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2014 Sochi Olympics Team USA Men (vs Slovenia, Warm-ups & 1st) - 2/16/14

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  • 2014 Sochi Olympics Team USA Men (vs Slovenia, Warm-ups & 1st) - 2/16/14

    David Backes - $3,020.00
    Dustin Brown - $2,223.00
    Ryan Callahan - $1,332.00
    John Carlson - $2,560.00
    Cam Fowler - $1,500.00
    Patrick Kane - $2,520.00
    Ryan Kesler - $980.00
    Phil Kessel - $1,464.00
    Paul Martin - $1,025.00
    Ryan McDonagh - $2,020.00
    Ryan Miller - $2,780.00
    Brooks Orpik - $1,683.00
    T.J. Oshie - $3,020.00
    Max Pacioretty (GI) - $819.00
    Zach Parise - $4,760.00
    Joe Pavelski - $2,144.26
    Jonathan Quick (GI) - $2,500.00
    Kevin Shattenkirk - $1,020.00
    Paul Stastny - $1,100.00
    Ryan Suter - $1,721.00
    James van Riemsdyk - $1,020.00
    Blake Wheeler - $975.00
    Derek Stepan - $1,460.00
    Justin Faulk (GI) - $720.61
    Jimmy Howard (Backup Only) - $879.00

    Welcome to USA Hockey-MeiGray Group's 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games Team USA Game-Worn Jersey Auction.

    USA Hockey and MeiGray, "The Official Game-Worn Source of USA Hockey" have teamed so that fans across the globe can own a piece of Team USA from Sochi 2014. The Olympic Winter Games were held in Sochi, Russia from February 7, 2014 through February 23, 2014.

    The USA Hockey-MeiGray Group Game-Worn Authentication Program is proud to offer fans and collectors across the globe the opportunity to own a piece of history ... the set of white Throwback jerseys worn during the warmup and first periods of Team USA's third Group A preliminary round game, a 5-1 victory over Slovenia on February 16, 2014 at Shayba Arena in Sochi.

    There were two sets of white Throwback jerseys manufactured by Nike and prepared for use by the 2014 U.S. Olympic Men's Team vs. Slovenia on February 16, 2014. Each jersey was bar-coded before the tournament. The sets of jerseys were collected after each game by Team USA's equipment staff. Each jersey offered in auction has been security-tagged with an individually serial-numbered USA Hockey-MeiGray Authentication Program inventory tag.

    This auction is for the actual white throwback jersey worn by <PLAYER>, during warmups and the first period.

    <PLAYER> wore this jersey during warmups and the 1st period of the United States' 5-1 victory over Slovenia.

    This jersey, a <SIZE>, has been registered in the USA Hockey-MeiGray Game-Worn Authentication Program as number <NUMBER>.

    Proceeds will benefit the USA Hockey Foundation.

    Team USA's Men's squad wore seven sets of jerseys in the Olympic Games, two white, two white Throwback, and three blue.

    *One Set of white jerseys, worn during Team USA's 7-1 tournament-opening win over Slovakia, as well as vs. the Czech Republic and Canada, were presented to the players.
    *One set of white jerseys, also worn during the game vs. Slovakia are also now up for bid by USA Hockey-MGG
    *One set of blue jerseys, worn throughout the 5-0 loss to Finland in the Bronze Medal game, will be auctioned by USA Hockey-MGG beginning Tuesday, March 25.
    *One set of blue jerseys, worn in the second, third, overtime and shootout of Team USA's 3-2 victory over Russia in the preliminary round, including the jersey worn by T.J. Oshie, will be auctioned by USA Hockey-MGG beginning Tuesday, April 1.
    *One set of white Throwback jerseys, worn during the second and third periods of Team USA's 5-1 victory over Slovenia in the preliminary round, will be auctioned by USA Hockey-MGG beginning Tuesday, March 25.
    *One set of blue jerseys, worn in the warmup and first period vs. Russia, were retained by the NHL Players Association.

    Team USA's Silver-Medal Winning Women's team wore two sets of jerseys in the Olympic Games, one white and one blue. The women were presented with their white jerseys after the tournament. The one set of blue jerseys, worn in Team USA's 3-1 victory over Finland, 9-0 victory over Switzerland, and 6-1 Medal Round victory over Sweden, will be auctioned by USA Hockey-MGG beginning Tuesday, April 1.

    The USA Hockey-MeiGray Game-Worn Authentication Program offers game-used and autographed items from the Men's and Women's U.S. Olympic Teams, Men's and Women's U.S. World Championship Teams, U.S. teams that have competed in the World Junior Championships, and much, much more.

    The USA Hockey Foundation is a charitable and educational non-profit corporation that provides long-range financial support for USA Hockey and promotes the growth of hockey in the United States.

    The Foundation's primary goals are to enhance USA Hockey's mission and activities; to provide funding for education and training of high performance athletes; and to provide opportunities for greater participation throughout the country.

    The MeiGray Group is the world's leading authenticator of, and source for, game-worn hockey jerseys. The Branchburg, N.J., company is authenticating partners with the National Hockey League, 9 of the 30 NHL teams, and the ECHL. MeiGray has authenticated and sold nearly 100,000 game-worn jerseys since it was founded in 1997. MeiGray has also partnered with the National Basketball Association since 2006.

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