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Two of Ray Bourque's NHL All-Star game jerseys: his Eastern Conference jersey (left) worn at the 1996 All-Star Game in which he scored the game-winning goal with 38 seconds remaining in a 5-4 win victory. Bourque was named the game's MVP to the delight of the hometown Boston crowd; his Wales Conference All-Star Game jersey (right) worn during the 1991 NHL All-Star Game in Chicago, Illinois. The game marked the 5th time of Ray's career that he was named to the Wales Conference starting lineup.

Gloves worn by Ray Bourque of the Colorado Avalanche during the first half of his last season in the NHL in 2000-01. Bourque and the Avs went on to capture the Stanley Cup later that spring.

Skates worn by Bourque in the latter stages of the 1990s as a member of the Boston Bruins.

A key pair of NHL jerseys: Bourque's Boston Bruins jersey (left) worn during the 1991-92 NHL season. That season, which marked the 75th anniversary of the NHL, Bourque finished second on his team in scoring with 81 points, was a First Team All-Star and won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy; Ray's Colorado Avalanche jersey (right) worn for the second period of the 7th Game of the 2001 Stanley Cup Final versus the New Jersey Devils. The Avs went on to defeat the Devils and capture their second Stanley Cup, while Bourque captured his first in what turned out to be his last NHL game.

Three of Bourque's hockey cards: (from left to right): a 1980-81 O-Pee-Chee Record Breaker hockey card for most points by a rookie defenseman; a 1980-81 O-Pee-Chee rookie card; and a 1990-91 O-Pee-Chee Norris Trophy winner card.

Bourque, representing the NHL All-Stars, wore this jersey during the two game Rendez-Vous 87' series against the Soviet National Team. Each team won one game with Bourque scoring one goal.

On February 1, 1997, Ray Bourque of the Boston Bruins used this stick to record
point number 1,340 of his illustrious career, establishing himself as the Bruins'
all-time points leader. Ray's 1,340th career point surpassed the mark of
1,339 held by Johnny Bucyk since 1967.