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1989-90 Paul Coffey Pittsburgh Penguins Game Worn Jersey – “41st NHL All Star” - 2nd Team NHL All Star - All Star Season - Last 100-Point Season
Lot #24

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1989-90 Paul Coffey Pittsburgh Penguins Game Worn Jersey – “41st NHL All Star” - 2nd Team NHL All Star - All Star Season - Last 100-Point Season
Lot #24

This home white knit gamer by CCM was worn by Paul Coffey during the 1989-90 NHL season. The Edmonton Oilers selected Coffey with the 6th pick in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft. He broke camp with the club in 1980 and never looked back, eventually becoming the second highest scoring defenseman in NHL history. Coffey spent his formative years, 7 seasons in all, with the Oilers as their group of talented youngsters formed a dynasty. During his time in Edmonton, Coffey celebrated the franchise’s first three Stanley Cups in 84, 85 and 87. On November 24th 1987, Coffey was dealt to the Pittsburgh Penguins where he would team with Mario Lemieux for the next five years, while helping their franchise to their first Stanley Cup title in 1991. Paul spent the last decade of his career with a number of clubs. He was reunited with Gretzky and Kurri in Los Angeles in the early 1990’s. He eventually helped two of his new clubs, Detroit and Philadelphia, to Stanley Cup Finals appearances in the mid 1990’s.

Coffey ended his illustrious career second to only Ray Bourque in all-time goals 396, assists 1135 and points 1531 scored by a defenseman. These incredible totals rank him 6th on the all-time assist list and 13th on the all-time points list. Coffey’s playoff acumen is no less impressive having tallied nearly 200 career playoff points, which places him 5th all-time. Coffey has eight 1st or 2nd team NHL All Star selections to his credit. He played in an astounding 14 NHL All Star games. Internationally, Paul represented Team Canada in 3 Canada Cups and the 1996 World Cup of Hockey. His impressive hardware case includes 3 Norris trophies as leagues best defenseman and 4 Stanley Cup championships. Paul is considered one of the game’s all-time greats and was so recognized in ‘The Hockey News” book that ranked the 50 greatest players in NHL history. Coffey was honored as the 28th greatest player in NHL history in that publication.

The part he played in the Edmonton Oilers dynasty was invaluable, and helped form the deadliest offensive machine ever put on the ice. His single season record for a defenseman of 48 goals, recorded in 1985-86, will likely never be topped. Paul was one of the league’s finest skaters and images of him gliding down the ice wearing the Oilers blue and orange won’t soon be forgotten. He is a most deserving Hall of Famer and was one of the finest offensive weapons in NHL history. The Oilers retired and raised Paul’s player number 7 to the rafters where it now hangs proudly alongside teammates, Gretzky, Mesier, Fuhr, Kurri and Anderson.

Proudly sewn to the left breast of this gamer is the alternate Captain’s “A”. Sewn to the left shoulder is the 41st NHL All Star Game patch. The game wear on this 3rd set size 48 sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, un-repaired holes, material pulls and pilling. Coffey was again his magnificent self while wearing this jersey during the 1989-90 season. He struck for 29 goals and added 74 assists for an impressive 103 points, marking the final 100-point season of Coffey’s Hall of Fame career. For his efforts, Coffey earned a 2nd Team NHL All Star selection and played in the 1990 NHL All Star Game at the Igloo in Pittsburgh. This beautiful All Star patched example sports the coveted letter of honor and was worn by the legendary defenseman during the final 100-point season of his Hall of Fame career, choice!