Available is a 1992-93 Tom Barrasso Pittsburgh Penguins Game Issued/Game Worn Jersey manufactured by CCM in a Size 56. I list the jersey as Game Issued/Game Worn because I don’t have any paperwork proving that it was worn by Barrasso, but it does show some signs that it may have been worn. There are a few marks on the jersey as well as well as signs of salt on the fight strap. The jersey features the Stanley Cup 100th Anniversary patch that was worn during the 92-93 NHL season. The sleeves are shortened just like on other Barrasso game jerseys. Barrasso’s number 35 has been written in sharpie on the jersey tagging which was custom during this era by former Penguins equipment manager Steve Latin. There are also sharpie markings on the inside of the CCM logo. Serious offers will be considered. Barrasso grew up in the town of. On an outdoor rink. He started playing goaltender at the age of five years and by the time he was a teenager, was playing in net for. With fellow NHL players. Barrasso was considered one of the most promising American goaltending prospects of all time. He was drafted by the. With the 5th overall pick in 1983. Skipping a college career, he went straight from high school to the NHL. At the time of his debut with the Sabres on October 5, 1983, less than six months after graduating from high school, Barrasso was the youngest goaltender to play and win a game in the NHL since. Nearly forty years prior. In his first season, becoming the third player to win both awards in the same year. November 12, 1988, the Sabres traded Barrasso with a 3rd round draft pick in the 1990 draft Joe Dziedzic. In the following years, Barrasso almost entirely missed two seasons, the. With injuries but came back with good performances in the next years. In 1997, he became the first American goaltender to record. A fiercely proud competitor, in his later seasons in Pittsburgh he developed a strained relationship with the local media, who he felt were disrespectful of him and his family. In March 2000, he was traded to the. He spent the entire. In time for the. He enjoyed some late international success, winning Silver at the. In his last few seasons he briefly played for several teams, the. Until retiring from ice hockey in 2003. Contract with Pittsburgh on the day he declared retirement so he could leave hockey as a Penguin. 2002 Salt Lake City. Barrasso won an Olympic silver medal as part of the U. National men’s ice hockey team at the. He played in one game, an 81 victory over. Barrasso had originally intended to play for the. But chose to begin his professional career instead and left the team in September 1983 to sign with the Sabres. He made his debut for Team USA at the. At the age of 19. He also played in the. 1983 World Junior Championships. 1986 World Ice Hockey Championships. Barrasso was goaltending coach (200709) and later assistant coach (200911) of the. Season he moved to. During the Summer of 2015. Hired Barrasso as goaltending coach, but on October 31 he left the team and moved to Italy’s. The team won the. But refused to join the newly founded. Barrasso, however, did not leave Italy: he moved to. Barasso was named as Head Coach of the. Barrasso and his wife Megan have three daughters. Barrasso founded the Ashley Barrasso Cancer Research Fund during the early 1990s after his oldest daughter survived a bout with. Most NHL assists by a goaltender (career) – 48. Most NHL points by a goaltender (career) – 48. Most consecutive NHL playoff wins – 14 (May 9, 1992 to April 22, 1993). Shares record for most consecutive wins in one NHL playoff season – 11 in 1992. Shares record for most wins in one NHL playoff season – 16 (1992). 2nd most wins by a US born Goaltender (369). Regular season and playoffs. (Top rookie in NHL). (Top goaltender in NHL). NHL First All-Star Team. NHL Second All-Star Team. Team with fewest goals allowed – shared with. Stanley Cup champion (Pittsburgh Penguins). #17 all time in Wins in regular season with (369). #9 all time in. With (22090) in regular season career. #13 all time in. Silver medalist (Team USA). 2007 – Inducted into the. National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame. 2009 – Inducted into the. Hockey Hall of Fame. Champion Hockey Club Valpellice. Champion Asiago Hockey AS. The item “92-93 Tom Barrasso Pittsburgh Penguins Game Issued/Game Worn Jersey Size 56″ is in sale since Monday, March 16, 2020. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Game Used Memorabilia\Hockey-NHL\Jerseys”. The seller is “87slp04″ and is located in Columbus, Ohio. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Player: Tom Barrasso
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Canada
- Team: Pittsburgh Penguins