Johnstown businessman Mike Migut and his mother, Margie, presented Johnstown Oldtimers Baseball Association President George Arcurio III an autographed Mario Lemieux No. 66 jersey to be raffled off to a lucky fan during the second night of the 76th AAABA Tournament at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point.
Arcurio said special tickets have been made for the Tuesday night game involving Johnstown’s Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors at the Point.
Every person who purchases a $5 ticket to enter the AAABA Tournament game on Tuesday at Sargent’s Stadium at the Point will be in the raffle to win the autographed jersey.
A high-scoring hall of fame forward, Lemieux helped the once-struggling Pittsburgh Penguins franchise win its first two NHL Stanley Cup championships in 1991 and 1992. He also is credited with helping to keep the franchise in Pittsburgh through his role as one of the Penguins owners.
In 2019, Migut, whose family owns Valley Printing in Johnstown, previously donated an autographed Sidney Crosby Pittsburgh Penguins jersey with an authentic commemorative AAABA 75th Anniversary patch. That jersey, which was obtained through Pittsburgh Penguins equipment manager and Johnstown native Dana Heinze, was raffled off to raise money for the tournament.