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  • GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Home NHL Jersey - Front
  • GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Home NHL Jersey - Back
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GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Home NHL Jersey

$199.95
SKU:
GLMC1983H

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Same style jersey "Guy Lafleur" wore in 1983 while playing for the "Montreal Canadiens"

Jersey Features:
- Manufactured by "CCM"
- 550 Replica model
- 100% polyester heavyweight "Air Knit" fabric
- Double layer shoulders
- CCM woven neck label
- CCM embroidered logo on lower left sleeve and upper back
- Made in Canada

Team Logo(s) Features:
- As with every CCM 550 model the "Canadiens" front crest is "Glued" on the jersey

Players Name & Number(s) "Customization" Features:
- "Lafleur" is sewn on a Name Bar which is then sewn on the back of the jersey in 1-color
- # 10 is sewn on the back and each sleeve of the jersey in 2-colors
- The name and numbers are customized (sewn) in the "Canadiens" official style font and colors as worn during this period
- All customization is done in Pro Twill fabric

VERY IMPORTANT:

- Every Hockey Jersey we sell has the players name and number(s) professionally SEWN on the jersey in the official team font and colors.
- There are many other sellers who are selling hockey jerseys that have the players name and numbers "GLUED" on the jersey, theirs are NOT sewn.
- You can easily verify whether the Name and Numbers are actually sewn on the jersey by simply turning the jersey "inside-out". If the Name and Numbers are sewn on you should see a "zig-zag" stitch outline on the inside of the jersey. If you do not see a "zig-zag" stitch outline then the Name and Numbers are "Glued" on.

Product Videos

Guy Lafleur goal on Boston - Game 7, Semi Final (1979) 02:10

Guy Lafleur scores one of the most famous goals in Stanley Cup Playoff history, late in the 3rd period against Boston. The goal tied this Game 7 Semi-Final match 4-4, which Montreal eventually won in overtime on a goal by Yvon Lambert. But the Canadiens came precariously close to getting eliminated. Poor Gilles Gilbert...and poor Don Cherry.

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    Guy Lafleur scores one of the most famous goals in Stanley Cup...

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