Pat Lafontaine was an NHL center who spent his whole career playing for teams in New York State: The New York Islanders, the Buffalo Sabers, and the New York Rangers. Offered is this circa 1993 Pat Lafontaine Buffalo Sabers jersey; we are guessing that this was worn at the beginning of the 1993-94 season as this bears the captain's "C," which he wore to start the season, but an early injury ceded the prized letter to Alexander Mogilny from November through April. It has a Size 52 collar tag, and the Maska Ultrafil tag in the collar has been covered by a newer CCM version of the tag, which is an oddity, but makes sense as right around this time period the tags were changing. It displays the team logo with a buffalo with crossed swords crest on chest and patches on shoulders. The number "16" is on the shoulders and back in blue-on-yellow, and o the back the name on a plate in all blue. Displays light use with some fraying, light stick and sweat marks, little bit of oxidation to the buttons on the fight strap. LaFontaine battled through multiple concussions which forced an early retirement, though his 468 goals and 1,018 points proved enough to merit Hall of Fame honors.