The first Stanley Cup playoff goal pucks off the sticks of young NHL standouts Mitch Marner and Pierre-Luc Dubois are among 35 post-season lots now up for bid through MeiGray Auctions.
The newly-launched sale also includes pucks from some major stars who scored in the opening games of Round 1 last month.
The goal by Dubois was one of two scored by Columbus in a thrilling double overtime game 3 between the Blue Jackets and the Washington Capitals, which was won by the Caps, 3-2. Marner’s goal was the second playoff tally of his career and came in Game 2 of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ series with the Boston Bruins.
Other first career Stanley Cup goal pucks in the auction include those from Jake DeBrusk, Kevin Miller, Alexander Wennberg and Seth Jones.
The auction also includes Sidney Crosby’s 61st career playoff goal puck and fourth of 2018. Crosby scored one of Pittsburgh’s five goals in Game 3 of their series with the Philadelphia Flyers. Pucks from Alexander Ovechkin (49th of his career), Evgeni Malkin (60th career), Rick Nash (16th); Artemi Panarin (4th) and Brad Marchand (18th) are among the others.
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 continues through May 23 at MeiGrayAuctions.com.