You don’t want to miss this! Mike Sgroi is scheduled to be on the next episode of Game Worn Radio on September 5th at 9PM Eastern. Set your calendars and make sure to tune-in Live! We will be talking with Mike about his experiences in hockey and getting his opinion on our hobby.
Mike is a well known professional hockey enforcer who now works with youth hockey and MMA. He has had a number of stints with various teams. You can view his game stats here. You can also view his hockey fight cards here.
This show will be limited to 8 total callers. Questions for Mike can be pre-submitted to our Facebook Group.
On this episode of Game Worn Radio we discussed the art of trading and why it seems that trading has become so difficult lately. What the difference between perceived valuations and retail valuations are and how it can affect trades.
Casey also joined us during the show, and after a little bit of rib jabbing helped us talk about the current health of the vintage market.
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This week we had the pleasure of having Barry Meisel of The Meigray Group to talk about the Las Vegas Golden Knights game worn jersey program and a little bit about the practices and insights Barry had to offer on the hobby as a whole.
We asked the tough questions we did not expect to get answered but Barry wouldnt get tripped up. He was not afraid to answer any question that came his way.
Finally, we were able to announce an upcoming grab bag joint venture by The Classic Stuff and gamewornhockey.net. We will have more information on this offering and how you can reserve your entry in the next coming days.
Due to some technical issues this episode joins the guys already in discussion. They were talking about the differences adn events that happened in the early days of collecting and how even though some collectors view those days as the ‘glory days’, today’s era may be the best.
This topic will be discussed again in a future show so everyone can hear some stories regarding the previous years.
The show moving forward discusses how technology has assisted collectors in becoming more educated and making research easier which can consider recent years as the best years in the hobby.
Since Bobby cannot join on Mondays, we are considering a new time to start the show.