Jerseys that don't involve the name Gretzky, or Orr, or hell anything like that, that if you saw you would think damn, what a jersey.
Here is my top 5 list.
1. Dave Babych - Canucks 1994 (With Stanley Cup Finals patch).
2. Bob Essensa - Winnipeg Jets
3. Scott Mellanby - Florida Panthers 1996 (Stanley Cup Finals patch again).
4. Dr. Randy Gregg - Edmonton Oilers.
5. Andre "Red Light" Racicot - Montreal Canadians (1993 Stanley Cup Finals Patch on for show).
Any other jerseys that are classics, often times for the wrong reasons.
What is your post really asking for? Obscure players with finals patches on them?
-Bob Rouse - Leafs 1993 with the Stanley Cup anniversary patch
-Kelly Krudey - Islanders jersey from the 1980's
-Dirk Graham - Chicago Blackhawks 1992 jersey with Cup finals patch
-Dale Hawerchuk 1980's Winnipeg Jets jersey (away) without the captain's "C"
-Ken Hodge Jr. 1992 Bruins vintage jersey with 75th anniversary patch
-Bob Probert jersey with Chicago (home) with blood stains.
No just some players that true hockey fans would recognize and say hot damn that is a nice jersey, and that is what a Babych jersey for instance would do. For instance a Pat Falloon or a Craig Janney jersey or better yet a Jason Muzzatti jersey from the Calgary Flames.
Just some great hockey names that are somewhat out there and most importantly original.
I just got two jerseys that I've been wanting a long time. A Mario Lemieux '85 yellow jersey and a Canadians Beliveau vintage with flannel #'s stitched on. My current wants are:
Goulet- Quebec home
Mahovlich - TO away
Larouche - Penguins (blue w/circle logo)