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Former St. John's IceCap looking for one of his jerseys from time with team

Connor Crisp
Connor Crisp

Connor Crisp played sparingly with AHL team over two seasons

A former member of the American Hockey League’s St. John’s IceCaps is looking for some clothing.

Hockey jerseys, to be specific.

Connor Crisp, a winger played 17 games for the IceCaps over two seasons (2015-16, 2017-2017) of the team’s affiliation with the Montreal Canadiens, used his Twitter (@Connorcrispp) in search of a game-worn jersey from his time in St. John’s and from his junior days with the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League.

“I am looking to buy one of my old game worn jerseys from both the IceCaps and Wolves. Anyone that may have one and are willing to part ways, I would be very grateful and happy to buy it from you! Please DM me,” tweeted Crisp on Monday.

A third-round draft pick of the Canadiens in 2013, Crisp’s professional career was plagued by injuries, including concussions that left him sidelined for much of his time in St. John’s and which eventually led to his retirement as a player last year at 24.

Crisp had four goals, two assists and 133 penalty minutes in 56 AHL games with the Hamilton Bulldogs and IceCaps. He totalled 30 goals, 33 assists and 155 PIMs in 87 ECHL contests with the Brampton Beast and Toledo Walleye, the latter being his final team.

His story was the subject of an online documentary earlier this year.


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