1989-90 Edmonton Oilers # 22 Charlie Huddy
Game Worn Stanley Cup Championship Jersey with Original Patch
This home white CCM Air Knit jersey was worn by Edmonton Oilers defence man, Charlie Huddy. The wear on the jersey is tremendous with numerous team repairs, burns, marks and heavy pilling in the cuffs and interior. The original Stanley Cup Finals patch adorns the right chest. The original CCM Maska tag is sewn to the collar with a faded size "52" written in pen on the tag. Huddy was the defence partner of Paul Coffey. He played in all 22 games in the 1989-90 Stanley Cup playoffs registering 6 points. The original fight strap remains intact. The correct CCM logo is on the right side of the back hem. The jersey was originally purchased from Edmonton Oilers owner, Peter Pocklington by Mike Wexler and comes with full Oiler and Meigray documentation and Certification. These jerseys are very rare. This was only the second year that a patch was worn for the Stanley Cup Final combatants.