Marty Howe's 1973 Toronto Malboros Memorial Cup Champions Ring

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The greatest achievement that any junior hockey player in Canada can strive for is winning the coveted Memorial Cup. In 1973 Marty Howe and the Toronto Malboros of the OHA did just that. This size 7.5 10kt yellow-gold ring was awarded to Marty for that accomplishment. Coached by legendary Maple Leaf George Armstrong, the Malboros set an OHA record that season for becoming the first team to ever reach 100 points. Marty led a strong d-core that allowed the fewest number of goals against during the season. His brother Mark earn Memorial Cup MVP honors.

The ring displays a large .65ct (WOW!) full-cut diamond on the face surrounded by the words "MEMORIAL CUP CHAMPIONS". One shank has had the Memorial Cup chiseled out while the other has the Malboros logo as well as "1973". Very rarely are keepsakes such as this made available for public sale - do not miss out.

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