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Daniel Sedin Vancouver Canucks Speedwick Worn Shirt - Designed Specifically for the Millionaires Throwback Jerseys
Lot #343

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Daniel Sedin Vancouver Canucks Speedwick Worn Shirt - Designed Specifically for the Millionaires Throwback Jerseys
Lot #343
This grey speedwick shirt was worn by superstar Daniel Sedin. Sedin was drafted 2nd overall by the Vancouver Canucks in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft, the same draft where the Canucks selected his twin brother Henrik. Considered the “goal scorer” to Henrik’s “playmaker”, Daniel has had plenty of NHL accomplishments. Having just completed his 12th NHL season, he has an Art Ross Trophy, a Ted Lindsay Award, (1) 1st team and (1) 2nd team NHL All Star selection and has played in 2 NHL All Star games. On the international stage, Daniel has represented Team Sweden in the European Junior Championships, where we won a Gold Medal, (2) World Championships and the 2006 Olympics where, along with this brother Henrik, he captured Olympic Gold. Daniel has (4) seasons with 30+ goals, including a 41-goal effort in 2010-11. Lest we forget that Daniel helped lead the 2010-11 Canucks to the Presidents’ Trophy and the 7th game of the Stanley Cup Finals.

This grey speedwick was designed in conjunction with the Canucks wearing Vancouver Millionaires throwback jerseys against the Detroit Red Wings on March 16, 2013. The Millionaires were a team that played in the Pacific Coast Hockey Association from 1912-1922. These speedwick shirts were used by the players under their equipment, during press conferences and in the gym. These specific speedwicks were manufactured for this one game only and, as far as we know, were only issued one to a player.