Gump Worsley Signed Puck-Montreal Canadiens Hockey

This Gump Worsley Signed Puck-Montreal Canadiens Hockey has been personally autographed by Mr. Worsley.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from A J Sportsworld.

Learn More about Gump Worsley:

Lorne John Worsley, better known as Gump Worsley was a goaltender in the NHL who played 21 seasons. Worsley played in the minor leagues for 4 years and didn’t enter the NHL until he was 24 years old. He won the Calder Memorial trophy and was the Rookie of the Year, in 1952, when he joined the NHL and played for the New York Rangers.  In 1954 he was traded to the Vancouver Canucks of the WHL where he won Most Valuable Player.  In 1954, he returned to the New York Rangers as a starting goaltender beating out future star Johnny Bower for the top spot.  Gump Worsley spent nine seasons with the New York Rangers before being traded to the Montreal Canadiens in 1963.

Gump Worsley’s best years were spent with the Montreal Canadiens where he was a part of four Stanley Cup winning teams in 1965, 1966, 1968 and 1969.  In 1968, Worsley went undefeated in the playoffs with 11 straight wins.  Worsley retired in the middle of 1969-1970 due to the team’s travel schedule and his fear of flying.

Worsley was coaxed out of retirement by the Minnesota North Stars due to their less demanding travel schedule and their sweetened deal of a $500 bonus per win, and $250 per tie and $100 per shutout.  Worsley spent four more years in the NHL before retiring at age 44.  He was one of the last players to adopt the hockey mask.  Upon his retirement, Gump Worsley was third among all NHL goaltenders in games played.  He retired with a record of 335 wins, 352 losses, and 150 ties, with 43 shutouts, and goals against average of 2.91.  Gump Worsley was added to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1980.  Sadly, Gump Worsley passed away from a heart attack in 2007.

Own a piece of hockey history with a Gump Worsley Montreal Canadiens Autographed Hockey Puck!