This black knit authentic jersey was manufactured by CCM. The Russian Rocket broke onto the NHL scene in Vancouver with a bang, winning the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year for his performance during the 1991-92 NHL season. In his 2nd season Bure scored 60 goals and 110 points letting the hockey world know he was no fluke. The following year Pavel again lit the lamp 60 times, totaling 107 points as he led his upstart Canucks to the Cup Finals where they fell at the hands of the NY Rangers. In 24 playoff games, which culminated in a game 7 in the Finals, Pavel tabbed 31 points. After another 50-goal season in 1997-98 and a trip to the Olympics, Pavel decided he wanted out of Vancouver and demanded a trade. Finally the Florida Panthers agreed to a deal and Pavel notched 13 goals in 11 games that year in the Sunshine State.
Bure seemed happy in the Florida sun, tabbing 58 and 59 goal seasons but it didn’t last long. After the 2002 Olympics, and before the trading deadline in 2001-02, Bure was dealt to the Big Apple. He would finish his career on Broadway, with the Rangers, scoring goals at a prolific pace but missing the majority of both seasons in New York due to injury. In 702 career games, Bure tallied 437 goals and 779 points. Bure won the Rocket Richard Trophy for most goals in both 2000 and 2001. He was 3-times a 1st or 2nd Team NHL All Star and played in 6 NHL All Star games in a career that, unfortunately for us fans, lasted only a dozen years.
This Vancouver Canucks, size 52, authentic jersey has the player name "Bure" on the back. The player number "96" is on both sleeves and the back. The alternate Captains “A” sits on the left breast and the “Canucks Place” patch sits on the right shoulder.