The jersey and mask worn by Hockey Hall of Famer Ed Belfour in the clinching game of the 1999 Stanley Cup Finals sold for more than $91,000 at Classic Auctions early Wednesday.
The items came from Belfour’s personal collection. Each was matched to either photos or video.
The mask, with a replacement cage, was worn in Dallas’ 2-1 win in Game 6 against Buffalo and in other games as well. It netted $62,893 after attracting 24 bids.
The jersey sold for $30,768.
Items from the collection of long ago legend Frank Finnigan also sold in the auction, including his 1934 Ace Bailey Benefit Game “NHL All-Stars” game-worn wool jersey that realized $48,871. The contest is considered the first NHL All-Star Game.
Finnigan’s Ottawa Senators game-worn wool jersey with LOA attributed to 1926-27 Stanley Cup championship season sold for $22,79 while his 1931-32 Toronto Maple Leafs wool cardigan was purchased for $19,956.
Other game-worn items sold included Joe Sakic’s 1992-93 Quebec Nordiques signed game worn captain’s jersey with the NHL Centennial Patch ($19,102) and a pair of Wayne Gretzky’s autographed early 1980s Daoust game-used skates ($17,762).
Among the trading cards in the auction was a 1951-52 Parkhurst Maurice Richard rookie graded PSA 8 ($21,494), a 1911-12 Imperial Tobacco C55 set with 19 PSA-graded cards ($18,368) and a group of 71 Police Gazette Baseball Supplements and pictures from 1903-1921 including Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner and Christy Mathewson ($13,045).
In all, the auction generated over $1.27 million in sales.
Complete results can be found here.