1945 Lord Stanley Preston - Legends Textured Puck
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Add a piece of history to your hockey collection with this Lord Stanley Preston puck!
Lord Stanley of Preston was the Governor General of Canada from 1888 to 1893. In his final year in office, he donated a trophy to the championship hockey club in Canada. That trophy later became known as the Stanley Cup! The trophy was initially awarded to amateur teams, but later became a symbol of professional hockey supremacy. Stanley was honored by the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1945 as an “honored builder”.
This black & 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