Wednesday, June 3, 2009

For Sale

Over at
Matched set of blue and white Vintage-style New York Rangers uniforms worn by talented blueliner (hahahahahahahahahahahaha) Tom Poti during the 2003-04 campaign. The white CCM is tagged in the collar in size 5g and displays the NHL's Vintage program crest on the upper chest. This Set 1 gamer was worn on January 19, 2004 against the Bruins at the Fleet Center and shows decent game wear with a number of black stick marks and some staining on both lower arms. The nearly identical blue example was worn against the Canadiens on January 17th, 2004 and shows light wear with a few marks. Both shirts come with MeiGray inventory tags and matching letters of authenticity detailing the games in which they were worn.
That there are three bids already - putting the price over $300 - troubles me.


Keith said...

This item reminds me of a Bill Simmons column about the worst NFL Christmas gifts one person can buy. Honestly, how can anyone think it's a good idea to pay $300 dollars for a Tom Poti 70s jersey. $3 wouldn't even be a fair price, it should have a guarantee that you can trade it in without paying extra for a better jersey, like Aaron Voros.

Ben said...

Tom Poti remembers dropping 4 points in MSG in the playoffs this year and laughs at you.

He was nowhere near as bad as you or the Edmonton fans made him out to be. it's hard to play well when you get boo'd in your own building every time you touch the puck.