Anomalies unite in this lot that combines professional ice hockey, Baltimore and an England-born player. Specifically, this Baltimore Skipjacks road jersey was worn by right winger Peter Lee during the 1982-83 season. The black mesh pullover garment features “Baltimore” embroidered to a gold-colored twill plate on the chest and “10” sewn to the back in gold-on-white twill. Team logo patches adorn the sleeves, as do black-on-white twill “10” identifiers. Solid game wear is evident on this Charm City classic! More on our website.
Within the gold-colored stretch ribbed knit V-neck, a “CCM” label is accompanied by a fabric content tag. The original fight strap is secured within the rear tail. Game use attributes include board marks, puckering and fraying about the twill components. Just above the back number, stitch remnants remain from a since-removed nameplate, suggesting subsequent wear by another player. Following a successful tenure with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Lee played one season with the Skipjacks before departing to Germany, where he played professionally for the next 13 seasons.