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2001-02 Mikael Renberg Toronto St. Pats Game Worn Jersey - Team Letter
Lot #153

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2001-02 Mikael Renberg Toronto St. Pats Game Worn Jersey - Team Letter
Lot #153
This home green alternate “St. Pats” air-knit gamer by CCM was worn by Mikael Renberg during the 2001-02 NHL season. The Philadelphia Flyers selected Renberg in the 2nd round of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. After spending a handful of years playing in his native Sweden, Renberg joined the Flyers in 1993-94. He was immediately paired with phenom Eric Lindros and a 38-goal and 82 point rookie season ensued. After 4 prosperous seasons in Philadelphia that culminated in a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, Renberg spent two years with the Tampa Bay Lightning where he served as their Team Captain. Mikael next returned to Philadelphia for a couple more seasons before a deadline deal sent him to Phoenix. Renberg’s final stop was Toronto, where he spent 3 seasons before returning to Europe where he played another handful of years in the Swedish Elite League. Renberg served as the right side of the famed Legion of Doom line, one of the decade’s best.

This gamer was one of only two that was worn by Renberg during the March 2nd 2002 game against the Buffalo Sabres at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. This game marked the 75th anniversary and the Leafs wore these green “St. Pats” jerseys to commemorate the occasion. The game wear on this size 58 sweater is on the lighter side, as would be expected, with some stick marks, board burns and board paint transfer a treat worthy of mention. Long sought after by Leafs fans and style collectors alike, this jersey will certainly enhance your game worn display.