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  1. Seller sent me a private offer of $300 because I'm watching it.  It would have to be $150 before I'd even consider buying it. They are going to have to accept taking a loss on this one and hope to make it up on the other jerseys in that lot.  I don't think Terreri is highly collected/popular enough to warrant $300-400 for non-game used.

  2. I'm probably about the size to fit in a 48 (5'11 170) but not sure I'd want to even make an offer given the fact he seems to be knowingly deceptive. Rubs me the wrong way.

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  3. Came across this "game issued jersey" on eBay which I'm seriously doubting is a GI jersey.  Size 48 for a goalie? I know Terreri is a smaller dude and they wore smaller size chest protector in that era but 48 seems really off. I think I saw one of his jerseys on Meigray once and was sized 56G if I recall.  Can anyone with more jersey knowledge offer thoughts? Huge Terreri fan and would love this jersey but I don't think I'd spend $500, even if it was game-used.

     

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chris-Terreri-Game-Issued-Jersey-New-Jersey-Devils/373049557732?hash=item56db7c82e4:g:JkkAAOSwnTteuhj8

     

  4. So this may be a longshot but I have a David Wright authentic Mets road jersey purchased directly from the Majestic clubhouse store online (will have to follow up on size as I'm at work) that I'd be interested in trading for a Devils retro jersey size 48/52  or a Team USA jersey from the 96 World Cup (know these are like hens teeth so would def take a replica). I'd also consider the random Chris Terreri jersey. 

     

    I'm not a huge baseball fan and this Wright jersey is just sitting in a Majestic garment bag in my closet.  

  5. I'm jumping in here late to the autograph talk but I actually went to one of the previous Rico signings at SMU.  My wife bought me "the photo" for Christmas one year and bought the non-auto version and was mad at herself because she wanted to get me the signed copy.  I came across an ad for a signing at SMU the following week and decided to go. My wife loves Rico but was working.  When I got there it was pouring rain and the line was around the building and up stairs. It was nuts.  There must have been 100 people or more ahead of me. Maybe way more.All standing out in the pouring cold rain. It was hard to tell. Anyway I finally get up to meet him and he was the nicest dude. Asked him for a quick photo and told him my wife was going to be so jealous. He signed the photo as if he were signing the very first. Nice and clear and even asked me which color marker I'd prefer, making a recommendation on which he thinks looked best.  He's exactly the kind of guy you come to expect from hockey players. Down to earth, loving life, and recognizes how lucky he is to be playing.  He was also great with all the kids there to meet him that were so nervous they could hardly look at him.  I'm not a huge auto hound but I'm glad I went that day.  When my wife got home that night and saw the photo where I left it, only this time it was signed, she did a double take. When I showed her the photo his assistant took I didnt know if she was going to cry for missing meeting Rico or be happy I got it signed. 😂 $25 well spent. 

    Thinking back on the few times I've had getting autos or meeting players most have been cool - Salvador,  Ron Hextall, Bernie Parent, Grant Marshall. All those Devils alumni ambassadors have been great. One guy that wasn't the nicest was John Vanbiesbrouck. Kind of an ass. But everyone has off days so maybe I caught him on one,

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  6. So I was lucky enough to grab a couple of tickets for Friday's game that have Platinum written on them (Sec 18 Row 12). Was surprised to see this since I thought only the first 5 or so rows got this access in this section. I'm guessing this gives me access to the platinum bunker lounge below the black seats. Do these tickets also let you enter through the VIP entrances? What time do they kick you out after the game?  I did some reading up from older posts that mentioned the platinum club but I don't recall seeing this.  This may be my first and last time with this access :lol: 

  7. I read recently there are many more NJ craft beer options at the Rock this year. I think I saw at least Kane and Brix City both had accounts now. Can anyone confirm and know where in the arena these are?

  8. 21 minutes ago, DevsMan84 said:

    They will be high, but I am not sure if it will be Brodeur Night high.

    Also the prices now on Stubhub are insane due to very low inventory.  Season ticket holders have not received their ticket packages yet and individual tickets have also not yet gone on sale.  Once the inventory increases then the prices should come down at least a little bit.

    I am fully expecting and preparing to pay $100-150 a seat for this night.  It is is higher I will just have to tough it out.

    I think your estimates on pricing are probably about right.  And I'm with you on just biting the bullet on whatever they cost.  How fast do you think the individual tickets for this night sell out once on sale?

  9. It was ehhh last year. Parking was tough, the beach was very crowded (realize these are common weekend issues at the shore and not the Devils fault but worth mentioning) and my wife and I had to wait a looooong time for the food. They ran out at one point and took over an hour to restock. The VIP area seemed fully stocked though.  As others have said there were a few players sprinkled around but no one you couldn't see at any other Devils event (i.e. the usual suspects). I did think the free t-shirt was pretty cool and they actually had many different sizes.  I think with a few tweaks they could solve some of the issues from last year and add a bit more activities.  

  10. 4 minutes ago, CarpathianForest said:

    They do look like some of the hoodies in the Devils shop though. A bit disappointed that they look too much like long sleeve shirts.

     

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  11. As many others have already said - not a fan. Looks like a practice jersey. Many of the other jerseys do as well. Hockey jerseys have always stood out to me as the most creative of the pro sports while maintaining a semblance of tradition or legacy. Save for a few newer teams that is. By and large these look like cheap practice jerseys. Basic in the worst of ways. Redesign for the sake of redesign. The exception to me is the Avs who went back to their best uniform design. 

  12. The lettering looks cheap. Looks like instead of multiple layers stitched together they glued the white on top of the black which is sewn onto the nameplate.  Did they get this jersey at Modell's or Devils Den?

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