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Bobby Orr Autographed Boston Bruins CCM Retro Black Jersey (GNR COA)

Bobby Orr Autographed Boston Bruins CCM Retro Black Jersey (GNR COA)
  • Bobby Orr Autographed Boston Bruins CCM Retro Black Jersey (GNR COA)
  • Bobby Orr Autographed Boston Bruins CCM Retro Black Jersey (GNR COA)
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  • Bobby Orr Autographed Boston Bruins CCM Retro Black Jersey (GNR COA)

    This beautiful Bobby Orr autographed Boston Bruins CCM Retro black jersey comes with a GNR certificate of authenticity.

    First and only defenseman to score nine hat tricks
    First defenseman to score 30 goals (1969-70) and 40 goals (1974-75) in a season.
    First player to record 100 assists in a season (1970-71)
    Only defenseman to lead the league in scoring (1969-70, 1974-75)
    Only player ever to win the Norris Trophy, Art Ross Trophy, Hart Trophy, and Conn Smythe Trophy in one season (1969-70)
    Second all-time in career plus-minus rating (+597) (retired as the overall leader; never finished a full season less than +30 since +/- became a statistic beginning with the 1968-69 season)
    Fifth in league history in career point-per-game average, all-time, (1.393) (highest among defensemen, minimum 500 career points)
    Fifty-ninth overall in league history in career assists and 90th in career points
    Awards
    OHA First All-Star Team - 1964, 1965, 1966
    Awarded the Calder Memorial Trophy (rookie of the year) in 1967, the youngest ever to win the award, and the youngest ever to win a major NHL award up to that time
    Named to the Second All-Star Team in 1966-67 (his only full season when he did not make the First Team, as a rookie)
    Named to the NHL First All-Star Team eight times consecutively (1968-1975)
    Awarded the James Norris Trophy eight times (from 1968 to 1975, his last full season)
    Played in the NHL All-Star Game eight times (from 1968 to 1975)
    Won the Art Ross Trophy in 1969-70 and 1974-75
    NHL Plus/Minus leader in 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974 and 1975, the most in history
    Awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy three times consecutively (1970-1972)
    Awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1970 and 1972, the first two-time winner of the playoff MVP award
    Stanley Cup winner in 1970 and 1972
    Won Lou Marsh Trophy as Canadian athlete of the year in 1970
    NHL All-Star Game MVP in 1972
    Received Sports Illustrated magazine's "Sportsman of the Year" award in 1970
    Voted the greatest athlete in Boston history in the Boston Globe newspaper's poll of New Englanders in 1975, beating out baseball and basketball stars such as Ted Williams, Bill Russell, Carl Yastrzemski and Bob Cousy
    Awarded the Lester B. Pearson Award in 1975
    Named the Canada Cup Tournament MVP in 1976
    Awarded the Lester Patrick Trophy in 1979
    Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979, with the mandatory three-year waiting period waived, making him the youngest inductee at 31 years of age

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    • UPC/Barcode: 35001001760
    • Release Date: Not Announced
 

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