Ed Belfour Memorabilia Up For Auction

Blackhawks Hall of Fame goaltender Ed Belfour is auctioning off some remarkable items from his NHL career.

The auction, hosted at ClassicAuctions.net, includes:

  • Belfour’s gold medal from the 2002 Winter Olympics
  • Belfour’s personal Vezina Trophy from 1993-93
  • Belfour’s personal Jennings Trophy from 1994-95
  • Belfour’s 1993 All-Star Game gold and diamond ring
  • A game-worn Campbell Conference 1993 All-Star Game jersey
  • A game-worn Western Conference 1996 All-Star Game jersey
  • A game-worn Canada Cup jersey from 1991
  • A game-worn Greg Harrison goalie mask from 1993-94
  • A game-worn jersey from 1993-94
  • Game-worn pads from the 1993-94 and 1996-97 seasons

Belfour jersey

There are items from every other stop in Belfour’s career as well, including other personal trophies, game-used jerseys and pads and sticks and autographed pucks and photos. The prices range from $200 to more than $21,000 for his gold medal from the 2002 Olympics.

5 thoughts on “Ed Belfour Memorabilia Up For Auction

  1. Ugh. Never a good sign when they start auctioning off memorabilia.

    He’d be a good Ambassador, I think…

    Hope the Hawks reach out.

  2. My favorite player growing up! This stuff is amazing I think I’m going to dig deep and bid, wow! The Olympic gold metal already is bidding at 21K

  3. Here’s hoping someone in Hawks’ brass gets wind of this and buys it all, only to return it to him, along with a position as an ambassador.

  4. According to sportsday.dallasnews.com:

    You can buy some Ed Belfour memorabilia and wear it to the upcoming Stars alumni game.

    Ed Belfour is scheduled to be at American Airlines Center Feb. 27 for a Dallas Stars Alumni game, and what better way to greet him than wearing some of his memorabilia.

    ClassicAuctions.net is putting up 66 pieces of Belfour’scollection in an online auction, and you can see it all here.

    Among the auction items are copies of trophies given to him for the Stanley Cup, the Vezina and the Jennings, so this is pretty important stuff. If you are a fan, there is a lot to choose from and it ranges in price. One of iconic “Eddie the Eagle” Chicago masks is currently going in excess of $10,000.

    Not explanation for the auction. We’ll ask him when he’s in Dallas.

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