The price varies on the grading of the card. At a recent auction a Orr rookie at a PSA 9 sold for $50,000. But the most common grade for Orr rookies is between a 5 and 7. I recently sold my PSA 6 for $2000. I could have grabbed more but it was not graded. The MOST important thing in order to get higher bids is get i graded, most prefer PSA. I hope I helped you out.
Bobby Orr is the majority owner of and works for the player agency ORR Hockey Group. Some players represented by the company are Rick DiPietro, Jason Spezza, Jeff Carter, and all three Staal brothers currently on NHL teams - Eric, Marc, and Jordan.
if you put a sabre jersey on orr, and a bruins jersey on perreault...it would be hard to tell the difference..its really hard to compare offence and defence..both players were extremely elite...they are in the upper superstar status of all nhl players///all sorts of fine lines you can draw as to say who was better, and i use that term losely..
He is buried at Saint Patrick Cemetery Thompson Geauga County Ohio.
Bobby Orr's parents were Doug Sr. and Arva Orr. Doug Sr. was a factory worker at Canadian Industries Ltd. And had played Intermediate Hockey for the Parry Sound Shamrocks. Arva was a coffee shop waitress. Their children, in order by age, were Patricia (1945), Ronnie (1947), Penny, Robert (1948) and Doug Jr.
Bobby Orr was born in Owen Sound Ontario, so he is a Canadian citizen, although he has lived in the USA, since he retired from hockey.
Orr won 2 Stanley Cups with the Boston Bruins: 1970 and 1972
A cheque for $25,000.00 - by the way check is spelt cheque in Canada. What can I say they are 2 great Canadians!
Bobby has two sons, Darren and Brent, who both played hockey at minor levels but eventually left the sport.
Darren was born in 1974.
Brent was born in 1976.
Bobby Orr completed high school, and joined the Bruins the same year he graduated. He played juniors from age 14-18 and attended the local high school and skipped practices for school purposes, only participating in games, and still managed to win numerous awards in that league.
8: 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975
If you mean for hockey, he was signed to the Bruins at age 12, so he didn't play at any high school.
Bobby Orr attended R.S. McLaughlin C&V.I in Oshawa
Bobby Orr played for the Oshawa Generals, in the Ontario Junior A League, as a teen ager, while going to high school in Oshawa. The Generals were a Boston Bruins "farm team " and still exist. Orr's NHL rights were held by Boston, and it was a sure thing that he would "move up to the NHL " as soon as he was old enough to do so.
Jim B. Toronto.
Bobby Orr lives in Sandwich, in a private golf course community. He spends winters in Juniper Hills, Florida.
he retired because
he hurt his knee
hope this helped,
answers member in training
He didn't. He left as a free agent in 1976
The last team Bobby Orr played for was the Chigaco Blackhawks in the 76-77 season and the 77-78 season
I can't remember specific charities off the top of my head, but Bobby Orr is known as the most giving athlete (both time and money) in Boston history.
he played for 2 teams( the Boston briuns and the Chicago blackhawks)