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Chicago Blackhawks Goalie Mini Hockey Helmet Display
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Two ends of the spectrum and from two different decades. The two goalies with retired jerseys that played for the Chicago Blackhawks were very different but their stats were very similar. Glenn Hall wore #1 and played in goal for the Blackhawks from 1957 to 1967. He earned three Vezina Trophies, two of them in Chicago and ended his career with 407 wins and 84 shutouts. Tony Esposito wore #35 from 1969 to 1984 and also won three Vezina Trophies, all in Chicago, and finished his career with 423 wins and 76 shutouts. Two different goalies from two different eras but with stats that are not far off from the other. Sports fans and collectors find goalie collectibles some of the most interesting items in the world of sports memorabilia. Mini hockey helmets are no exception. The funny thing about the Chicago goalies is that Glenn Hall never wore a mask as he played at a time when they were not common. If you have a mini helmet collectible keep it in our Chicago Blackhawks Horizontal View Mini Hockey Helmet Display.
- Has space to hold a single mini hockey helmet (not included)
- Display holds helmet in a horizontal view
- Comes with a FREE nameplate
- Includes an engraved Chicago Blackhawks logo
Inside dimensions are: 8" Width, 5" Depth, 6" Height.
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