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Brett Hull wants you to own a piece of hockey history

When you play over 1200 games in the NHL spanning over nearly 20 seasons, win two Stanley Cups, and make a living scoring goals, you’re bound to pick up a few souvenirs along the way. Thanks to one of the most iconic goal-scorers in hockey history, now you can own a little piece of hockey history.
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When you play over 1200 games in the NHL spanning over nearly 20 seasons, win two Stanley Cups, and make a living scoring goals, you’re bound to pick up a few souvenirs along the way. Thanks to one of the most iconic goal-scorers in hockey history, now you can own a little piece of hockey history.

Brett Hull, he of over 700 NHL tallies and nearly 1400 points, has teamed up with

Classic Auctions to put up for bidding a selection of incredible hockey memorabilia ranging from game-worn jerseys to trophies presented to Hull during his illustrious career. And for the next six days, hockey fans, collectors, and all interested parties can place bids on pieces from the incredible assortment of hockey mementos. Of the 88 pieces up for auction, some of the most astounding include Hull’s trophies for reaching the 400- and 500-goal plateaus, including the silver stick he was given upon reaching the half-millennium mark.

The memorabilia, however, is not just from the career of The Golden Brett. Among the items are autographed sticks from players such as Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux, game-worn threads from Chris Chelios and Adam Oates, and even a jersey from the Winnipeg Jets inaugural season worn by his father, Bobby Hull.

Currently with bids of over $10,000, the iconic World Hockey Association sweater is the most sought after item. There’s a smattering of other Golden Jet items, including the (fittingly golden) puck from the elder Hull’s 600th NHL goal. Even if you’re not a fan of Hull’s, there’s certainly a piece of merchandise listed that will catch your eye. There’s artwork, toys, skates, and even a skateboard. If you’ve got the cash, you can taken any of them home with you. Sadly, Sabres fans, the controversial Stanley Cup game-winning puck isn’t included in the collection. While you may not be able to blow it up

a la the MLB's Chicago Cubs "Steve Bartman" baseball, if you’ve got the dough,

Hull’s jersey from that fateful Stanley Cup Final is part of the list. Maybe that can work some magic.

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