The second auction of items from the Gordie Howe estate is underway.
NHL Auctions and hockey memorabilia seller Frozen Pond are hosting the auction of items that have been in the possession of the Howe family since the Hall of Famer’s death in 2016. The first auction took place last spring.
Proceeds from the auctions will benefit The Howe Foundation.
Among the items up for grabs: Howe’s old Detroit Red Wings equipment trunk, an autographed toiletry bag that was a gift to players participating in the 1964 NHL All-Star Game, an autographed photo of Howe and Muhammad Ali and an Eric Lindros game-used stick given to Howe.
Other pieces include signed NHL game and event passes used by the late Hockey Hall of Famer in the decades after his career ended, his old golf clubs, original paintings, framed photos from his house, autographed pucks, and other items. Wa
There are also several autographs from Wayne Gretzky, Arnold Palmer, Bobby Hull, George Brett and other former greats.
The auction closes on February 27 and can be found on the NHL.com website, or at frozenpond.com.