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1993-94 Pavel Bure Vancouver Canucks Game Worn Jersey – “1994 Stanley Cup Finals” – “2 Pts. F.G.” - 60-Goal & 107-Point Season - 1st Team NHL All Star - Photo Match
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1993-94 Pavel Bure Vancouver Canucks Game Worn Jersey – “1994 Stanley Cup Finals” – “2 Pts. F.G.” - 60-Goal & 107-Point Season - 1st Team NHL All Star - Photo Match
Lot #8

This home white knit gamer by CCM was worn by Pavel Bure during the 1993-94 NHL season. The Vancouver Canucks selected Bure in the 6th round of the 1989 NHL Entry Draft. After spending a handful of seasons playing in his native Russia, Bure embarked on a stellar NHL career that began in 1991-92 and culminated in being elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Pavel spent 7 seasons with the Canucks that included back-to-back 60 goal seasons and a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1994. Bure next suited up for the Florida Panthers for parts of 3 seasons before finishing his career with the New York Rangers. Injuries took their toll on the Russian Rocket and cost him literally hundreds of games. Despite this, Pavel netted 437 goals and 779 points in 702 career games. He was the Calder Trophy winner as Rookie of the Year in 1992 and won back-to-back Maurice ‘Rocket’ Richard Trophies as the NHL’s leading goal scorer while with Florida in 2000 and 2001. Bure was 3 times a 1st or 2nd Team NHL All Star and he played in 7 NHL All Star games. Bure also represented the Soviet Union and Russia in numerous World Championships and 2 Olympics, helping earn himself induction to the IIHF Hall of Fame. Pavel holds numerous Canucks records and his player number 10 was officially retired to the rafters in Vancouver in 2013, never to be worn again. Bure was the first “true” Vancouver Canucks player to be elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame, gaining induction with the class of 2012.

This jersey has been customized for Bure by the team with the addition of a left sleeve extension. Sewn to the right breast of this gamer is the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals patch. Sewn to the right shoulder is the Canuck Place patch. Sewn to the left shoulder is the 2 Pts. F.G. patch to commemorate the passing of Frank Griffiths who died during the 1994 playoff run. The game wear on this size 54 sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer and fine inner pilling. Shown above is a beautiful photo match of Bure wearing this exact jersey during the 1993-94 season. Photos depicting Bure on home ice during the 1994 Stanley Cup Finals show him wearing a jersey that has identical patch placement to this example right down to the slightly crooked Stanley Cup Finals patch. We have included one of those pictures above for reference. Bure wore this jersey during the 1993-94 season prior to being prepared as a Stanley Cup Finals backup by the team. Between the back player numbers is a beautiful black sharpie signature in Pavel’s own hand. Bure set the hockey world on fire during the 1993-94 season. He lit the lamp a league leading 60 times and tallied 107 points, which placed him 5th on the scoring leaderboard. These efforts earned the Russian Rocket the only 1st Team NHL All Star honors of his career. Pavel followed that up with 16 goals and 15 assists in 24 playoff contests as he led his Canucks to game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals! An outstanding multi-patched photo matched example hailing from Bure’s finest season, choice!