Lemieux, like Crosby, had a stellar junior career, was the first overall pick, led his team to a Stanley Cup and even had a "where were you when..." goal in the 1987 Canada Cup.
Oh does that bring back great memories!
Anyways, my point is, Lemieux was a dominant force on the ice, even in his return from retirement - he was the leader.
This card really caught my eye and I think is a good representation of that dominance.
1990/91 Upper Deck #144
It was in this year that cardboard photography really took a step up. Upper Deck pushed the boundaries of capturing photos that had never been seen before.
The low angle shot really evokes a sense of power. Anticipation. The calm before the storm.
A real unique looking card for its time.