Niagara Falls Flyers 1965 white knit hockey jersey $195.00
One of the greatest junior teams ever, the 1965 Memorial Cup champs had 13 future NHL players including Derek Sanderson and Bernie Parent. Made from heavy game weight double knit fabric with double elbows, double shoulders and 1960's style tie down fight straps. This jersey is made by a former manufacturer of pro uniform jerseys and represents the finest quality available in the industry. The front logo features a sewn on NF logo hand cut just like the originals.
The Flyers celebrate winning the 1965 OHA championship in Maple Leaf Gardens. Their star studded lineup featured 13 future NHL players including Bernie Parent, center with the chest protector. To his right wearing #25 is Doug Favell. Immediately next to Parents head above his outstretched right arm is Jean Pronovost a future 52 goal scorer in the NHL. Immediately above parents outstretched left fist is Bill Goldsworthy a future 48 goal scorer, The player kneeling in the front row at the far right is Derek Sanderson. Gary Dornhoefer wears the hat in the back row. Jim Lorentz peers out from the back of the room three players to the right of Dornhoefer. Gilles Marotte with both hands outstretched stands to the left of Lorentz.