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Bob Wren Game-Used Signed Hockey Stick – COA
Bob Wren is a retired professional ice hockey center, most notably for the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks of the AHL. He was drafted 94th overall by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. He played five games in the NHL for the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and one game for the Tornoto Maple Leafs, as well as extensively in German and Austrian leagues.
Presented is a Bob Wren #9 game used professional hockey stick. “WREN” is in block letters on the shaft. Bob played for the Cincinnati Mighty Ducks and the parent team Anaheim Mighty Ducks) in 1997-98, he went back to the Cincinnati team from 1998-2000; he played for the parent team Anaheim in 2000-2001. The stick is a Sher-Wood PMPX 9950 Iron Carbon. It shows extensive use throughout with a taped upper shaft and blade. Wren autographed it in black felt tip for added measure (“8”).
Authentication: 100% Authentic Team