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ANDY MOOG 1987-88 O-PEE-CHEE -
204
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ANDY MOOG 1989-90 O-PEE-CHEE -
160
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ANDY MOOG / REJEAN LEMELIN 1990-91 PRO SET -
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140
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ANDY MOOG/REJEAN LEMELIN 1990-91 UPPER DECK -
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338
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147
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2
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ANDY MOOG 1996-97 DONRUSS ELITE -
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ANDY MOOG 1997-98 DONRUSS -
40
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ANDY MOOG 2013-14 BLACK DIAMOND -
102
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ANDY MOOG 2013-14 SP AUTHENTIC -
55
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ANDY MOOG 2015-16 O-PEE-CHEE -
555
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Andy Moog

Donald Andrew Moog (born February 18, 1960) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey goaltender. Andy Moog was drafted 132nd overall by the Edmonton Oilers in 1980. That year he was spectacular in a three-game first round sweep of the Montreal Canadiens. In 1982–83, the Oilers general manager and coach Glen Sather decided to go with the young duo of Moog and Fuhr and traded Low. Andy Moog was given the nod in the playoffs, where he backstopped the Oilers to their first Stanley Cup Finals.

On the trading deadline of the 1987–88 season, Moog was traded to the Boston Bruins for Bill Ranford. After a few games and performing heroics, Moog's team went all of the way to the Stanley Cup Finals. In the 1992–93 season, Moog did not start well partly because of a poor relationship with head coach Brian Sutter and partly because of the death of his father in January 1993. Moog was traded to the Minnesota North Stars, who relocated to Dallas for the 1993–94 season.

Andy Moog is a three time Stanley Cup winner: 1984, 1985 and 1987. He earned the 1989–90 NHL season William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest total goals against the team during the regular season, sharing the trophy.