The NHL’s number one draft pick makes his debut this Friday and at least two of the jerseys he’ll wear during the evening will be up for sale.
MeiGray Group, which has a game-worn deal with the New Jersey Devils says Jack Hughes will be wearing one new jersey in warmup, and one jersey in each of the three periods. The warm-up worn jersey and one of the three gamers will be available through the company.
MeiGray has also added the Devils to its list of teams for which it will be authenticating and marketing game-used pucks during the 2019-20 season.
Other teams in MeiGray’s game-worn program jersey this year are Boston, Columbus, Edmonton, New Jersey, Nashville, Philadelphia, and Washington. MeiGray will also be offering game-used pucks from all of those teams except Edmonton. They have also been acting as the distributor of game-used gear for Oilers’ star Connor McDavid.
MeiGray also says it will be offering jerseys from the Flyers’ season-opening Globel Series game in Prague, Czech Republic on Friday vs. the Chicago Black Hawks. The Flyers will be wearing one unique set with a Global Series 2019 patch, which will eventually be available at meigrayauctions.com.
MeiGray is again offering collectors the chance to pre-order game-worn jerseys during the 2019-20 season. The company’s authenticity and security tagging procedures allow anyone to order a jersey, then watch as it is being worn on the ice, and eventually receive it is turned over by the team. All jerseys are pre-tagged with individual serial numbers, and jerseys are checked post-use by MGG to confirm use as reported by the teams.
More information on MeiGray’s game-worn authentication program is available on the company’s website.