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Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage
Brian Sakic  #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage

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Brian Sakic #8 Game Worn Tri-City Americans Jersey 1989 Vintage

Regular price $250.00
I am guessing there are not too many of these around.  Vintage Tri-City Americans Jersey game worn by Brian Sakic #8.  This one has some marks, scuffs, repair spots, and skid marks.  It appears he wore this one for several games. Sakic started his junior career with the Swift Current Broncos of the Western Hockey League (WHL). His brother, Hockey Hall of Famer Joe Sakic, was also on the team. Brian was drafted in the fifth round, 93rd overall in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft by the Washington Capitals; however, he never played a single game in the NHL. He set WHL records for career assists, with 405,[1] and points, with 591.[2] His jersey number has been retired by the Tri-City Americans. Sakic retired from professional hockey in 1999
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Actual Measurements:

A. Length - 29"
B. Pit to Pit - 27"
C. Sleeve - 20.5
Size On Tag: None
Fits More Like: Men's Large - XL

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