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Fans can bid on Ferguson's Stanley Cup trophies, Summit Series memorabilia

DELSON, Que. - Hockey collectors are being given the chance to take home memorabilia belonging to the estate of longtime NHL player, coach and executive John Ferguson.

Memorabilia auction website Classic Auctions announced Thursday it is offering up several Ferguson items as part of "A Century of Memories", a series of auctions featuring artifacts that were used, owned or worn by NHL players.

The Ferguson lot includes a pair of silver-plated Stanley Cup mini-trophies won in 1965 and 1968, while he was with the Montreal Canadiens. Also up for bid is Ferguson's 1979 Avco World Trophy, as well as original memorabilia from the 1972 Summit Series.

Ferguson, who captured five Stanley Cups with Montreal during his eight-year NHL playing career, died in 2007.


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