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A perennial All-Star, Coffey appeared in 14 mid-season classics. From left to right:
his 1994 Western Conference jersey; his 1993 Campbell Conference jersey; and his
1996 Western Conference jersey.

Two of Paul Coffey's jerseys: the left-hand one was worn during the 1989-90 season when he led all NHL defenseman with 102 points; the jersey on the right is from his 1999-2000 season with the Carolina Hurricanes, when he became only the 8th player to reach the 1,500 point plateau.

Wheaties, "The Breakfast of Champions," honoured the 1991 Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins on their box. Coffey is pictured centre front.

Considered the fastest skater of his generation, Paul Coffey wore these skates during his only season with the Philadelphia Flyers in 1997-98.

Paul's Team Canada jersey worn during the 1996 World Cup of Hockey championship. He led all players with seven assists.

Coffey set the standard for scoring by a defenseman throughout the 1980s. The top stick was used during Game 5 of the 1985 Stanley Cup Final, when Coffey scored the Cup-winning goal during the first period, as his Oilers claimed their 2nd consecutive crown. His 37-point playoff performance that year was an NHL record. The bottom stick was used to record his first 100-point campaign, reaching that mark on March 4, 1984 with three assists versus the Montreal Canadiens. In the process, Coffey became only the 3rd defenseman to reach that milestone.