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    2003-04 Omsk Falcons Game Worn Hockey Jerseys Lot of 34. Grouping of thirty-four jerseys derive from the 2004 Champion of the Russian Hockey Superleague, the Omsk Avangard. Jerseys exhibit light to moderate wear, and include the following names, with NHL teams for which the athletes would later play in parentheses when applicable: Orekhovsky, Bondarenko, Belov, Moshkarev, Nikitin, Pushkarev (LA Kings), Topol, Ageyev, Kuryanov, Popov, Bednar (LA Kings, FLA Panthers), Zatonsky, Shushinsky (MIN Wild), Kalyuzhny, Ryabikin, Subotin, Prokopyev, Panov, Khatsey, Krivokrasov (CHI Blackhawks), N. Nikitin, Tverdovsky (CAR Hurricanes), Baranov, Razin, Gusev (TB Lightening, DAL Stars), Shastin, Yudin, Yaks, Subbotin, Sokolov and four shirts with no names. Great break down value here, or perhaps even a chance to suit up an amateur team and confuse fans with the Russian names and alphabet.

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    April, 2009
    23rd-24th Thursday-Friday
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