exceptional game used garment from one of hockey's all-time, top tier stars.
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