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THE PENS VAULT Home The Vault The Jersey Vault > Penguins Game Worn Jerseys (All) > 2003-04 Season 2005-06 Season 2006-07 Season 2007-08 Season 2008-09 Season 2009-10 Season 2010-11 Season 2011-12 Season 2012-13 Season 2013-14 Season 2014-15 Season 2015-16 Season 2016-17 Season Other Game Worn Jerseys (ALL) > NHL Jerseys > Anaheim Ducks Arizona Coyotes Colorado Avalanche Columbus Blue Jackets Dallas Stars Florida Panthers Los Angeles Kings Minnesota Wild New York Islanders New York Rangers Pittsburgh Penguins San Jose Sharks AHL Jerseys > Oklahoma City Barons Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins ECHL Jerseys > Wheeling Nailers Practice Jerseys (ALL) > NHL Practice Jerseys AHL Practice Jerseys Collegiate Jerseys Signed Authentic Jerseys Sold/Traded Want List The Equipment Vault > Game Used Helmets Game Used Gloves Game Used Skates Game Used Pants/Shells Game Socks Game Used Sticks Equipment Bags Locker Room Name Plates/ Misc Items Sold/Traded Autographs Miscellaneous History Website Links Contact Email Pens Vault Survey FOR SALE Pittsburgh Penguins Game Worn Jerseys 2003-04 SEASON Drake Berehowsky 2003-04 Home Set 1 Jersey   NUMBER: 55            BIRTHDATE: January 3rd 1972 HEIGHT: 6'2"            BIRTHPLACE: Toronto, ON, CAN WEIGHT: 211            DRAFTED: TOR 1990 Entry Draft SHOOTS: Right         ROUND: 1st (10th overall)      Drake Berehowsky was drafted in the 1st round of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft by his hometown Toronto Maple Leafs. Berehowsky played parts of 5 seasons in Toronto before he was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Grant Jennings in 1995. He appeared in only 4 games with the team before he was sent to the minors. At the conclusion of the season Drake was an unrestricted free agent. On September 30th 2007, Drake signed a contract with the Edmonton Oilers. Berehowsky was traded to the Nashville Predators in 1998 and would play there until 2001 when he was traded to the Vancouver Canucks. Berehowsky's time with the Canucks was short, as he would once again be traded on December 28, 2001 to the Phoenix Coyotes where he would be a mainstay on the Coyotes blueline. Drake signed with Pittsburgh in August of 2003. After 47 games with the team, Berehowsky would once again be on the move, as on February 11, 2004, the Penguins traded Berehowsky to his original NHL team, the Toronto Maple Leafs. He finished out the season in Toronto and ultimately his NHL Career. ​     Drake Berehowsky wore this home set jersey for 15 games. He scored 1 goal and added 3 assists over that span. Drake also managed 20 penalty minutes. ​ Ross Lupaschuk 2003-04 Home Set 1 Jersey   NUMBER: 34            BIRTHDATE: January 19th 1981 HEIGHT: 6'1"            BIRTHPLACE: Edmonton, AB, CAN WEIGHT: 218            DRAFTED: WAS 1999 Entry Draft SHOOTS: Right         ROUND: 2nd (34th overall) ​     Ross Lupaschuk was drafted in the 2nd round, 34th overall by the Washington Capitals. Before turning pro, his rights were traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins. He played four seasons in the Pittsburgh organization, primarily with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the AHL. Ross suited up for the Pens in three games during the 2002-03 season. As a restricted free agent in 2005, Lupaschuk elected not to re-sign with the Penguins for the upcoming season and instead opted for Mora IK, in Sweden. The following year he played for Malmo Redhawks, also in Sweden, but left the team during the season for Karpat, in Finland. In 2007, he transferred to Avangard Omsk Oblast of the Russian league. In 2008, he joined the HC Sibir Novosibirsk of the Kontinental Hockey League after a tryout with the Anaheim Ducks. He played there until mid January and signed on  January 22nd 2009 by Mora IK. On November 3, 2009, Lupaschuk signed a contract to play with HIFK for the remainder of the season. Ross attended the Phoenix Coyotes training camp at the start of the 2009-10 season, but was released on September 20, 2009.      