Spend two minutes with one of Panini America's newest arrivals, a game-worn Brian Leetch sweater from the 2001-02 season bearing a patch of extreme significance.
Spend two minutes with one of Panini America‘s newest arrivals, a game-worn Brian Leetch sweater from the 2001-02 New York Rangers season bearing a patch of extreme significance.
12 Replies to “Panini America Mail Day: A Most Legendary Brian Leetch Game-Worn Rangers Sweater”
WOW! That sure does evoke emotions. As someone who was there in 2001, this would be extra special to pull.
Ian, I need you to email me.
Not a Rangers’ fan, but with the 9/11 patch, definitely something special. Please tell me you guys are going to keep the 9/11 patch intact.
Many people will find significance in pulling one of those cards, including me. Rest in peace to those passed, thankyou to those who helped and cherish each day to those who remember!
Given my career path as a firefighter paramedic and my love for the sport of hockey, this is truly an amazing piece.
You’re a good man, Barrie Grice.
As a big time Rangers game worn jersey collector, that is an absolute travesty that you would chop that jersey up.. Plain and simple..
Could not agree more deserves to be hung up in MSG for all to enjoy. Historical jerseys should never be cut up. Just wrong. I own Joe Sakic GU jersey that he was wearing when he scored his last NHL goal. Never going to be seen cut up.
+1, The rarity of the jersey and the historic value far surpasses some piece of cardboard. What happens when some schmuck bends or rips the card? You’ll have a ruined card and a jersey that will be no more. Shame on whoever sold it to that company.
You’re cutting up history. You should be ashamed of yourself. It’s just sickening.
“We were taken aback by how special it was…” So we’re going to destroy it by cutting it into little squares of fabric. All you see when you look at that jersey are dollar signs and a way to sell more cards. I wish someone could go to your house and find some of your childhood memories, make a two minute video about how special they are… and then shred them. That’s how you make something even more special I guess… destroy it.
Thumbs down, not sure cutting up something is the best way to preserve history