- Rare and historic program from the sixth and deciding game of the 1966 Memorial Cup at Maple Leaf Gardens
- Bobby Orr's last game for the Oshawa Generals and in junior
- Edmonton Oil Kings defeat Oshawa Generals to win the Memorial Cup 4-2
- Features an ad for the Beatles' upcoming concert at Maple Leaf Gardens
- Bobby Orr is well regarded as one of the best hockey players of all-time, playing for 12 years between the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks before being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF) in 1979
- Very good condition aside from glue damage to back cover (program was once affixed to a scrapbook and had to be removed). Key pages are still in great, presentable condition
- Size: 5.5" x 8.5" (folded)
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