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RAY WHITNEY’S SCUFFED AND CUT SOCKS
At 5’10”, Ray Whitney had to cut his socks down to size. In the late 1990s, socks came in one size only and tended to be too long for anyone shorter than 6’2″. Note the frayed edges at the top as well ...
SCOTT MELLANBY’S BATTERED HELMET, 1995-1996
Players tend carefully to their helmets, often modifying them to fit their heads better (or simply make them last longer). Scott Mellanby wore this helmet in multiple games throughout the magical “Yea ...
TOM FITZGERALD MODIFIED SOCKS, 1995-1996
Tom Fitzgerald wore these socks during the spectacular 1995-1996 season. If you look closely at the upper left corner, you can see where a trainer darned these socks, hoping to get more use out of the ...
RANDY MOLLER’S BEAT-UP SKATES, 1994-1995
Your very own favorite on-air talent, Randy Moller, wore these skates while he was playing for the Panthers in his final NHL season. The cross-hatch stitching on the sides was an equipment manager’s m ...
VIKTOR KOZLOV’S MODIFIED SKATES, 1997-1998
Viktor Kozlov’s skates from his first season with the Panthers (1997-1998) show signs of game use and TLC. They’re scuffed and frayed and an equipment manager added stitching to the sides. In the 1990 ...