Elite jersey from arguably the greatest NHL goaltender of all time in this 2002-03 Patrick Roy Colorado Avalanche jersey. Always among the most popular designs in the league, this Avs top is road burgundy with blue shoulders and trim, black and white stripes, and shows nice use; collar tagging includes Koho, Goalie Style, and size 58. Avalanche mountain logo crest is across the chest, Yeti-foot logo patch is on each sleeve, and number 33 is on shoulders and back in white-on-blue-and-silver; name is arched on a plate above the rear number in all-white textured lettering. Jersey comes with MeiGray letter and tag in the tail with serial number and is photo-matched to the game of October 31, 2002, in which Roy recorded 23 saves as Colorado scored a 5-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks. That victory was one of an astounding 551 in Roy's 19-year Hall of Fame career which included four Stanley Cups, in three of which he earned the Conn Smythe Award as the playoffs Most Valuable Player; that total is second only to Martin Brodeur all-time, putting the feisty Roy in the conversation as the best to ever play his position.