Add a piece of history to your hockey collection with this Daniel Sedin puck!
For 17 seasons, Daniel Sedin patrolled the ice for the Vancouver Canucks alongside twin brother Henrik. The pair were the foundation of the organization, representing it with grace and class while consistently performing at a high level. Selected second overall by the Canucks in 1999, he led the team in scoring six times, including 104 points in 2011 to lead the entire NHL. Named a 1st Team All-Star and recipient of the Ted Lindsay Awards that season, Sedin retired in 2018 as the franchise leader with 393 goals and 138 power play goals. He helped Sweden win the 2006 Olympic gold medal, as well as the 2013 World Championship title.
This black and white puck features the player’s image, name, and the year they were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. The 3D engraving adds texture that you won’t find with just a regular printed puck, making this a stand-out in your collection!
- 3D engraved, creating a unique textured look and feel
- Enhanced black & white imaging and artwork
- Designed and decorated in North America
- Regulation Size (3" x 3" x 1") and Weight (6 oz.)
- Licensed by the Hockey Hall of Fame
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