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Roberto Luongo vintage white Vancouver Canucks premier jersey REAL REEBOK sz XL

Roberto Luongo vintage white Vancouver Canucks premier jersey REAL REEBOK sz XL
$99.99

Vintage Vancouver Canucks Roberto Luongo Reebok Throwback Replica Jersey 52 Sewn

Vintage Vancouver Canucks Roberto Luongo Reebok Throwback Replica Jersey 52 Sewn
$39.99

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey Medium

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey Medium
$99.98

Roberto Luongo Reebok Center Ice Authentic Vancouver Canucks Jersey Sz 48 Fight

Roberto Luongo Reebok Center Ice Authentic Vancouver Canucks Jersey Sz 48 Fight
$149.99

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey Large

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey Large
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Authentic NHL Replica Roberto Luongo Vancouver Canucks Koho Jersey XXL

Authentic NHL Replica Roberto Luongo Vancouver Canucks Koho Jersey XXL
$65.00

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey X Large

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey X Large
$99.98

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey Small

Florida Panthers Roberto Luongo Reebok Red Premier Jersey Small
$99.98

Reebok Roberto Luongo Florida Panthers Jersey Youth Extra Large Red Hockey Kids

Reebok Roberto Luongo Florida Panthers Jersey Youth Extra Large Red Hockey Kids
$31.10

Roberto Luongo Premier Jersey

Roberto Luongo Premier Jersey
$100.00

Roberto Luongo Vancouver Canucks 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo

Roberto Luongo Vancouver Canucks 20x20 Framed Uniframe Jersey Photo
$69.99

ROBERTO LUONGO VANCOUVER CANUCKS NEW HOME JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER

ROBERTO LUONGO VANCOUVER CANUCKS NEW HOME JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER
$143.69

ROBERTO LUONGO VANCOUVER MILLIONAIRES NEW HOME JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER

ROBERTO LUONGO VANCOUVER MILLIONAIRES NEW HOME JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER
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ROBERTO LUONGO VANCOUVER CANUCKS NEW 3RD JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER

ROBERTO LUONGO VANCOUVER CANUCKS NEW 3RD JERSEY REEBOK RBK 7185 PREMIER
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2015 16 VANCOUVER CANUCKS REEBOK NHL PREMIER 3RD BLUE JERSEY COLLECTION MENS

2015 16 VANCOUVER CANUCKS REEBOK NHL PREMIER 3RD BLUE JERSEY COLLECTION MENS
$101.99

ROBERTO LUONGO Florida Panthers 2003 CCM Vintage Throwback NHL Hockey Jersey

ROBERTO LUONGO Florida Panthers 2003 CCM Vintage Throwback NHL Hockey Jersey
$219.95



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More About Roberto Luongo Jerseys

At 6'3" tall and 217 pounds, with incredible athleticism, and a competitive drive second to none in the NHL, Roberto Luongo is a daunting challenge for shooters throughout the league.

It was evident even back in his junior hockey days that Luongo was destined to be a star. As a member of the Val-d'Or Foreurs and the Acadie-Bathurst Titan Luongo won back to back President's Cups. His play at the junior level was so impressive that the New York Islanders selected him 4th overall in the 1997 draft, a very high draft placement for a goaltender.

Though inconsistency at training camps would see Luongo returned first to junior and later to the minors, when he finally got a chance to see what he could do at the NHL level he didn't disappoint. In his first NHL start he stopped 43 of 44 Boston Bruins shots to earn a 2-1 win. A month later Luongo was handed the starting job when then #1 Felix Potvin was dealt to the Vancouver Canucks.

Though Luongo acquitted himself reasonably well for the Isles, the team decided they wanted to go another direction in goal, and with the 1st overall pick in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft they selected Rick DiPietro. Because both netminders seemed destined to be number ones it didn't make sense to hang on to Luongo. GM Mike Milbury traded Luongo along with Olli Jokinen to the Florida Panthers.

Luongo would thrive in Florida under an extremely heavy workload. Over his time there he faced a truckload of rubber, and in 2004 earned a Vezina Trophy nomination as well as a Lester B. Pearson nomination for his stellar play. His stats for the year included a whopping 73 games played, 7 shutouts, and an impressive .931 save percentage. Pretty good numbers on a club with a losing record. His play would also get him the notice of Team Canada, who picked Luongo to back up Martin Brodeur at the 2004 World Cup.

After a lost year in 2004-05 due to the NHL lockout Luongo would return to the Panthers for one more year. During that season he became the franchise's all time leader in wins, surpassing former Panthers' star John Vanbiesbrouck. He would post 35 wins that season, another team record, and really started to gain notice as one of the NHL's premier goaltenders.

Luongo is Traded to the Vancouver Canucks

Though his game continued to improve, behind the scenes things weren't all roses. Luongo and the Panthers were unable to settle on a contract, and with Luongo headed for free agency, Panthers' GM Mike Keenan dealt Luongo to the Canucks in a package that saw Todd Bertuzzi come back the other way.

Luongo, finally afforded the opportunity to play for a good team, showed the rest of the league just how good he could be. Over the course of his first season he racked up a whopping 47 wins, a mark that tied him with legendary Philadelphia Flyers goalie Bernie Parent. It would have been an NHL record if Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils didn't post 48 W's the same year. The win total did set a team mark, erasing the former mark of 38 held by Kirk McLean. The Canucks finished 1st in the Northwest Division with 106 points, with Luongo as the key factor. Following the season Luongo was nominated for the Vezina Trophy, the Hart Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Trophy. He lost out on all three counts (to Brodeur, Sidney Crosby and Sidney Crosby respectively), but won over the hearts of Vancouver Canucks fans who'd endured too much goaltending instability in recent years.

Luongo would follow up that magical regular season with some more spectacular play in the playoffs. He was stellar in the first round vs. the Dallas Stars, including putting on a performance for the ages, stopping 72 shots in a quadruple overtime win. He was excellent in the second round against the Anaheim Ducks, giving everything he had in an elimination game loss that saw him stop 56 pucks before Scott Niedermayer finally snuck the winner past him.

Though the years following haven't been as good for Luongo - he has been particularly vilified in Vancouver's last two playoff series losses against Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Dustin Byfuglien and the Chicago Blackhawks - he has been good enough to merit consideration as one of the NHL's best goalies and was a near guarantee for Team Canada GM Steve Yzerman when the former Detroit Red Wings captain picked his squad for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

Luongo Wins Gold at the Olympics

Despite the impressive numbers he has put up throughout his career, Luongo has been soundly criticized for not getting it done come playoff time. Well, with the hopes of an entire nation weighing down on him Luongo delivered in the biggest game of his life back in February 2010. After giving up 5 goals against the Americans in the round robin, Martin Brodeur - Canada's #1 - was relegated to the role of back-up and Luongo took the team the rest of the way. After making a game (and possibly tournament) clinching save against Slovakian and Canuck teammate Pavol Demitra in the final seconds of the semi-final game, Luongo was rock solid in the finals against a determined American squad, led by stars like Zach Parise, Phil Kessel, Paul Stastny and Patrick Kane. He out-battled Ryan Miller, considered by most to be the best goalie in the world at that point, in a one game winner-take-all pressure cooker in front of his home fans, and when Crosby scored that winning goal, Luongo had the biggest grin in the place.

No matter what he does in the remainder of his NHL career no one will ever be able to take that gold medal away from Luongo. However, with Hart Trophy winner Henrik Sedin and brother Daniel on the roster, a solid defense that now includes Dan Hamhuis and Keith Ballard and a balanced four line attack that is the envy of the league, Roberto Luongo may soon be adding a Stanley Cup ring to his resume.