This home set 1 jersey was game issued to Ross Lupaschuk. Ross never suited up for the big club during the 2003-04 season. The team equipment tag is sewn into the rear hem. 2005-06 SEASON ​ Josef Melichar 2005-06 Road Set 1 Jersey NUMBER: 2           BIRTHDATE: January 20th 1979 HEIGHT: 6'2"         BIRTHPLACE: Ceske Budejovice, Czechoslovakia WEIGHT: 220         DRAFTED: PIT 1997 Entry Draft SHOOTS: Left        ROUND: 3rd (71st Overall) ​     Melichar was drafted in the 3rd round (71st overall) by the Penguins in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft. Melichar's first pro season was spent with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League (AHL) in their inaugural 1999–00 season. He was the only member of the team to play in all 80 games. Melichar made his NHL debut as a 21-year-old in October 2000, and played in 18 games for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins were stacked with Czech players that season, with Melichar being one of eleven to suit up for the team. He was sent down to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and participated in their long playoff run, which ended with a loss in the 2001 Calder Cup finals. He became a permanent fixture on Pittsburgh's blueline in 2001–02, with a strong rookie season that ended prematurely with a shoulder injury. After being rewarded with a one-way contract, Melichar only played eight games in the 2002–03 season due to re-aggravation of the shoulder injury. After several shoulder surgeries, Melichar came prepared for training camp in 2003, only to injure the same shoulder yet again. However, the injury was not as severe as expected, and he was able to play in all 82 games in the 2003–04 season. He also scored his first NHL goal that season (in his 137th NHL game) against John Grahame and the Tampa Bay Lightning on January 27, 2004 in a 6-2 Penguins loss. On July 1, 2008, Melichar signed with the Carolina Hurricanes. Melichar was then traded by the Hurricanes, along with Wade Brookbank and a fourth round draft pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, to the Tampa Bay Lightning for Jussi Jokinen on February 7, 2009. He then left his club the Tampa Bay Lightning in July 2009 and he then turned back to his hometown České Budějovice and signed for HC České Budějovice. ​     Josef Melichar wore this road set jersey for a total of 12 games. He logged 2 assists and 16 penalty minutes during that span. ​2006-07 SEASON Colby Armstrong 2006-07 Home Set 2  Jersey    NUMBER: 20               BIRTHDATE: November 23rd 1982  HEIGHT: 6'3"               BIRTHPLACE: Lloydminster, SK, CAN  WEIGHT: 195               DRAFTED: PIT 2001 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Right            ROUND: 1st (21st Overall)         Colby Armstrong was drafted by the Penguins in the 1st round of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. He made his NHL debut during the 2005-06 season tallying 47 points in 40 games. In 2006 the Penguins re-signed Armstrong to a two year 2.2 million contract. In February of 2008, Army was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers for Marian Hossa and Pascal Dupuis. After his time in Atlanta, Colby went on to play for the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Montreal Canadiens. He Currently serves as an analyst for Sportsnet.  Jarkko Ruutu 2006-07 Road Set 1 Jersey   NUMBER: 37                 BIRTHDATE: August 23rd 1975  HEIGHT: 6'2"                 BIRTHPLACE: Vantaa, Finland  WEIGHT: 204                 DRAFTED: VAN 1998 Entry Draft   SHOOTS: Left                ROUND: 3rd (68th Overall)      Jarkko Ruutu was drafted by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. He played his first full NHL season in 2001-02 building a reputation as a "Pest" or "goon". Jarkko signed with the Pittsburgh Penguins as a free agent in July of 2006. In Ruutu's first season with the Pens, he recorded 7 goals and 16 points. He also registered 125 penalty minutes. After the 2007-08 season, Ruutu signed with the Ottawa Senators. He played two and a half seasons in Canada's capital before being traded to Anaheim. After the 2010-11 season, Jarkko called it a career. Ruutu played twenty games in this jersey. He had three helpers and amassed 53 penalty minutes during that span. 2007-08 Season Eastern Conference/ Atlantic Division Champions Erik Christensen 2007-08 Road Set 3 Jersey    NUMBER: 16               BIRTHDATE: December 17th 1983  HEIGHT: 6'1"               BIRTHPLACE: Edmonton, AB, CAN  WEIGHT: 200               DRAFTED: PIT 2002 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 3rd (69th Overall)       Erik Christensen was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins, in the third round, (69th overall) of the 2002 NHL Entry Draft. In the 2002–03 season, Christensen received the Bob Clarke Trophy for being the leading scorer of the Western Hockey League (WHL). He tallied 108 points (54 goals) in 67 games with the Kamloops Blazers. The 2004-05 NHL lockout left the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League (AHL) stacked with talent, but Christensen impressed