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1990-91 Igor Larionov Vancouver Canucks Game Worn Jersey
Lot #35

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1990-91 Igor Larionov Vancouver Canucks Game Worn Jersey
Lot #35

This home white knit gamer by CCM was worn by Igor Larionov during the 1990-91 NHL season, his 2nd year in the league. Larionov is considered one of the greatest Russian players in history. He began playing professionally for the Soviet Union at 17 years of age. Igor partook in his first of 3 Canada Cups in 1981. He would partake in 3 different Olympics, the World Cup of Hockey, Rendezvous ‘87, a couple of Super Series and numerous other international competitions. Igor owns 6 Gold Medals, was a 4-time 1st Team USSR All Star and was named the 1988 USSR Player of the Year. He will be best remembered for centering the legendary ‘KLM’ line that included wingers Sergei Makarov and Vladimir Krutov.

After a dozen years in Russia, Larionov joined the NHL’s Vancouver Canucks who had the foresight to draft him in the 11th round of the 1985 NHL Entry Draft. Igor played for Vancouver for 3 seasons and then spent parts of 3 more in San Jose. In 1995-96, Larionov had the good fortune to join the Detroit Red Wings where he was teamed up with some of the finest Russian born players on the planet. Over the next 8 years, Larionov and the Red Wings won 3 Stanley Cups. Larionov retired following the 2003-04 season and was rightfully a first ballot inductee into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2008.



Larionov wore this sweater during his sophomore NHL season. The game wear on this sweater consists of stick and slash marks, board burns, board paint transfer and fine inner pilling. A super tough to find gamer that is a missing gap for many and would enhance any Hall of Fame collection of sweaters.