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    Arrow Split a $380 Box Of ITG Superlative Hockey Box Break MUST SEE

    We did a coin flip to see who got the last card and i won it and the box beauty of it was mine minutes after pulling the Crosby 1/1 i pull this Mario Lemieux Game Worn 1996 All star game jersey Second Letter "E" IN His Name and by the way Its 1/1!!!!

    Joe thornton is 1/10
    Sam Gagner 1/30
    Luc Bourdon 1/10
    Lemieux 1/1


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    Wow amazing you have some luck lately!
    Collecting:
    Lee Stempniak
    (96.9%, 28 1/1's, 5 Gamers, 3 Sticks) & Cal Clutterbuck (91.0%, 21 1/1's, 1 Stick)
    Also always looking for Paul Stastny & Current Sabres RC's
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    Speaking of 1/1 i also pulled a philip rivers NFL logo patch 1/1 too lol but thats off the topic

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    i really need that gagner and maybe the bourdon if its available LMK

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    I only doing buying and selling so if you wanna PM with an offer id gladly look

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    Nice luck on the Mario and even Phillip as well even though it Football BOO!! lol.

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    crazy break, would be interested in the thornton but not buying, lmk if your looking to trade

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