Penguins management by scoring 27 points (14 goals) in his first pro season. In the 2005–06 season, he jumped out of the gate quickly, tallying 19 points (9 goals) in only 9 games. The Pittsburgh Penguins called him up on October 31, 2005. Christensen scored his first NHL goal on November 3, 2005, against the New York Islanders (against goaltender Rick Dipietro) at 15:43 into the 2nd period. Another promising rookie for the Penguins in 2005–06 (along with Sidney Crosby, Colby Armstrong, Ryan Whitney and others), Christensen earned 13 points (6 goals) in 33 games with the Penguins during his rookie campaign. On February 26, 2008, the Atlanta thrashers acquired Christensen along with Colby Armstrong,  Angelo Esposito, and a 1st Round Draft Pick in a trade deadline deal that sent Marian Hossa and Pascal Dupuis to the Penguins. This was the last jersey that Christensen wore as a Penguin. Ty Conklin 2007-08 Home Set 2 Jersey  NUMBER: 35               BIRTHDATE: March 30th 1976  HEIGHT: 6'0"               BIRTHPLACE: Phoenix, AZ, USA  WEIGHT: 184               DRAFTED: Undrafted (Signed with Edmonton 2001)  CATCHES: Left             ROUND: N/A ​     With the completion of his career at the University of New Hampshire in the spring of 2001, Conklin signed a professional contract as an undrafted free agent with the Edmonton Oilers. He spent the bulk of his first two seasons with the Hamilton Bulldogs, the then-shared American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate for the Oilers and Montreal Canadiens, and led the Bulldogs to within one win of a Calder Cup championship in 2003. Following the start of free agency on July 1 2006, Conklin was signed as an unrestricted free agent by the Columbus Blue Jackets, on July 6. He was expected to compete for the Blue Jackets' backup goaltending position, however coach Gerard Gallant opted to go with internationally experienced Fredrik Norrena. Conklin was subsequently waived and sent to the Jackets' AHL affiliate, the Syracuse Crunch. On February 27, 2007, Conklin was acquired by the Buffalo Sabres in a trade for a 5th round pick in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. In his first start with the Sabres, Conklin made a then-career high 42 saves in a win over the Florida Panthers. ​     On July 19, 2007, Conklin was signed as a UFA by the Pittsburgh Penguins to a $500,000, one-year, two-way contract (that would pay him $100,000 in the AHL, exempting him from re-entry waivers). After being assigned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton of the AHL on September 22, he was recalled by Pittsburgh on an emergency basis on December 6, when starting goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury suffered a high ankle sprain. His first appearance on December 11 in Philadelphia was noted and extremely unprepossessing, as he relieved Dany Sabourin in the third period of an ugly game with the division rival Flyers and promptly earned a 9.00 GAA by allowing the final three goals in an 8–2 blowout loss. Although initially expected to remain Sabourin's backup, Conklin instead became a sensation as Pittsburgh's de facto starting goaltender, winning his first nine starts from December 20, playing all but one game in the month of January.       Conklin helped the team to not only sustain, but advance their position in the standings during Fleury's extended injury. He played in 33 games for the Penguins, finishing with a personal record of 18–8–5 and a save percentage of .923, 2nd overall in the NHL, and a single-season franchise record. Though he did not play, he served as Fleury's backup in all twenty of the team's post-season games, as Pittsburgh reached the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals, losing to the Detroit Red Wings four games to two. ​     Due to the existence of the salary cap, the fact that Pittsburgh had both Fleury and Sabourin under one-way contracts for 2008–09, and the likelihood of his ability to earn a major increase in both playing time and salary (the 50% raise that eventually came from the Red Wings, who guaranteed him 30 games, was seen as a bargain) with his 2007–08 performance, despite Conklin's significant and memorable contribution to the team, the Penguins did not renew his contract, and decided to allow him to reach unrestricted free agency once more on July 1. ​     Conklin wore this home set 2 jersey for 8 games. During that stretch he posted a 6-1-1 record while posting 2 shutouts. He maintained a GAA of 1.50 and a save percentage of 0.94. Hal Gill 2007-08 Home Set 3 Jersey    NUMBER: 2                 BIRTHDATE: April 6th1975  HEIGHT: 6'7"               BIRTHPLACE: Concord, MA, USA  WEIGHT: 250               DRAFTED: BOS 1993 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 8th (207th Overall) ​     After being drafted in the eighth round, 207th overall in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins, Gill spent four years playing for Providence College. He entered the NHL during the 1997–98 NHL season and played over 600 regular season games over eight seasons with the Bruins. During the 2004–05 NHL lockout, Gill played for Lukko in the Finnish SM-liiga.      