We know of one fan who was on the edge of his seat during Monday night’s marathon Stanley Cup hockey game.
Federal office Timothy Kelley was probably also trying to figure out how to get one of the jerseys from the historic game for his growing collection of gamers–and other stuff.
He has more jerseys than you could possibly wear in one hockey season, but you won’t find them on his back. Timothy Kelley’s game worn Penguins jerseys are tucked safely away.
The Department of Homeland Security officer is a big-time collector of hockey memorabilia who has had a brush or two with fame–and some friends in the right places– to help him add some nice pieces.
Add the better stuff up and he’s got an auction-worthy stash, but that’s not the point.
"If I sold it all, I wouldn’t have a house payment or a car payment. But it isn’t about money, it really isn’t," he told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette which offers up a nice feature story.
"It’s about the Penguins. That’s my team. I live and die with them."