Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Grant Fuhr - Treasure Chest
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(Right) As a member of the Calgary Flames Fuhr wore this jersey to record his 400th NHL career win on October 22nd, 1999. Earlier that year, as member of the St. Louis Blues Fuhr wore this jersey (Left) throughout the 1999 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

(Left) Mask worn by Fuhr as a member of the Edmonton Oilers from 1983 to 1985. During his first year wearing the mask he collected a single-season record for most points by a goaltender with 14. (Right) A mask Fuhr wore as a member of the St. Louis Blues from 1995-1997.

Pads worn by Fuhr as a member of the Edmonton Oilers in 1988-89 and 1989-90. Following the 1990-91 season, Fuhr and Glen Anderson's tenure with the Oilers would come to an end as the pair was dealt to the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Pants worn by Fuhr as a member of the St. Louis Blues from 1995-1998. In the 1995-96 season Fuhr set a record at the time for most games played and most consecutive starts by a goaltender in a single season.

Upper-body padding worn by Fuhr from 1985 to 1991 as a member of the Edmonton Oilers and Toronto Maple Leafs. In 1988 Fuhr was awarded the Vezina Trophy and named as a 1st team All-Star.

(Left) The glove and blocker worn by Fuhr while playing minor hockey in his hometown of Spruce Grove, Alberta. (Right) The glove and blocker worn by Fuhr during his final NHL season in 1990-00 as a member of the Calgary Flames.

Fuhr used this stick during the 1982 NHL All-Star Game in Landover, Maryland. A member of the Campbell Conference All-Stars, Fuhr became the youngest player at the time to ever play in an NHL All-Star Game at the age of 19.