Legends of Hockey - Spotlight - Pat LaFontaine - Treasure Chest
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Verdun Junior Canadiens jacket from the 1982-83 QMJHL season as well as 1983 Memorial Cup. LaFontaine smashed numerous rookie scoring records, leading the "Q" with 104 goals, 130 assists and 234 points.

Mounted puck used by New York Islander Pat LaFontaine to register his first career NHL Hat Trick goal during an 11-6 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on March 3, 1984 at Maple Leaf Gardens.

Gloves worn by LaFontaine as a member of the Buffalo Sabres during the 1992-93 NHL season. He would lead the Sabres with a career high 95 assists and 148 points.

During the 1989-90 NHL season, LaFontaine wore
this New York Islander jersey, scoring 54 goals,
51 assists and 105 points.

Helmet worn by LaFontaine during his 2nd NHL All-Star Game in 1989. With the game being played in Edmonton, LaFontaine and the Wales Conference team defeated the Campbell Conference 9-5 with LaFontaine recording 1 assist.

Buffalo Sabres jersey worn by LaFontaine during
the 1992-93 NHL season. He would finish 2nd
in league scoring with 148 points.

U.S. junior sensation of the Verdun Junior Canadiens used this puck to record his 99th goal of the 1982-83 QMJHL season.

After 128 minutes and 47 seconds of play, Pat LaFontaine used this puck to beat Bob Mason of the Washington Capitals in the 8th longest game in NHL history. The Islanders defeated the Capitals 3-2 in Game 7 of the Patrick Division Semi-Final.

LaFontaine wore this New York Rangers jersey during his final season in the NHL in 1997-98. Despite only playing 67 games, he still managed to score 23 goals and 62 points. He became the 50th player in NHL history to reach the 1,000 point plateau.