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2014-15 Rich Nash New York Rangers Game Worn Jersey - Career Best 42-Goal Season - Photo Match Team Letter
Lot #104

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2014-15 Rich Nash New York Rangers Game Worn Jersey - Career Best 42-Goal Season - Photo Match Team Letter
Lot #104
This home blue air-knit gamer by Reebok was worn by Rick Nash during the 2014-15 NHL season. Nash was the 1st overall selection in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft by the Columbus Blue Jackets. In only his 2nd year, Nash exploded for a 41-goal outburst that was good enough to capture the 2003-04 Maurice “Rocket” Richard Trophy as the leagues top goal scorer. He was a member of the 2003 All-Rookie Team and has thus far played in 6 NHL All Star games. On the international scene, Nash has represented Team Canada in numerous World Championships and 3 Olympics. Nash struck for a career best 42 goals last year and now has three 40-goal seasons to his credit. His 378 career goals put him on pace to join the 500 Goal Club before his playing days are done.



Removed from the left shoulder of this gamer is the 2014 Stanley Cup Finals patch. Lighter game use exists on this 1st set size 56 sweater that includes some stick marks, burns and inner pilling. This jersey was worn by Nash beginning October 12th 2014 and thru November 23rd 2014. Shown above is a beautiful photo match of Nash wearing this exact jersey during the 2014-15 season. Affixed to the inside of the collar is the official NY Rangers game worn jersey barcode. Nash struck for a career best 42 goals while wearing this gamer during the 2014-15 season! This jersey will be accompanied by a Rangers team letter.