Less than a month later, he would reach another significant milestone with his 500th career goal, making him the first player in NHL history with 500 goals and 2,500 penalty minutes.
This jersey can be identified as a 1989-90 jersey by the straight stripes on the arms, worn this way only two seasons, one of which was 1991-92 when the jersey was adorned with the NHL 75th Anniversary patch.
For all other years of this style, the sleeve stripes were at an angle across the arms.
Canada was one of three teams to wear Bauer jerseys, with the other two being Sweden and the Czech Republic. The Bauer teams were the only three to wear the larger 4 inch diameter World Cup logo patches and Canada was the only one of those to wear the patch on the chest rather than the upper left arm.