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The Boston Bruins-MeiGray Group Game-Worn Authenticated Program has created a stunning Limited Edition memento to celebrate the Bruins 2011 Eastern Conference Championship.
The 2010-11 Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Playoffs Game-Used Stick Collection is a beautifully designed, hand-crafted and framed piece depicting the game-used sticks of the 22 players who have marched the Bruins to the 2010-11 Eastern Conference Championship and the 2011 Stanley Cup Final.
Its a Limited Edition of 50, numbered to ensure that only 50 were produced.
And every individual piece is unique because each boldly displays a different portion of the players Game-Used Stick.
Number 1 of 50 is depicted, but remember that each piece is unique. You may request a particular Limited Edition number, while they last, by putting that request in special instructions when you order.
If your requested number is not in stock, we will assign you the lowest numbered unit available.
Numbers 1, 4 and 8 are not available.
The handsomely framed unit is in black, with gold and white trim. It measures 34 inches wide by 28 inches high by 3 inches deep. It will look perfect proudly displayed in your Bruins Memorabilia Room.
Every unit will come with an original Bruins-MGG Letter of Authenticity, with your limited edition number printed on the LOA. Every LOA is hand signed by Bruins President Cam Neely and MeiGray President Barry Meisel.
Throughout the Bruins dramatic march to the Stanley Cup Final, Boston-MGG has been authenticating and securing one game-used stick used by each of the 22 Bruins who have played in the first three rounds of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
In the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, the Bruins battled back after losing Games 1 and 2 at TD Garden to defeat the Montreal Canadiens in seven.
In the Eastern Conference Semifinals, the Bruins avenged last seasons Eastern Conference Finals defeat to the Philadelphia Flyers by sweeping the Flyers in four.
In the Eastern Conference Finals, the Bruins won a thrilling seven-game series over the Tampa Bay Lightning to reach the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1990.