Orr Jersey Could Be Windfall For Canadian Truck Driver

John Rows had the good fortune of being the nephew of a Boston Bruins’ scout in the late 1960s.  Garry Young was a former NHL coach who traveled to Boston after Bobby Orr’s rookie year and brought home a couple of gifts for kids in the family, jerseys worn by two of the team’s stars, including the teenager Orr, already a sensation.  Game-worn jerseys were just thought of as hand-me-downs back then. Decades later, the jersey is one of the finest and most important post-War hockey artifacts in existence.  Not long after he brought it home, someone offered $1,000 for it–big money back in the day.  Luckily, he kept it.  It goes on the block this month at Heritage Auctions and could sell for six figures or more. Read full stroy here on Sports Collectors Daily.