Dave Keon, known as one of the greatest two-way centres in the history of the game, was an amazing athlete who spent 22 seasons in professional hockey. He appeared in an impressive total of 1,725 regular season and playoff games in both the WHA and the NHL, and in all that time he picked up only 151 penalty minutes!
His popularity among Leafs fans remains incredibly high, especially considering the fact that he has had basically nothing to do with the Leafs or hockey in general since 1975 when he left, thanks to Harold Ballard.
Keon's game worn jersey is garnering huge interest in the current Classic Auctions sale. The late 1960s sweater currently has had 12 bids and is closing in on $8,000!
Other notable game worn jerseys available (and there are many) include Ken Dryden, Derek Sanderson, Mario Lemieux, Jim Craig, Bob Probert, and Tony Esposito's 1972 Summit Series jersey. There is over 200 game-worn items available when you include gloves and skates. Many of them are currently bidding for very reasonable prices.
Surprisingly, what I would consider perhaps the most interesting game worn jerseys available are a set of three Houston Aeros (WHA) jerseys - Gordie Howe, Mark Howe and Marty Howe. You can get all three right now for the same price as Keon's single jersey - $8,000.