Gordie Howe Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Gordie Howe jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. Detroit Red Wings, WHA New England Whalers and Houston Aeros, Hartford Whalers and even Detroit Vipers. Vintage throwback, third jerseys and more. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids & women's styles in stock.

Vintage Detroit Vipers Gordie Howe Custom Sewn Jersey XL Throwback

Vintage Detroit Vipers Gordie Howe Custom Sewn Jersey XL Throwback
$59.99

Gordie Howe NHL Throwback Detroit Red Wings Home jersey Size XL 52

Gordie Howe NHL Throwback Detroit Red Wings Home jersey Size XL 52
$50.00

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings NHL Jersey Hoodie XL Sweatshirt Sweater NWT

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings NHL Jersey Hoodie XL Sweatshirt Sweater NWT
$52.99

Gordie Howe Red Wings On Ice Style Custom Stitched Captain Jersey Size XL

Gordie Howe Red Wings On Ice Style Custom Stitched Captain Jersey Size XL
$99.95

NWT Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Throwback Jersey CCM Size Large 50

NWT Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Throwback Jersey CCM Size Large 50
$79.95

46 SmallMr Hockey Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Vintage CCM White 9 Jersey

46 SmallMr Hockey Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Vintage CCM White 9 Jersey
$43.56

Vintage Houston Aeros Gordie Howe Custom Sewn Jersey 2XL Throwback

Vintage Houston Aeros Gordie Howe Custom Sewn Jersey 2XL Throwback
$59.99

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Heroes of Hockey Premier Jersey M

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Heroes of Hockey Premier Jersey M
$162.00

New NHL All Star Gordie Howe Jersey Vintage

New NHL All Star Gordie Howe Jersey Vintage
$65.00

2016 17 Hartford Whalers CCM REEBOK NHL Premier Player Jersey Collection Mens

2016 17 Hartford Whalers CCM REEBOK NHL Premier Player Jersey Collection Mens
$101.99

VINTAGE 1974 THE HOCKEY SUMMIT GORDIE HOWE DOUG LAURIE JERSEY SEWN ON PATCHWORK

VINTAGE 1974 THE HOCKEY SUMMIT GORDIE HOWE DOUG LAURIE JERSEY SEWN ON PATCHWORK
$300.00

NHL Detroit Red Wings Gordie Howe 100 Centennial Classic Jersey Size 50 L

NHL Detroit Red Wings Gordie Howe 100 Centennial Classic Jersey Size 50 L
$95.00

Vintage NOS Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Replica Starter Home Red Jersey sz L

Vintage NOS Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings Replica Starter Home Red Jersey sz L
$89.99

GORDIE HOWE DETROIT RED WINGS 2014 WINTER CLASSIC ALUMNI CCM JERSEY

GORDIE HOWE DETROIT RED WINGS 2014 WINTER CLASSIC ALUMNI CCM JERSEY
$249.95

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo
$69.99

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings CCM Premier Throwback Jersey Red

Gordie Howe Detroit Red Wings CCM Premier Throwback Jersey Red
$179.95



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More About Gordie Howe Jerseys

Though it has been three decades since his last NHL game, Gordie Howe jerseys are still a hugely popular item among collectors. One of the greatest players in the history of the sport the man known as Mr. Hockey held all of the major career statistical records before a young man by the name of Wayne Gretzky came along. One of the most fearsome competitors in the game, Gordie Howe commanded respect like few players before or since. During his playing days he won 6 Hart Trophies as league MVP and 6 Art Ross Trophies as the league's leading scorer, all while helping the Detroit Red Wings to 4 Stanley Cups.

Gordie Howe's first taste of pro hockey came not in the NHL, but in the USHL as a member of the Omaha Knights. However, with his incredible talent it didn't take long before Howe was wearing an NHL uniform, joining the Detroit Red Wings for the 1946-47 season. At the start of his career he actually wore #17, but quickly made the switch to the famous #9 hockey fans know him by.

Though in his first season Howe wasn't terribly productive, his numbers rose swiftly, and it wasn't long before he was challenging for the NHL's scoring lead. During the latter part of the 1940s and into the first half of the 1950s Howe led one of the greatest dynasties in NHL history. During that span the Red Wings finished in first place for seven consecutive years, a mark unmatched in NHL history, and helped his club win four Stanley Cups.

The Production Line

Gordie Howe was also a part of one of the most dominant lines in NHL history. He, along with linemates "Terrible" Ted Lindsay and Sid Abel tore the league apart offensively, even finishing one-two-three in scoring during the 1949-50 season.

Howe's toughness was legendary, and he proved it once again in the regular season following the 1950 playoffs. Howe suffered a fractured skull in the playoffs after a collision with Ted Kennedy of the Toronto Maple Leafs sent him awkwardly into the boards. Howe was rushed to the hospital to have emergency surgery. However, the next season he would not only return to play, but record 86 points, leading the league by an incredible 20 point margin.

The Ageless Wonder

While most players start to slow down in their 30s, Gordie Howe just kept getting better. In 1968-69 Howe topped the 100 point plateau for the first time in his career, registering 103 at the tender age of 40! He remained one of the toughest players in the sport as well, and was famous for his elbows and his penchant for fighting - a rare quality in NHL superstars. The term "Gordie Howe Hat Trick" was coined in reference to player who scores a goal, adds an assist and gets in a fight all in one game. Ironically, Gordie only had two of them in his Hall of Fame career.

Gordie Howe Joins the World Hockey Association

After 25 years with the Red Wings organization, an aching wrist finally got Gordie Howe to call it quits, retiring following the 1970-71 season. However, after a year spent toiling in a front office position, Howe discovered he wasn't quite ready to give up the game he loved just yet. When the WHA formed Howe was offered a spot with the Houston Aeros. Not only was it an opportunity to return to the game, but also afforded Howe the unique opportunity to play with sons Mark and Marty. He got surgery for his chronic wrist problem and joined the team for the 1973-74 season, adding his name to that of Bobby Hull of the Winnipeg Jets, who had jumped ship the year before to join the NHL's rival league.

Howe would prove he still had lots to give, and at age 46 he won the league's MVP trophy. He would help the Aeros win a pair of Avco World Cup titles during his time with the team. He would remain with the Aeros until 1977 when he and sons Mark and Marty moved on to join the New England Whalers.

Gordie Howe Returns to the NHL

After a pair of seasons with the Whalers, Gordie Howe got an unexpected chance to play again in the NHL. The WHA essentially folded, merging into the NHL. The New England Whalers, Quebec Nordiques, Winnipeg Jets and Edmonton Oilers all were granted NHL franchises. The Whalers relocated to Hartford, and Gordie went along for one more year in the big show.

Despite the fact that he turned 52 in the season he played for the Hartford Whalers, Howe still managed to put up impressive totals, scoring 15 goals and notching a total of 41 points. He would become the oldest player to play an NHL game, and when he finally called it a career he'd played more games - 1,767 - than anyone in NHL history, a record that still stands to this day.

Howe Suits Up for the Detroit Vipers

In the 1997-98 season Gordie Howe took to the ice one more time, playing a shift for the Detroit Vipers of the IHL. That brief shift made Gordie the only player in history to play professional hockey in six different decades.

Today, at age 82, Gordie Howe still remains one of the most recognizable figures in the sport of hockey, and even young fans who never saw him play can be seen proudly draped in Gordie Howe jerseys.