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Lot 1967: 1974-75 Michel Plasse Kansas City Scouts Game Worn Jersey
UPDATE: 1974-75 Michel Plasse Game Jersey
Playing for an expansion team can be rough. Just ask Michel Plasse's game worn jersey. This one got its battle scars while Plasse was goal-keeping for a team that did not play much defense. Crease muck of all manner -- including blood on the right shirt front, blue-line smudges, holes, and a large streak next to the Scouts fab logo -- are all over the Wilson 48. Both the Wilson and Gunzo's manufacturing tag (with the cute little goalie gloving a shot) are stitched into the collar. Both the Scouts decal and his number 35 on the back replaced a previous design, as indicated by stitch outline. Red, blue and yellow stripe scheme was one of the NHL's sharpest. The Scouts needed to make a fashion statement as long as they weren't making a statement on the ice.
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