Mario Lemieux Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Mario Lemieux jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. Pittsburgh Penguins and Team Canada jerseys. Vintage throwback, powder blue third jerseys and more. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids & women's styles in stock.

MARIO LEMIEUX 66 PENGUINS AUTHENTIC STARTER AWAY HOCKEY JERSEY sz 54R NWT

MARIO LEMIEUX 66 PENGUINS AUTHENTIC STARTER AWAY HOCKEY JERSEY sz 54R NWT
$233.66

NEW Heroes of Hockey CCM Pittsburgh Penguins vintage Mario Lemieux Jersey 66

NEW Heroes of Hockey CCM Pittsburgh Penguins vintage Mario Lemieux Jersey 66
$50.00

Vintage Stitched Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux Youth S M Starter NHL Jersey

Vintage Stitched Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux Youth S M Starter NHL Jersey
$59.99

Mario Lemieux Team Canada Nike jersey Large

Mario Lemieux Team Canada Nike jersey Large
$70.00

Mario Lemieux 2002 03 Pittsburgh Penguins CCM white jersey 52 authentic tags

Mario Lemieux 2002 03 Pittsburgh Penguins CCM white jersey 52 authentic tags
$285.00

NEW Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins Military Camo Jersey IMPERFECTION

NEW Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins Military Camo Jersey IMPERFECTION
$69.88

MARIO LEMIEUX 66 PENGUINS SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED AUTHENTIC HOCKEY JERSEY 46 R

MARIO LEMIEUX 66 PENGUINS SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED AUTHENTIC HOCKEY JERSEY 46 R
$366.66

Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins CCM PRO Center Ice Authentic Jersey 1992 93

Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins CCM PRO Center Ice Authentic Jersey 1992 93
$299.98

Vintage black Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux jersey medium

Vintage black Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux jersey medium
$50.00

Authentic PENGUINS Game Style MARIO LEMIEUX Jersey 50 W Fight Strap Patches RARE

Authentic PENGUINS Game Style MARIO LEMIEUX Jersey 50 W Fight Strap Patches RARE
$249.99

1995 Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins White Jersey Size Mens Medium + Flag 3x5

1995 Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins White Jersey Size Mens Medium + Flag 3x5
$59.99

vtg MARIO LEMIEUX PITTSBURGH PENGUINS JERSEY GENUINE CCM MASKA 90S MENS SMALL

vtg MARIO LEMIEUX PITTSBURGH PENGUINS JERSEY GENUINE CCM MASKA 90S MENS SMALL
$69.94

Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins Home Away CCM Jersey M L XL 2XL 3XL

Mario Lemieux Pittsburgh Penguins Home Away CCM Jersey M L XL 2XL 3XL
$69.99

Mario Lemieux Jersey AUTHENTIC

Mario Lemieux Jersey AUTHENTIC
$65.00

MARIO LEMIEUX 66 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS AUTHENTIC STARTER AWAY HOCKEY JERSEY sz 52R

MARIO LEMIEUX 66 PITTSBURGH PENGUINS AUTHENTIC STARTER AWAY HOCKEY JERSEY sz 52R
$250.66

Mens Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux No 66 White Heroes Of Hockey Jersey

Mens Pittsburgh Penguins Mario Lemieux No 66 White Heroes Of Hockey Jersey
$58.88



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More About Mario Lemieux Jerseys

Though Wayne Gretzky was certainly the greatest player of his era, if there was one man who could put some doubt into that argument it would be Mario Lemieux. Through the late 80s and into the 90s Lemieux challenged Gretzky for the title of hockey's best, entering a stratosphere many previously thought unreachable, and putting in jeopardy some of Gretzky's supposedly untouchable records. Lemieux became a hero to fans not only in Pittsburgh, but throughout Canada as well and Mario Lemieux jerseys were in high demand from the time he entered the league, and still continue to sell well years after his final retirement from the sport.

The Next One

While Wayne Gretzky was shredding records in the NHL, a towering French Canadian center was doing the same with the Laval Voisins of the QMJHL. In his final year of junior Lemieux racked up a mind-boggling 282 points. It was a no-brainer when the Pittsburgh Penguins selected him with the first overall pick in the 1984 entry draft.

Lemieux wasted no time showing everyone he was ready for the big time, scoring a goal on his first shift in his first game. Though he had almost no offensive help on the lowly Penguins he still put up incredible numbers for a rookie, registering 100 points in his first campaign, and earning the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year.

His numbers got even better over the next few seasons, and he began to rack up points at a clip that hadn't been achieved before by someone not named Gretzky. In 1988 he scored 168 points, a total only Gretzky had topped before, and he also managed to wrest the Hart Trophy away from the Great One after an 8 year reign.

