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2006/2007 Anaheim Ducks (NHL) Jersey
2009-2011 University Denver DU (NCAA) Jersey
Material: Dazzle Cloth
Home white home game worn jersey with various wear including nice burns and marks on shoulders and sleeves. Red dasher marks. All original with name on back. Great style. All the letters, numbers etc are double twill. USA flag sewn on from. WCHA embroidered on front. Solid piece
2005-2006 Lowell Lock Monsters (AHL) Jersey
A 12-game stint in the AHL with the Lock Monsters was the highest level of hockey that Blue Bennefield reached during his career.
A call-up direct from the UHL, Bennefield was brought in to, well, mix it up a bit on his way to racking up over 300 PIM that season but he also chipped in a couple goals and showed that he was not just a lower league goon.
Matt Van Voorhis
2014/15 University Denver DU (NCAA) Jersey
Brand: SP in neck Warrior on back hem
DU are among the toughest NCAA D1 jerseys and the new NCHC conference Patch are even tougher Worn by current DU defenseman Matt Van Voorhis. Shows some nice burns and holes. Various marks. Per NCAA rules the school had to remove name as he is a current player. Very sharp piece.
Double twill numbers and sharp arched DENVER sewn in front with players number 6
2006-2007 Worcester Sharks (AHL) Jersey
There is one board burn on the shoulder.
Mifsud only played in 1 career AHL game (and a home game where the Sharks wore this style primarily) so this could possibly be a game issue or only worn in warm-ups.