Boston Bruins game used jersey from Pete Mcnab. These Champion Jerseys were first used by the Bruins during the 1976 Playoffs and then for the 1976-77 regular season while being switched out with Wilson during that time. This one is hammered with 12 repairs, not counting the work done where the name plate was removed. Name plates were put on for TV games and removed. This one has 12 repairs to go along with the sleeves being shortened by the trainer.
The photo match is shown below. The left sleeve number 8 has a thread in the exact position to go along with the information below. The picture of the area on the jersey that shows the match, is at the bottom of the page, left shoulder detail.
The positioning of the Bruins crest, along with the Bruins on the shoulders being so close to the arm numbers, make this easy to spot against other Bruins sweaters. No other season had those Bruin patches that close to the numbers.
McNab enjoyed nearly nine full years in Beantown. He hit the 40-goal mark twice and was a key figure on the power play. His ability to hold his position in the slot and score his share of "garbage" goals was similar to former Bruins star Phil Esposito. During the late '70s, he formed an excellent forward unit with Terry O'Reilly and Rick Middleton and helped Boston reach the finals in 1977 and 1978.
Mcnab played for the Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Vancouver Canucks and the New Jersey Devils.
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