On July 1, 2006, the Toronto Maple Leafs signed Gill to a three-year deal. Gill had some of the best numbers of his career in Toronto while working on discipline and lowering his penalty minutes. On February 26, 2008, Toronto traded him to the Pittsburgh Penguins for a second round draft pick in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft and a fifth round pick in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft.      The Penguins traded for him on the same day that they received Marian Hossa from the Atlanta Thrashers. He helped them win the Eastern Conference and to advance to the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals, where they lost in six games.      On June 12, 2009, Hal Gill hoisted the Stanley Cup over his head after the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena in seven games.      Gill wore this jersey for a total of seven games. In that time he scored 1 goal and picked up 2 assists. Also, he registered 4 penalty minutes and had a plus 9 rating. Ryan Malone 2007-08 Road Set 2 Jersey (Edge 1.0)  NUMBER: 12               BIRTHDATE: December 1st 1979  HEIGHT: 6'4"               BIRTHPLACE: Pittsburgh, PA, USA  WEIGHT: 219               DRAFTED: PIT 1999 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 4th (115th Overall)      Pittsburgh native Ryan Malone wore this road set 2 jersey from 10/5/07 through 11/10/07. During this time Malone scored 1 goal and added 2 assists, along with 19 penalty minutes. Malone was a vital asset to the Penguins during their run to the Stanley Cup Final against the Detroit Red Wings. Ryan finished the 07-08 season with 27 goals and 24 assists through 77 games. Gary Roberts 2007-08 Road Set 2 Jersey (Signed)  NUMBER: 10               BIRTHDATE: May 23rd 1966  HEIGHT: 6'2"               BIRTHPLACE: North York, ON, CAN  WEIGHT: 215               DRAFTED: CGY 1984 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 1st (12th Overall)      Gary Roberts was drafted by the Calgary Flames 12th overall in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft. Roberts won the Stanley Cup with the Flames in 1989. Roberts retired after the 1995-96 season due to a serious neck injury. After sitting out a whole season, Roberts returned to the NHL, this time with the Carolina Hurricanes. Roberts made stops in Toronto, Florida and Pittsburgh. After the 2007-08 season, Roberts was traded to the Tampa Bay lightning. He would finish out the 2008-09 season with the Bolts before finally calling it a career. This Penguins road set jersey was worn by Gary on October 5th 2007 at Carolina for the Penguins season opener vs the Hurricanes. Roberts did not record any points in the Penguins 4-1 loss to the Canes. Scary Gary had 18 shifts, 1 shot on goal, and logged 14:43 of ice time. The jersey is signed on the back by Gary. Dana Heinze, the Penguins equipment manager has annotated the date as to which this jersey was worn on the inside of the jersey. Petr Sykora 2007-08 Home Set 1 Jersey (Edge 1.0)  NUMBER: 17               BIRTHDATE: November 16th 1976  HEIGHT: 6'0"               BIRTHPLACE: Plzen, Czech Republic  WEIGHT: 190               DRAFTED: NJD 1995 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 1st (18th Overall)       In his first season with the Penguins, Petr Sykora made his home debut in this home set 1 jersey. Sykora scored his first 2 goals as a Penguin, and added an assist in the Penguins 5-4 rout of the Anaheim Ducks on October 6th. This jersey was used throughout the pre-season and the home opener, as well as the community relations events. The penguins switched to set 2 jerseys after this game, and ultimately used 3 sets that year, switching from the not so popular Edge 1.0 style jerseys to the Edge 2.0 style. 