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Minnesota Wild Single Hockey Puck Case
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Trivia fans will know that the first ever hockey goal scored by the Minnesota Wild was by rookie Marian Gaborik on October 6, 2000. It was in the team’s first ever NHL game which was played on the road in Anaheim against the Mighty Ducks. The first ever home goal scored for the Minnesota Wild was October 11, 2000 by Minnesota native Darby Hendrickson in the team’s first home game. Imagine what those hockey pucks would be worth if you could ever find them! Hockey pucks are huge collectibles for those who collect sports memorabilia. The game used and autographed pucks having somewhat more value than a regular puck bought as a souvenir during a game or online, but to the average puck collector, each puck has value and Minnesota Wild hockey pucks are no exception. If you have any you’ll want to keep them safe and protected in our Minnesota Wild Single Hockey Puck Display Case.
- Has space to hold a single hockey puck (not included)
- Comes with a FREE 2 line nameplate
- Includes an engraved Minnesota Wild logo
- NHL Officially Licensed
- Made in the USA
Inside dimensions are: 3 3/8” Wide, 3 ¼” Deep, And 2 ¾” High.
Overall dimensions are: 4 1/8” Wide, 5 1/8” Deep, And 4 ¼” High.
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