1965-67 Glenn Hall Chicago Blackhawks sweater and pants. White dureen goalie sweater with black and red striping features embroidered Blackhawks logo on chest and tomahawk logos on both sleeves. Player number 1 is stitched on the back.
Tagging in collar reads, "Gunzo's Sports Center Inc. Berwyn, Ill." with adjacent flag tag noting size "50". A faded wash tag appears stitched on the inside back tail. Sweater shows extensive use including multiple small scattered puncture holes and staining.
Accompanying the sweater is a pair of matching black canvas pants. Fully padded pants feature "Winn Well" manufacturer's tagging on the interior noting number "HU" and size "38". Pants show solid usage wear including staining and some minor rusting on the strap buttons.
Hall of Famer Glenn Hall, the man nicknamed "Mr. Goalie", has to be considered a prime candidate as one of the greatest goalies that ever played. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn Hall posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts.
He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career,
Glenn Hall won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961