Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Bernie Federko - Treasure Chest
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(left) Detroit Red Wings jersey worn during the 1989-90 NHL regular season by Federko during his one and only season in the "Motor City". (centre) Jersey worn by Federko during the 1985-86 NHL season. He would lead the team in both assists (68) and points (102) while leading the Blues to the Norris Division championship and within one game of the Stanley Cup Final. (right) Campbell Conference All-Star jersey worn by Federko during the 1980 NHL All-Star Game held at the Joe Louis Arena in Detroit, Michigan

Puck used by Federko to score his first WCHL goal as a member of the Saskatoon Blades on October 9, 1973 against the Swift Current Broncos.

Helmet worn by Ferderko during his final of 13 seasons as a member of the St. Louis Blues in 1988-89.

During his first professional season in 1976-77, Bernie Federko used this hockey bag while splitting his time between the St. Louis Blues and the CHL's Kansas City Blues. Federko captured the Ken MacKenzie Trophy as the CHL's Rookie-of-the-Year and was named to the second All-Star Team.

Stick used by Federko to become the 22nd player in NHL history to record
1,000 points on March 19, 1988 versus the Hartford Whalers.

1997 presentation package from the St. Louis Blues hockey club to the Hockey Hall of Fame selection committee supporting the selection of Bernie Federko for inclusion into the
Hockey Hall of Fame.

Letter from Hockey Hall of Fame Curator, Lefty Reid to Bernie Federko acknowledging receipt of the stick he used to achieve his 104th point during the 1980-81 NHL season.