Guy Lafleur Jerseys

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Authentic Guy LAFLEUR Ccm Montreal Canadiens Jersey Mens 2xl New

Authentic Guy LAFLEUR Ccm Montreal Canadiens Jersey Mens 2xl New
$119.99

HOCKEY LEGEND NHL JERSEY MONTREAL CANADIENS 10 GUY LAFLEUR CHANDAIL LNH

HOCKEY LEGEND NHL JERSEY MONTREAL CANADIENS 10 GUY LAFLEUR CHANDAIL LNH
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vtg GUY LAFLEUR 10 Montreal Canadiens 80s JERSEY YOUTH XL maska nhl boys white

vtg GUY LAFLEUR 10 Montreal Canadiens 80s JERSEY YOUTH XL maska nhl boys white
$68.00

GUY LAFLEUR MONTREAL CANADIENS 1973 JERSEY CCM VINTAGE RED

GUY LAFLEUR MONTREAL CANADIENS 1973 JERSEY CCM VINTAGE RED
$159.66

Guy Lafleur Montreal Canadians 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo

Guy Lafleur Montreal Canadians 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo
$69.99

NWT Guy Lafleur Montreal Canadiens Heroes Of Hockey Vintage Mens Jersey NHL CCM

NWT Guy Lafleur Montreal Canadiens Heroes Of Hockey Vintage Mens Jersey NHL CCM
$47.95

Guy Lafleur 10 Montreal Canadians 2016 Winter Classic Jersey

Guy Lafleur 10 Montreal Canadians 2016 Winter Classic Jersey
$189.99

Montreal Canadiens Guy Lafleur NHL 1976 All Star Jersey sz 56

Montreal Canadiens Guy Lafleur NHL 1976 All Star Jersey sz 56
$159.99

GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Home NHL Hockey Jersey

GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Home NHL Hockey Jersey
$199.95

GUY LAFLEUR MONTREAL CANADIENS JERSEY CCM VINTAGE RED

GUY LAFLEUR MONTREAL CANADIENS JERSEY CCM VINTAGE RED
$159.66

GUY LAFLEUR MONTREAL CANADIENS 1973 JERSEY CCM VINTAGE RED

GUY LAFLEUR MONTREAL CANADIENS 1973 JERSEY CCM VINTAGE RED
$189.99

Original 1988 New York Rangers Guy Lafleur 100 AUTHENTIC NHL CCM Jersey sz 52

Original 1988 New York Rangers Guy Lafleur 100 AUTHENTIC NHL CCM Jersey sz 52
$399.00

GUY LAFLEUR 1980 CCM Vintage Throwback NHL All Star Hockey Jersey

GUY LAFLEUR 1980 CCM Vintage Throwback NHL All Star Hockey Jersey
$199.95

GUY LAFLEUR New York Rangers 1988 CCM Vintage Away NHL Hockey Jersey

GUY LAFLEUR New York Rangers 1988 CCM Vintage Away NHL Hockey Jersey
$199.95

GUY LAFLEUR 1991 WALES CONFERENCE ALL STAR HOCKEY JERSEY NAME  NUMBER KIT

GUY LAFLEUR 1991 WALES CONFERENCE ALL STAR HOCKEY JERSEY NAME NUMBER KIT
$50.00

GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Away NHL Hockey Jersey

GUY LAFLEUR Montreal Canadiens 1983 CCM Throwback Away NHL Hockey Jersey
$199.95



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More About Guy Lafleur Jerseys

One of the most popular NHL players of all time Guy Lafleur jerseys continue to sell like crazy even two decades after his retirement. The man they call "The Flower" rivals Bobby Hull, Pavel Bure, Alexander Ovechkin and fellow Montreal Canadien Rocket Richard when it comes to the title of the most exciting hockey player of all time. The image of Lafleur skating down the right wing, blond hair flying as he unleashes a devastating slapshot is one of the most enduring in the sport.

Guy Lafleur Shoots the Lights Out for the Quebec Ramparts

Before Guy Lafleur became a member of the Montreal Canadiens he was dominating the junior ranks. In two seasons with the Quebec Ramparts of the QMJHL Lafleur scored a mind-boggling 233 goals, including 130 in his second season, a record which stood until Mario Lemieux finally eclipsed it with 133 in his final year of junior. Lafleur's incredible scoring prowess would help his team win the 1971 Memorial Cup.

Lafleur Becomes a Montreal Canadien

Lafleur almost didn't become one of the most legendary Habs of all time. First Canadiens' GM Sam Pollock had to swindle the California Golden Seals of their first overall pick, and then he had to choose between Marcel Dionne and Lafleur. He would settle on Lafleur, and Dionne would join the Detroit Red Wings. The rest, as they say, is history.

In his first three seasons Lafleur failed to live up to the huge hype that accompanied his arrival in Montreal. He put up decent numbers, scoring 29,28 and 21 goals respectively, but those totals were a far cry from the numbers he put up in junior. In the 1974-75 season that all changed. Lafleur racked up 53 goals and 119 points that year. Amazingly that would be his lowest point total in six seasons as he absolutely tore up the league during the later half of the 1970s.

During that incredible stretch, one of the most dominant by any player in hockey history, Lafleur racked up 3 Art Ross Trophies, 2 Hart Trophies and a Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP, all while helping the Canadiens reel off 4 straight Stanley Cups. Lafleur was joined by legends like Steve Shutt, Larry Robinson, Yvan Cournoyer, Jacques Lemaire and Ken Dryden over that stretch and the Habs of that era were arguably the greatest NHL hockey team of all time.

Following the retirement of Dryden and Lemaire, and the departure of head coach Scotty Bowman the reign of the Habs finally ended, and Lafleur's numbers started to drop. From the 1980-81 season on he wouldn't come close to reaching 50 goals or 100 points. In 1984-85, after only notching 2 goals in his first 19 games, Lafleur decided to call it a career with the Habs, announcing his retirement. At that point he'd scored 518 goals and registered 1,246 points. The goal total was the second highest in Canadiens history, behind only Rocket Richard, and the points total remains to this day the highest career total of any Canadiens player in the 100+ year history of the franchise.

Lafleur Comes Out of Retirement

Though he seemed long since done as an NHL star, in 1988-89 Lafleur surprised everyone by returning to the league. Former nemesis Phil Esposito, then the GM of the New York Rangers, signed Lafleur to a one year deal. Lafleur acquitted himself well in his return, scoring 18 goals and racking up 45 points in 67 games. The Rangers' marketing machine did pretty well in the deal as well as Guy Lafleur Rangers jerseys flew off the shelves.

The following season would see Lafleur in a Quebec Nordiques jersey. It must have been bitter for Habs fans to see their former favorite son in the colors of their provincial rivals. Lafleur would suit up for 98 games in his last two seasons, helping guide a young Joe Sakic, before finally retiring for good following the 1990-91 season.