Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Terry Sawchuk - Treasure Chest
The Vezina Trophy plaque awarded to Toronto Maple Leaf netminder Terry Sawchuk for his stellar 1964-65 season.
Sawchuk's famed mask worn during his 21-year NHL career.
Two of Sawchuk's sweaters: (left) his Detroit Red Wings sweater worn during his second stint with the team in the 1960s, and a New York Rangers sweater he wore during his final NHL campaign in 1969-70.
Two trappers worn by Terry Sawchuk: he used the top one while tending net for the 1956-57 Boston Bruins, and the bottom one was worn during the 1960s.
Three keepsake sticks from Terry Sawchuk's glorious career: (from top to bottom) the stick he used to record his 100th career NHL shutout on March 4, 1967; his 1953-54 stick which was also signed by his Red Wings Stanley Cup champion teammates; and a stick from his final season with Detroit in 1963-64.
Terry Sawchuk's game-weathered shoulder and arm pad.
(from left to right) A Terry Sawchuk 1970-71 O-Pee-Chee tribute hockey card and his 1953-54 Parkhurst card.