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Seldom-seen style worn by the “Thinking Man’s Goalie” Ken Dryden during the mid-Seventies. Heavy red dureen knit displays the historic Habs logo on the chest with “29” on the sleeves and back. “Dryden” crosses the back above the numbers in individually-applied letters. This red NOB set was used occasionally over a two-year period from 1974-76 for televised games played in the Unites States according to team trainer Ed Palchak. White v-neck style tagged by Wilson in size 48 (although it appears to be much larger). The jersey displays very light game use with a couple of faint marks and is in incredible condition. It does show evidence of washings as the Montreal Canadiens equipment staff were known to give their uniforms thorough and regular cleanings. Examples of this style from a number of players including Guy Lafleur have surfaced in the hobby. Letter of Authenticity includes quote on usage from Ed Palchak.
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