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2015-16 Colorado Avalanche Stadium Series 1st Period - 2/27/16

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  • 2015-16 Colorado Avalanche Stadium Series 1st Period - 2/27/16

    Chris Bigras - $770.00
    Tyson Barrie - $1,542.00
    Andrew Bodnarchuk - $450.00
    Andreas Martinsen (GI) - $520.00
    Blake Comeau - $835.00
    Mikhail Grigorenko - $820.00
    Nate Guenin (GI) - $480.00
    Gabriel Landeskog - $3,771.22
    John Mitchell - $795.00
    Cody McLeod - $1,019.99
    Matt Duchene - $2,120.00
    Calvin Pickard (Backup) - $720.00
    Zach Redmond (GI) - $489.44
    Semyon Varlamov - $880.98
    Jack Skille - $880.00
    Carl Soderberg - $1,020.00
    Alex Tanguay - $1,180.00
    Chris Wagner (GI) - $995.00
    Shawn Matthias - $990.00

    Gorgeous weather, a fresh breeze, and the breathtaking Rocky Mountains provided a scenic backdrop to the first NHL outdoor game played on ice a mile high. On Saturday, February 27, 2016, in front of an energetic crowd of 50,095 at Coors Field in Denver, the Detroit Red Wings defeated the Colorado Avalanche, 5-3, in the 2016 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series.

    The NHL-MeiGray Group Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program is proud to offer fans and collectors across the globe the opportunity to own a piece of history... the actual jersey prepared for use by #62 Chris Wagner of the Colorado Avalanche for the first period of this historic event.

    This white jersey is a <SIZE> and is registered into the NHL-MeiGray Game-Worn Jersey Authentication Program as number <NUMBER>

    The Avalanche's jerseys feature white as the main color; a connection to the snow-capped peaks of the Rockies. The C puck mark becomes a powerful front crest, an unmistakable reference to Colorado hockey. Streamlined sleeve striping connects to the bold visual of the Avalanche stripe, part of the team's socks since 1995. The modern styled collar features a 5,280 call out, referencing the Avalanche's home in the Mile High City. The Red Wings' jerseys are primarily red, with simplified white accents, creating a bold, striking stadium scale visual while staying true to the color identity of the franchise. The crest features a redesigned "D" logo, updated in its design style to connect more directly with the iconic modern day Winged Wheel logo. The single white diagonal stripe across the chest celebrates the iconic stripe of this storied Original Six franchise. Its diagonal placement is inspired by modern automotive aesthetics, and is a tribute to the automotive industry that has been a foundation of the city of Detroit. Stadium size numbers on the sleeves and back have been redesigned to better connect with the modern font style of the new "D" crest. The nameplate lettering is arched, as a way of connecting to the design of the team's current nameplate lettering.

    Affixed to the right shoulder of each jersey is the 2016 NHL Stadium Series Colorado patch.

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