Vintage Quebec Nordiques Jerseys

Check out our current selection of vintage Quebec Nordiques jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with goalie jerseys and women's styles in stock.

Joe Sakic Quebec Nordiques Jersey CCM Vintage Official Licensed

Joe Sakic Quebec Nordiques Jersey CCM Vintage Official Licensed
$59.99

Quebec Nordiques 1992 Vintage BLUE CCM 550 Jersey XL

Quebec Nordiques 1992 Vintage BLUE CCM 550 Jersey XL
$89.99

Ron Hextall Quebec Nordiques Jersey

Ron Hextall Quebec Nordiques Jersey
$65.00

Maska Joe Sakic Quebec Nordiques Road Jersey Rookie 88 SZ XL

Maska Joe Sakic Quebec Nordiques Road Jersey Rookie 88 SZ XL
$99.00

QUEBEC NORDIQUES SUNDIN STYLE CLASSIC JERSEY SIZE 56 YES 56 TAGS FGT STP NEW

QUEBEC NORDIQUES SUNDIN STYLE CLASSIC JERSEY SIZE 56 YES 56 TAGS FGT STP NEW
$99.00

Peter Forsberg Vintage CCM Quebec Nordiques NHL Hockey Jersey Blue XL

Peter Forsberg Vintage CCM Quebec Nordiques NHL Hockey Jersey Blue XL
$99.99

Hattem Quebec Nordiques blank vintage jersey 1980s L Large LG LRG XL

Hattem Quebec Nordiques blank vintage jersey 1980s L Large LG LRG XL
$58.66

Quebec Nordiques Vintage Center Ice Ccm Nhl Jersey New With Tags Size 48

Quebec Nordiques Vintage Center Ice Ccm Nhl Jersey New With Tags Size 48
$499.99

Quebec Nordiques Mats Sundin CCM Jersey Size 54 2XL

Quebec Nordiques Mats Sundin CCM Jersey Size 54 2XL
$134.85

Joe Sakic Vintage CCM Quebec Nordiques NHL Hockey Jersey White XL

Joe Sakic Vintage CCM Quebec Nordiques NHL Hockey Jersey White XL
$174.99

VINTAGE 1993 AUTHENTIC JOE SAKIC HOCKEY JERSEY QUEBEC NORDIQUES XL CCM RARE

VINTAGE 1993 AUTHENTIC JOE SAKIC HOCKEY JERSEY QUEBEC NORDIQUES XL CCM RARE
$125.00

Cornwall Aces Hockey jersey AHL NHL Quebec Nordiques CCM sz XL Beiber Tour vibes

Cornwall Aces Hockey jersey AHL NHL Quebec Nordiques CCM sz XL Beiber Tour vibes
$30.00

Quebec Nordiques Vintage CCM Maska Hockey Jersey Brand New w Tags Mens Med

Quebec Nordiques Vintage CCM Maska Hockey Jersey Brand New w Tags Mens Med
$109.00

Joe Sakic Vintage CCM Quebec Nordiques NHL Hockey Jersey Blue 48

Joe Sakic Vintage CCM Quebec Nordiques NHL Hockey Jersey Blue 48
$59.99

QUEBEC NORDIQUES vtg blue OG hockey jersey 2XL polyester XXL NHL CCM

QUEBEC NORDIQUES vtg blue OG hockey jersey 2XL polyester XXL NHL CCM
$125.00

Peter Forsberg Quebec Nordiques CCM jersey

Peter Forsberg Quebec Nordiques CCM jersey
$125.00



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More About Quebec Nordiques Jerseys

Another WHA franchise that was absorbed into the NHL with the dissolution of the World Hockey Association the Quebec Nordiques were another of the teams that helped establish the NHL's rival league back in 1972. The franchise almost didn't happen, as the license had been sold to a group in San Fransisco and when the puck dropped on the WHA's inaugural season the San Fransisco Sharks were supposed to be one of its core franchises. However, the funding for the team collapsed and Quebec was the lucky beneficiary.

The club's first coach was none other than legendary Montreal Canadiens' sniper Maurice "The Rocket" Richard. He lasted all of two games, amassing a 1-1 career coaching record before stepping down.

Over the next few years the Nordiques would assemble one of the most offensively powerful teams in the WHA, signing stars like Marc Tardif, Real Cloutier, J.C. Tremblay, Serge Bernier and Rejean Houle. In fact, the Nords had so much offensive punch that in the 1975-76 season they had a record five players eclipse the 100 point barrier.

In 1976-77 all that firepower finally paid dividends as the Nordiques dispatched the Winnipeg Jets in a hard-fought 7 game series to earn their first and only Avco World Cup.

The Quebec Nordiques' NHL Years

When the bulk of the WHA teams folded after the 1978-79 season, Quebec was one of four franchises chosen to be assimilated into the NHL. They joined fellow Canadian clubs the Edmonton Oilers, and the Winnipeg Jets, as well as the New England Whalers in making the leap to the other league.

Though their first year wasn't as difficult as that endured by the Winnipeg Jets, the Nordiques did finish last in their division and missed the playoffs. However, with promising play from rookie Michel Goulet and the 1980 signing of Czechoslovakian brothers Peter and Anton Stastny the team was poised for a quick improvement.

Over the next eight seasons they would make the playoffs each and every year, once making it as far as the Wales Conference semi-finals before bowing out. Peter Stastny was one of the most prolific point producers of that era. In fact, in the 1980s only one player - Wayne Gretzky - had more points than Peter Stastny.

As the decade came to a close the Nordiques' fortunes took a turn for the worse, and despite the emergence of young talent in Joe Sakic, and the acquisition of aging superstar Guy Lafleur the Nords dropped precipitously in the standings. For three straight seasons they finished dead last in the league. The upside of their dreadful performance was their securing of three first overall selections. With those picks they chose Mats Sundin, Owen Nolan, and Eric Lindros.

Ultimately, it was the refusal of Lindros to play for the Nordiques that really turned the franchise around. The Nordiques wound up trading the rights to Lindros to the Philadelphia Flyers, acquiring a plethora of young talent, draft picks and cash in return.

Unfortunately the fans of the Quebec Nordiques would not get to enjoy the bounty of that harvest. After the lockout-shortened season that saw the Nordiques finish first overall in the Eastern Conference, and rookie Peter Forsberg win the Calder Trophy, the club was packed up and moved to Denver, where they would become the Colorado Avalanche.

To add insult to an already horrendous injury the devastated fans of the Nordiques were forced to watch as their beloved franchise, just a year removed from Quebec, hoist the Stanley Cup for the first time. Over the better part of a decade following the move the Avs would be one of the NHL's premier teams, winning the Cup a second time in 2001, and boasting some of the NHL's best and most exciting talent in Joe Sakic, Peter Forsberg, Milan Hejduk, Rob Blake, Ray Bourque and Patrick Roy.

Like Winnipeg, Quebec was the victim of economic circumstances, and the door remains open for the NHL to return to Quebec City one day. In the meantime passionate fans will ensure that Quebec Nordiques jerseys continue to fly off the shelf as they express their hope for the return of their departed team.