NHL Stars of the 2000s: What's their Jersey Number?

NHL Stars of the 2000s: What's their Jersey Number?

For many decades, hockey players simply wore jersey numbers from 1 to 30. Over the last few decades, virtually any number up to 99 is fair game. Let's see how well you know the jersey numbers of many of hockey's best players from the past 20 years! In a few cases, I will include some players who played a little bit before then.

What number has Sergei Bobrovsky worn for numerous teams?

What number did Carey Price wear for Montreal?

What number does the Blues' Ryan O'Reilly wear?

What number does David Krejci wear for the Bruins?

What number does Patrick Kane wear for Chicago?

What number did Henrik Lundqvist wear for the Rangers?

What number does Kris Letang wear?

What number does Leon Draisaitl wear?

What number does Sidney Crosby wear?

What number does Erik Karlsson wear?

What number did Tukka Rask wear for the Bruins?

What number does Auston Matthews wear?

What number does Phil Kessel wear?

What number does Jonathan Quick wear for the Kings?

What number does Victor Hedman wear for Tampa Bay?

What number does Steven Stamkos wear for Tampa?

What number does Evgeni Malkin wear for Pittsburgh?

What number does Alex Ovechkin wear?

What number does Brad Marchand wear for the Bruins?

What number did Patrice Bergeron wear for the Bruins?

What number does Jonathan Toews wear?

What number does Nikita Kucherov wear for Tampa Bay?

What number does Connor McDavid wear?

What number did Johnny Gaudreau wear in Calgary?

What number did P.K. Subban wear for Nashville?

NHL Stars of the 2000s: What's their Jersey Number?

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