Player:John Madden
Team:University Of Michigan

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 Description:  Mid 90's game worn University of Michigan hockey jersey worn by John Madden, dazzle cloth alternate, shows lighter wear as all of the alternates did, Madden's four-season collegiate totals at U. Michigan show 80g-100a-180pts and 123 PIM in 160 career games played, he holds the school/NCAA record for most career SHG goals with 23; led the nation with eight in 1996-97 and ten in ‘95-96, finished third on the Wolverines in scoring during his senior season in 1996-97 with 26g-37a-63pts and 56 PIM in 42 games played, Madden was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, named Titan West First All-American Team, to the CCHA First All-Star Team and the league’s best defensive forward that season, A member of Michigan’s 1995-96 NCAA National Championship team, A member of the CCHA All-Tournament Team and was named the tourney’s Most Valuable Player in 1995-96, as well as named to the Great Lakes Invitational All-Tournament Team…Honored as Michigan’s most improved player in 1994-95, prior to joining the Wolverines, In just his second NHL season, 01/02, was named recipient of Frank J. Selke Trophy as league’s top defensive forward, Madden has 2 Stanley Cups, this jersey is an incredible piece of Michigan history.