Jerseys worn by the New Jersey Devils on the night they honored their new Hockey Hall of Fame inductee are on the block through MeiGray Auctions.
The Devils’ game-worn partner, MeiGray is offering more than two dozen gamers from the November 13 game against the Pittsburgh Penguins when the team honored three-time Stanley Cup winning goaltender Martin Brodeur. Each jersey carries a commemorative Brodeur patch sewn onto the right front.
The jerseys were the only ones worn that night and were used only in that 4-2 win.
Among those being auctioned are jerseys donned by Taylor Hall, Tylier Palmieri, Blake Coleman and Nico Hischier. Each jersey sold through MeiGray’s NHL team partnerships contains a special tag with covert security features that’s sewn in prior to use.
Bidding continues at MeiGrayAuctions.com through December 13 with each jersey carrying a $200 opening bid.