1999-2000 Tom Barrasso Pittsburgh Penguins Game Used Hockey Jersey
Going straight from high school to the NHL is a monumental task for an 18-year old. Tom Barrasso proved he was up to the task by winning the Calder Memorial Trophy (NHL Rookie of the Year), the Vezina Trophy (NHL¹s Best Goaltender) and being named to the NHL First All-Star Team with the Buffalo Sabres in 1983-84. After joining the Pittsburgh Penguins in November, 1988, Barrasso led the Penguins to back-to-back Stanley Cup Championships in 1991 and 1992 respectively. While winding down his stint with the Penguins, Barrasso wore this Pro Player Home White jersey during the 1999-2000 NHL season. Tagged with size G58 and Pro Player Authentic/Made in Canada labeling in the neck, this jersey is accentuated with the NHL 2000 patch on the right chest. Light wear overall including light pilling and several black puck/stick marks on the front. A truly nice piece from the first American-born goaltender to achieve 300 wins in the NHL - a career definitely worthy of a look from the Hall of Fame.
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