Ice Blacks Game Worn Jerseys Up For Sale

The New Zealand Ice Blacks have teamed up with to sell game worn-hockey jerseys of the New Zealand men’s ice hockey team. This is a unique opportunity to own an authentic jersey as they are not currently sold in stores.

These IIHF jerseys are TACKLA Authentic Collection jerseys, with all the innovations and durability of Tackla genuine product and have been used during the last four IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship DIVISION II, Group B; 2015 in Cape Town, South Africa (Silver); 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico (4th place); 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand (Silver); and 2018 in Granada, Spain (Silver).

Three of those jerseys are also auctioned at TradeMe so hockey fans across New Zealand and the World have the opportunity to bid on these unique game-worn New Zealand men’s jerseys until 30 January 2019, the day the auction closes.

Black #16 Size: L with ‘C’ on the chest belonged to Paris Heyd who was leading the Ice Blacks during historic 2018 Trans-Tasman Challenge – SOLD

White #14 Size: L belonged to the 2018 NZ team MVP Callum BurnsSOLD

White #22 Size: XL belonged to the 2018 NZ Top scorer (3+7) Jordan ChallisSOLD

All cash proceeds from the jersey sales will go towards funding the New Zealand Ice Blacks’ campaign to win gold at the IIHF’s Division II-Group B Ice Hockey World Championship in Mexico City this April.

Thank you for supporting the New Zealand Ice Blacks.

  1. Glenn Tipler 23/01/2019 at 7:09 pm

    Hi spinorama,
    I want to buy a NZ ice hockey jersey but only option is the goalie jersey. Any way of choosing size and number.
    Thanks Glenn

  2. SpinO 23/01/2019 at 7:58 pm

    All fixed and both black and white jerseys are live for sale.

  3. terry harrop 24/01/2019 at 1:29 pm

    Hi I’m after dale harrop’s one any chance

  4. SpinO 24/01/2019 at 4:48 pm

    Yep, it is still available in white #6 I believe.

  5. Patric Larsson 29/01/2019 at 1:38 am

    Is shipping to Europe available for the jerseys that are not on TradeMe? Thanks, Patric

  6. SpinO 29/01/2019 at 5:15 am

    Generally yes. Let us know what country and we’ll add if it’s on the current list already.

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