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Many critics believed Guy Charron was simply not big enough to play hockey in the NHL, which could explain why he was never drafted. But, like many other small forwards, Charron was determined to make it. He did. Playing 13 seasons in the NHL with four different teams: the Canadiens, Red Wings, Scouts, and Capitals. During his third stop, Charron wore this home, white jersey manufactured by Wilson with their size 46 tag in the collar. Beautiful chain-stitched crest on a circular twill backdrop. Light sweat stains on the crest and lower front in the white body portion. Light staining on the left and right front bottom hem stripe. “75 76” year tag sewn inside the back hem. Light sweat staining at the cuffs on both sleeves. Charron’s name sewn directly to the back above the numbers in blue. Puckering to the back numbers with the stitching of the Gunzo’s tag remaining below the Wilson tag in the collar.
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