Trailing 4-3 in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference playoff series with their cross-state rival on April 22, it looked like the Pittsburgh Penguins might be headed for a Game 7.
Then Jake Guentzel took over.
The 23-year-old from Nebraska went on a scoring spree that put his name in the history books and lifted Pittsburgh past the Philadelphia Flyers in their opening round series.
Guentzel scored a hat trick at Wells Fargo Center in Philly—and then added another late goal—rallying Pittsburgh to an 8-5 victory and sending them on to the second round.
Now, each one of those pucks is at MeiGray Auctions as part of an ongoing sale of Stanley Cup game-used items. The pucks bear the Stanley Cup playoff logo and commissioner’s signature on one side and the Flyers logo on the other.
Each puck was lifted off the ice by an on-ice NHL official, identified and secured by an off-ice official in the arena during or after the game, and then authenticated and affixed with a hologram by MeiGray.
Bidding opened at $50 per puck and will continue through June 6 at MeiGrayAuctions.com.