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Martin Broduer Game-Used Hockey Stick

Martin Brodeur has been the most consistent goalie in the NHL for the past 15 years. He has posted over 30 wins in all but 2 years of his career. He has won 3 Stanley Cups and 4 Vezina Trophies for the best goalie in the league. Brodeur used this stick during the 2001-02 campaign. The stick is manufactured by CCM and is graphite reinforced. The stick has been stamped “M. Brodeur, 17 Sep 2001” verifying the stick belonged to him. The blade of the stick is heavily taped and shows tremendous use, with tape along the bottom worn completely through. The stick shows many puck and stick marks throughout the shaft. The end of the stick is lightly taped giving Brodeur a better grip. This stick was used by Brodeur, who could go down as the best goalie in the history of the NHL.

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