These black & white CCM hockey pants were game worn by Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille during the 1999 NHL All Star game. Robitaille will go down as one of the greatest lower round selections in the history of the NHL entry draft. He was a 9th round pick in the 1984 NHL entry draft by the LA Kings where he played for 14 of his 19 NHL seasons.
Robitaille compiled incredible career statistics. He retired with 668 career goals, in excess of 725 assists and nearly 1400 points. The goal and point totals are good respectively for top 10 and top 20 all-time in the history of the sport. Luc played in 7 NHL All Star games and was voted a 1st or 2nd team NHL All Star 7 times. Also to his credit is the Calder Trophy for rookie of the year in 1987. Robitaille finally captured the trophy that had eluded him to that point, the Stanley Cup, as a member of the Red Wings in 2001-02. With a 19-year career now in the books, Luc is the most prolific scoring Left Wing in the history of the NHL, and a most deserving Hall of Famer.
These black & white CCM pants originally came directly from Luc Robitialle. They are autographed by Luc on the side. For your enjoyment, shown above is video of Luc as he is being introduced during the 1999 NHL All Star game.