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This iconic yellow, home jersey comes from two-time All-Star and consummate professional Rick Kehoe of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Though Kehoe came up through the Maple Leafs organization, he was traded to the Penguins in 1974 and retired in 1985 as their career scoring leader. Coupled with his offensive prowess, Kehoe earned a sterling reputation on the ice as a sportsman, and won the Lady Byng Trophy for his gentlemanly exploits during the 1980-81 season. Amazingly, during his entire 14-year career he spent only 120 minutes in the penalty box. This game-worn jersey of Kehoe's sports the Penguins logo on the front, with the number "17" on both shoulders and back. All applications are heat pressed on of this old-style jersey with a tie-together fight strap inside. A CCM tag appears in the collar with "48" denoted as its size. It has experienced moderate use, with some scattered stick marks, pulls, and scuffs.
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