When it comes to collecting sports memorabilia hockey jerseys are one of the most impressive collectibles. For Colorado Avalanche fans there are four special jerseys to collect. The Avalanche retired numbers read like a who’s who from the history of the franchise. Joe Sakic, who was the heart and soul of the Avalanche, played from 1995 to 2009 and his #19 hangs in the rafters. Peter Forsberg’s #21, Patrick Roy’s #33, and Ray Bourque’s #77 all hang as well.
That’s right, there are only four retired numbers on the team. There are many other key players in the franchise history who are worthy of collecting as well. But if you are trying to collect the top Colorado Avalanche jerseys from team history, those four would be the best way to start. If you have an Avalanche jersey, you’ll want to keep put it on display with a jersey display case. A jersey frame will keep away dirt and dust, while allowing everyone to admire your prized hockey jersey. A Colorado Avalanche jersey display case is the best way to show off your sports collectible.
This Colorado Avalanche jersey display case features;
Has space to hold a single hockey jersey (not included)
Display has a clear acrylic front
The jersey frame comes in your choice of wood, mahogany or black finish
Includes an engraved Colorado Avalanche logo
NHL Officially Licensed product
Overall dimensions are: 34 1/2” Wide, 3 1/2” Deep, And 42” High.
Inner dimensions are: 29 1/2"Wide, 3"Deep and 38" High.
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