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs Petr Sykora 2007-08 Home Stanley Cup Playoffs Jersey (Rounds 1-3)  NUMBER: 17               BIRTHDATE: November 16th 1976  HEIGHT: 6'0"               BIRTHPLACE: Plzen, Czech Republic  WEIGHT: 190               DRAFTED: NJD 1995 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 1st (18th Overall) ​     Petr Sykora finished the 2007-08 season, his first with the Pittsburgh Penguins, with 63 points in 81 games. His 28 goals and 35 assists placed him 4th amoung Penguins players in points trailing only Crosby, Malkin and Gonchar. Sykora wore this home playoff set jersey durimg the first three rounds of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Petr Sykora scored 5 goals in the 8 games that he suited up for while wearing this jersey. The Penguins powered through the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, and Philadelphia Flyers to set up a Stanley Cup Finals matchup against the Detroit Red Wings. The Penguins fell to the hands of the Red Wings in six games. 2008-09 Season Stanley Cup Championship Season Paul Bissonnette 2008-09 Road Set 1 Jersey (1st NHL Point)    NUMBER: 16               BIRTHDATE: March 11th 1985  HEIGHT: 6'4"               BIRTHPLACE: Welland, ON, CAN  WEIGHT: 220               DRAFTED: PIT 2003 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left              ROUND: 4th (121st Overall)      Paul Bissonnette was drafted in the 4th round (121st overall) by the Pittsburgh Penguins during the 2003 NHL Entry Draft. He began his professional career in 2005 with the Pittsburgh Penguins ECHL affiliate, the Wheeling Nailers. After only playing 14 games, he made the jump to the AHL and played for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins where he suited up for 55 games. Due to Paul’s size and physicality, he earned a spot on the Pittsburgh Penguins’ roster to start the 2008-09 season. Biz-nasty picked up his 1st NHL point assisting on Tyler Kennedy’s goal, on October 16 2008 against the Philadelphia Flyers. He was later waived by the Penguins that year and spent the remainder of the season in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. On October 1 2009 Bissonnette was claimed by the Phoenix Coyotes after failing to make the Penguins squad out of training camp. Paul recorded his 1st NHL point (assist) in this jersey on January 13 2009 at Philadelphia. Matt Cooke 2008-09 Home Set 1 Jersey  NUMBER: 24               BIRTHDATE: September 7th 1978  HEIGHT: 5'11"             BIRTHPLACE: Belleville, ON, CAN  WEIGHT: 208               DRAFTED: Van 1997 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left               ROUND: 6th (144th Overall)          During the 08-09 season, the Penguins held player votes to determine who the alternate captains would be for the month. December rolled around and Matt Cooke's name was called. Matt wore this home set 1 jersey for 4 games. He managed only 2 assists, while putting up 4 penalty minutes. This would be the first time in Cooke's NHL career that he would don a letter on his jersey. 2008 NHL Premiere: Pittsburgh Vs Ottawa at Stockholm Sweden ​ Ruslan Fedotenko 2008 NHL Premiere Home Jersey   NUMBER: 26                BIRTHDATE: January 18th 1979  HEIGHT: 6'1"                BIRTHPLACE: Kiev, Ukraine  WEIGHT: 200                DRAFTED: Undrafted (Signed with PHI in 1999)  SHOOTS: Left                ROUND: N/A      Fedotenko went undrafted and first entered the NHL after being signed by the Philadelphia Flyers in 1999.  Fedotenko signed his third consecutive one-year contract, a $2.25 million deal with Pittsburgh Penguins in July 2008. Ruslan neared career-high totals with 39 points in 67 games.      This specialty patched jersey was worn for two games by Penguins forward Ruslan Fedotenko. The first occurrence was during the pre-season finale game played in Helsinki Finland on October 2nd, Vs Jokerit. During that game, Fedotenko picked up a goal from a Sidney Crosby pass. The Pens went on to win that game 4-1. The second time Ruslan wore this jersey was during the 2nd game of the NHL Premiere played on October 5th 2008. The Penguins played host to the Ottawa Senators in a 3-1 Loss, just a day after defeating the same Senators squad 4-3 in overtime. Fedotenko logged just over 20 minutes of playing time, making 2 separate trips to the sin bin. The jersey has a special game tag sewn into the rear hem, as well as the NHL Premiere patch sewn to the chest. Janne Pesonen 2008-09 Road Set 1 Rookie Jersey (NHL Debut)  NUMBER: 20               BIRTHDATE: May 11th 1982  HEIGHT: 5'11"             BIRTHPLACE: Suomussalmi, Finland  WEIGHT: 180               DRAFTED: ANA 2004 Entry Draft  SHOOTS: Left               ROUND: 9th (269th Overall)          Janne Pesonen was signed as a free agent in July of 2008.

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