Lemieux Leads the Penguins to Back to Back Stanley Cups

As Lemieux continued to improve, so did the Penguins, emerging from the basement of the NHL to become contenders. As players like Jaromir Jagr, Paul Coffey, Mark Recchi, Kevin Stevens and Ron Francis began to arrive the Penguins emerged as a legitimate Stanley Cup contender.

Prior to the 1990-91 season Lemieux underwent back surgery to repair a herniated disc. He would only play in 26 games that season before the playoffs arrived. Despite still playing in severe pain Lemieux was all but unstoppable during the Penguins playoff drive, scoring 44 points (the second highest point total in a single playoff year behind Wayne Gretzky's 47) in just 23 games as the Pens captured their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, defeating the Minnesota North Stars in 6 games in the finals to get their mitts on the silver mug.

In 1991-92 he demonstrated similar heroism. Again suffering from injuries, Lemieux's season was limited to just 64 games. In the playoffs he would miss 5 more games after suffering a broken wrist on a slash by Adam Graves of the New York Rangers. Despite all that, Lemieux would again lead his team in scoring with 34 points, and he and his Pens teammates would hoist the cup for a second straight year after defeating the Chicago Blackhawks in 4 straight games in the Stanley Cup Final.

In 1992-93 Lemieux looked poised to challenge Gretzky's single season goals and points records, tearing out of the gate, scoring goals in 12 consecutive games. However, the train got derailed when Lemieux made the stunning announcement that he had been diagnosed with Hodgson's Lymphoma. He would be forced to leave the team to start radiation treatments, missing a quarter of the season in the process.

By the time he returned to the lineup he was 12 points shy of Pat LaFontaine of the Buffalo Sabres in the race for the Art Ross. Showing no signs of rust Lemieux picked right up where he left off, lighting up the opposition and helping Pittsburgh win an NHL record 17 games in a row down the stretch. When the dust settled Lemieux had potted 69 goals and racked up 160 points, in just 60 games played. Had he enjoyed the luxury of a healthy season there is a very good chance that Gretzky's records of 92 goals and 215 points in a single season both would have fallen.

The Penguins dynasty was cut short that season. After mopping up the New Jersey Devils in 5 games in the first round they were stunned by the New York Islanders in 7 games in round two.

Lemieux would again endure back problems the following season and eventually take a leave of absence from the game to try and recover from ongoing fatigue that had afflicted him as a result of his radiation treatment. After putting up good numbers in the 1995-96 and 1996-97 seasons Lemieux announced his retirement from the game.

Mario Lemieux's Comes Out of Retirement

On December 27, 2000 Mario Lemieux once again donned a Pittsburgh Penguins jersey, returning to the sport he loved. He made his debut against the Toronto Maple Leafs and thrilled fans everywhere by setting up a goal by Jagr 33 seconds into his first shift and finishing the game - a Penguins win - with a goal and a pair of helpers. Lemieux would go on to record 76 points in just 43 games that season, further cementing his legend as one of the game's all time greats.

Though Lemieux was back, his health was still a concern and he didn't play a full season once following his return. Though he would hang up his jersey for good in the early part of 2005-06 season, he would stick along just long enough to mentor a young Sidney Crosby, whom the Penguins had just selected with the first overall draft pick that summer.

Mario Lemieux's International Career

Though he was never seen in another NHL hockey jersey besides the one he wore for the Penguins, Lemieux did answer the bell for Team Canada on a number of occasions. His most memorable international competitions came in 1987 and 2002. In '87, playing on a line with Wayne Gretzky, Lemieux played the hero, scoring two winning goals as Team Canada defeated the Russians in a 3 game winner takes all final series for the Canada Cup. All three games were 6-5, and Lemieux scored both of his game winners in dramatic fashion, one in overtime and the other in a dramatic last minute rush down the ice where he accepted a perfect pass from Gretzky and roofed a wrist shot to give the Canadians the win.

In 2002 his role was a little different. In the twilight of his career and with his skills fading, Lemieux was chosen by Team Canada boss Wayne Gretzky to captain the men's Winter Olympic ice hockey team in Salt Lake City, Utah. Lemieux led Joe Sakic, Jarome Iginla, Steve Yzerman, Eric Lindros and a bevy of other Canadian stars to a dramatic 5-2 victory over the Americans on home ice. It was the last great hurrah of Lemieux's hockey career, and once again showcased just how great the Magnificent One really was.

It is a true shame that Mario Lemieux never got to enjoy a long, healthy career. if he had the NHL record book would surely look different. The legendary Bobby Orr once stated that Lemieux was the most talented player he'd ever seen. High praise from a man who dominated the game as completely as the Boston Bruins rearguard did. Even today, at Pittsburgh Penguins home games Mario Lemieux jerseys can be seen liberally sprinkled through the crowd. It may be Sidney Crosby's and Evgeni Malkin's team now, but the city's favorite hockey son is still undoubtedly, #66.