Messier, Mark *
Blue 1st Reg. Season w/C - 1,850th Career Point, Tying Gordie Howe for Second All-Time
New York Rangers 2003-04
#11 Size: 56

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Mark Messier wore this blue jersey while playing for the New York Rangers during the 2003-04 National Hockey League season. Messier was wearing this jersey on November 4, 2003 when he registered his 1,850th National Hockey League point, tying Gordie Howe for second all-time.

Messier registered the point on his 681st career goal, scored during the second period of the Rangers' 3-0 victory over the Dallas Stars at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY. Messier passed Howe with an empty-net goal with six seconds left in the game after switching out of this jersey.

Messier was the heart and soul of the New York Rangers teams he played for as much as any player has been for his team in the history of American sports. He blessed Rangers fans with some of the greatest moments in their history, from his 1994 Stanley Cup Final Game 6 guarantee (and the hat trick to back it up) to his infectious, relieved and overjoyed smile when he hoisted the Stanley Cup for the sixth time.

Messier played 10 seasons for the Blueshirts, scoring 250 goals with 441 assists in 698 games. In 12 years with the Oilers, Messier scored 392 goals with 642 assists in 851 games. The two-time Hart Memorial Trophy winner and the 1984 Conn Smythe Trophy winner ranks third all-time in career assists with 1,193 and in points with 1,887. His 694 goals rank ninth all-time.

Price: $29,995.00
Messier, Mark *<br>Blue 1st Reg. Season w/C - 1,850th Career Point, Tying Gordie Howe for Second All-Time<br>New York Rangers 2003-04<br>#11 Size: 56