Rare North Dakota Jersey from Toews’ Freshman Season
From one of the youngest players to ever wear the NHL’s Captain’s “C”, to winning multiple medals, trophies and awards, success is nothing new to Jonathan Toews.
And now collectors can add a prize of their own as the earliest known Toews’ gamer has hit the market.
The current Chicago Blackhawks star burst on to the college hockey scene as a North Dakota freshman in 2005-06, helping lead the Fighting Sioux to back-to-back Frozen Four appearances.
This rare Toews UND game worn jersey is the centerpiece of our nearly 50 Fighting Sioux gamers offered in this collection.
After North Dakota, Toews quickly succeeded in the NHL and before his second season was named the Hawks’ captain.
At the time, he was the third-youngest NHL player (age 20) to be awarded the permanent “C”. Only Sidney Crosby and Vinny Lecavalier were younger.
As Toews’ 8th NHL season is now underway, a look at what the young superstar has already accomplished:
FanTOEWStic Start to his Career
- 2 Stanley Cups
- 2 Olympic Gold Medals
- Conn Smythe Trophy
- Frank J. Selke Trophy
- 5-Time All Star
This Toews’ gamer, along with Fighting Sioux jerseys worn by Zach Parise, Mike Commodore, Chay Genoway and many more, are all available in the GAMEWORNAUCTIONS.NET Fall 2014 Auction.