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NHL Official's sweater worn by linesman Matt Pavelich during the 1970's
NHL Official's sweater worn by linesman Matt Pavelich during the 1970's. Pavelich officiated for 31 years
and finished 2nd all-time with 1,727 games. He became the first linesman inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Form filled out by Matt Pavelich to receive a signet ring in recognition of his Induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1987
Upon being named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1987, Matt Pavelich filled out this form opting to receive a signet ring in recognition of his Induction.
Press release sent out by the National Hockey League on March 20, 1987 announcing that former linesman Matt Pavelich would become the first linesman in hockey history to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
On March 20, 1987 this press release was sent out the National Hockey League announcing that former linesman Matt Pavelich would become the first linesman in hockey history to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
On March 23, 1987 Scotty Morrison sent this memorandum out to all officiating staff in the National Hockey League acknowledging that former linesman Matt Pavelich had been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Memorandum sent to all officiating staff in the National Hockey League by Scotty Morrison on March 23, 1987 acknowledging that former linesman Matt Pavelich had been elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Memorandum sent by Scotty Morrison to Lefty Reid of the Hockey Hall of Fame on January 28, 1987 along with an enclosed letter from Frank Udvari in which he nominated Matt Pavelich for induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the on-ice officials category.
On January 28, 1987 Scotty Morrison sent this memorandum to Lefty Reid of the Hockey Hall of Fame along with an enclosed letter from Frank Udvari in which he had nominated Matt Pavelich for induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame in the on-ice officials category.