Jerseys worn by the U.S. team in the 2019 International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships are on the block through MeiGray Auctions, with proceeds benefitting USA Hockey.
The auction includes one set of blue jerseys donned by Patrick Kane, Quinn and Jack Hughes, Alex DeBrincat, Jack Eichel, Ryan Suter, Dylan Larkin and 18 other players.
The 2019 IIHF Men’s World Championship was held in Bratislave and Kosice, Slovakia from May 10 through May 26, 2019. The U.S. Men’s World Championship Team played its games at Steel Arena in Kosice, Slovakia and Ondrej Nepala Arena in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Nike made one set of blue and one set of white jerseys for the tournament. Each was bar-coded with the jerseys collected after each game by Team USA’s equipment staff. Each one has been tagged with an individually serial-numbered USA Hockey/MeiGray Authentication Program inventory tag. The players were given the set of white jerseys while the blues were designated for the fundraising auction.
The blue jerseys were worn in four games wore the set of blue jerseys in four games including:
*May 12, 2019, a 7-1 victory over France.
*May 13, 2019, a 3-2 overtime victory over Finland.
*May 15, 2019, a 6-3 victory over Great Britain.
*May 19, 2019, a 3-1 victory over Germany.
Bidding opened at $200 per jersey with the auction set to run through September 24 on MeiGray’s website.