The Vancouver Canucks have a total of six retired jersey numbers. #7 was retired to honor fans as the ‘Seventh Canuck’ along with #10 (Pavel Bure), #12 (Stan Smyl), #16 (Trevor Linden), #19 (Markus Naslund) and #99 as part of the league-wide retirement to honor Wayne Gretzky. Bure was drafted 113th overall in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft and played 1991-1999 with Vancouver.
Smyl was drafted 40th overall in the 1978 NHL Amateur Draft and played his entire career with Vancouver retiring in 1991. Linden played with Vancouver twice during his NHL career that ran from 1988 to 2008 and Naslund joined the Canucks in 1996 after a trade from Pittsburgh and spent eight seasons as the team captain, a franchise record.
Retired jersey numbers are important to sports collectors as they use them as a guide to building a collection around. If you have any of these, you can keep them secure in our Vancouver Canucks Jersey Display Case.
Some key features of this jersey display case:
Holds a one autographed hockey jersey (sports memorabilia not included)
The jersey frame comes in your choice of wood, mahogany or black finish
Includes an engraved Vancouver Canucks logo
Officially Licensed by the NHL
Inner dimensions: 38"H x 29 1/2"W x 3"D
Outer dimensions: 42"H x 34 1/2"W x 3 1/2"D
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