Synonymous with the postseason, Hall of Famer Mark Messier was an integral component of six different Stanley Cup champion installments and is the only player to have captained two different teams to the title. As glorious as Messier’s resume, this New York Rangers road sweater was worn and signed by the Canadian-born centre during the 1992-1993 season. The blue mesh pullover garment features red-on-white twill identifiers including a “C” (denoting Messier’s captaincy) and his since-retired number “11”. Executed vertically on the first back “1,” Messier’s black marker autograph projects (“6”) strength. Within the collar, a “Cosby” distributor’s label is accompanied by “Maska” and size “52” tags. The all-original gamer shows moderate wear. LOAs from Joseph Tomon, Jr. (for game use) and JSA (for autograph).
The blue mesh pullover garment features white and red accents, “RANGERS” angled across the front in red-on-white satin twill and a “C” (denoting Messier’s captaincy) sewn to the left breast in like fashion. Also in red-on-white twill, Messier’s since-retired number “11” is sewn to the back and sleeves, while “MESSIER” is arched atop the back number. Near the right shoulder, an NHL Stanley Cup patch celebrates the trophy’s 100th anniversary. Within the red-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit collar, a “Cosby” distributor’s label has a Madison Square Garden address and is accompanied by a “Maska” fabric content tag and a size “52” flap tag. Within the rear tail, the fight strap remains intact.