Some of the best-known names in hockey, along with some former Stanley Cup champions, took part in a tribute game last December to celebrate Igor Larionov's retirement from professional hockey after an astonishing career that spanned 27 pro seasons. The game was played December 13th at the Luzhniki Arena in Moscow and featured many of Larionov's former Detroit Red Wing teammates playing for "Team World", against a team of well-known Russian NHLers. "Team Russia" edged their opponents 6-5 in an entertaining spectacle. Three sets of jerseys were produced, with the players wearing each set for a period. The money raised by the sale of these jerseys will go to The Larionov Youth Hockey Charitable Foundation which Igor established to raise and disburse funds to support and develop amateur hockey players, both in North America and Russia. Many of the young athletes who will benefit from the foundation would not otherwise have the financial resources to participate in and play hockey. This Steve Duchesne white knit jersey has a Russian manufacturer's tag in the inner hem that indicates size 52. "WORLD" in individual letters is sewn on diagonally on the front along with a nice embroidered farewell game patch. Steve's number "28", the "2" of which he autographed in blue sharpie, is also a tackle twill-like material and sewn-on. Everything else, except for the "EFSI" patch on the back above "Osgood", is sublimated. A label sewn in the inner front hem includes the Larionov farewell game logo and reads "Set 3 Jersey". Neat jersey from a special night will come with a letter of authenticity signed by Igor Larionov.