This is Frank Nighbor, the legendary "Pembroke Peach."
He played on Stanley Cup championship teams in 1920, 1921, 1923, and 1927. He was also the initial winner of two of the games greatest trophies: The Hart (1924) for Most Valuable Player; and the Lady Byng (1925 and 1926) for gentlemanly play and sportsmanship.
Because he was so gentlemanly he almost instantly became Lady Byng's favorite player. Lady Byng was the wife of Canada's Governor General, the Queen's representative in Canada. She was so impressed with Nighbor's clean play and sportsmanship she had the trophy for the most gentlemanly player made.
Because he played back in the 1920s every picture of Nighbor is in black and white. It's a shame, as these orange, black and white sweaters are quite something to see.
For more than a few thousand dollars you can show off Nighbor's colorful 1927-28 sweater in your hockey den. ClassicAuctions.net has an authenticated game-worn Nighbor sweater for sale. The going price was nearing $15,000 when I published this article.
It really is an amazing collectible. It is an wool uniform with a felt and chain-stich shield proclaiming "World Champs 1926-27," referencing the team's Stanley Cup championship the previous season. There is only one other authenticated vintage Ottawa Senators sweater known to exist, also a Nighbor original.