At the age of 18, Bobby Orr played in his first NHL game, beginning a legendary 12-year career that ended with him being regarded as one of the greatest players of all-time. As a defenseman, Orr revolutionized the position and became even a bigger threat on the offense. His quickness and open-ice agility helped Orr become the only blueliner to win the league scoring title (as of 2011). He won eight consecutive Norris Trophies (Best Defenseman) and three consecutive Hart Trophies (NHL MVP), while bringing Boston two Stanley Cups in 1970 and 1972. After a brief stint in Chicago, Orr retired in 1978. He was then inducted into the Hall of Fame the next year in 1979. Honor one of the legends of the game with this Heroes of Hockey jersey by CCM. It features a tackle twill logo on the front with Massachusetts' bicentennial patche embroidered on the shoulder, a custom player jock tag at the hem and Orr's name and number on the back.