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2005-06 Raffi Torres Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Finals Game Worn Jersey - "2006 Stanley Cup Finals - Photo Match - Team Letter
Lot #121

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2005-06 Raffi Torres Edmonton Oilers Stanley Cup Finals Game Worn Jersey - "2006 Stanley Cup Finals - Photo Match - Team Letter
Lot #121
This home blue air-knit gamer by Reebok and Elite Sportswear was worn by Raffi Torres during the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals. The New York Islanders selected Torres with the 5th overall pick in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. After 2 years on the Island, Torres was dealt to the Edmonton Oilers where he spent the next 4 seasons and made a trip to the Cup Finals. Raffi next suited up for a couple of seasons in Columbus, a partial year in Buffalo, a single season with Vancouver, where he made another trip to the Finals and a year in Phoenix prior to the start of 2012-13. 

Sewn to the right breast of this gamer is the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals patch. The sleeves on this jersey have been customized. The game wear on this size 56 sweater consists of stick marks, board burns and inner pilling. Shown above is a beautiful photo match of Torres wearing this exact jersey during the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals. Sewn to the inside strap is the official NHL game worn jersey tagging. Sewn to the hem is the official Edmonton Oilers game worn jersey and set tagging which signifies this as being worn in the Stanley Cup Finals. This photo matched example was worn by Torres during games three and four of the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals in front of the hometown fans in Edmonton. This jersey will be accompanied by an Oilers team letter.