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04-12-2013, 01:02 PM #1
Tag Cards - Anyone ever researched?
I just picked up a Milan Hejduk Prime Authentics Tag the other day, and was wondering if anyone has ever done any research on the games played using their specific jersey tag? Interestingly (or not so interestingly lol) I did the research on mine, and found out that it was only worn for a single game! My tag is for the 09-10 new Avalanche third jersey - Ex: http://www.google.ca/imgres?um=1&saf...0&tx=176&ty=79
Sat, Jan 16 New Jersey SCRATCHED
Sun, Jan 31 NY Rangers INJURED
Sat, Feb 6 Edmonton INJURED
Mon, Mar 1 Detroit INJURED
Wed, Mar 24 LA Kings 1 G, +-0
Fri, Apr 9 Chicago SCRATCHED
The other two tags from this set are from 07-08 and 08-09, and mine would be the only new Third Jersey sooo that should mean that this is from the same jersey:
Panini doesn't have a huge amount of Hejduk jersey cards, so I would kind of assume they didn't buy a 4th jersey to cut up that was also a new Avalanche Third sweater. Could be wrong though!
Kind of useless info, but for a player collector this is really neat stuff to know about your collection. I'd love to hear if anyone else has done similar research?
04-14-2013, 05:37 PM #2
I had never thought about it, but now might interested to do a little research on my Letang.Collecting: 04/05 ITG Franchises Game Used Cards (In Hand 388/432)
Collecting: ITG Vintage (80's and earlier) Game Used Cards
Collecting: Penguins Goalie and Hard Signed Autographs & Game Used Sticks
Collecting: Hard Signed Autos of 1500 Point Forwards; 1000 Pt D-men & Max Talbot (solo player cards only)
04-14-2013, 10:36 PM #3
I have one a couple cards that caught my eye in the past - ITG has one of the very first ever game-worn Carey Price Montreal Canadiens jerseys, as their Superlative Get Real! 2 tag was from the 2005-06 pre-season, which was Carey's first training camp with the Habs. Panini also had a Prime Authentics tag of his last year that contained the sweater Carey wore during the 2nd period of the All Star Game in 2008-09. And that's pretty awesome.