Canucks Game Worn Jerseys
Vancouver Canucks game worn jerseys are accompanied by a Letter of Authenticity (LOA) signed by Head Equipment Manager, Patty O’Neil and President of Hockey Operations, Trevor Linden. All jerseys feature an official Vancouver Canucks tracking number which is located inside on the fight strap. This tracking number is used to reference the exact dates the jersey was worn.
Collectors will be required to place a 100% non-refundable deposit with a valid credit card at the time of the order. All prices are listed in Canadian dollars. No checks or money orders will be accepted. Collectors wishing to pay cash at the Canucks Team Store may do so by appointment only.
The Vancouver Canucks reserve the right to retain any jersey, including jerseys which have been pre-ordered. In such cases, collectors will be refunded their deposit in full. A surcharge may be added to any milestone jersey which has been pre-ordered. Collectors not wishing to pay the surcharge will be refunded their deposit and the jersey will be placed back into inventory for sale.
All sales are final. No refunds, exchanges or credits will be given. STH discounts are not applicable on jersey purchases as they a memorabilia item. Game worn jerseys are not autographed. Pre-season and training camp jerseys are not available.
In order to guarantee delivery, all orders will be shipped via FedEx (insured). Shipping prices are fixed within North America. International buyers will be quoted prices upon time of order.
Canada - $30
USA – $45
The Vancouver Canucks are not responsible for duties or taxes incurred with international shipping.
2014.15 Jersey Pricing
- Blue Set: Preseason - End of Season
- White Set 1: Preseason - Dec. 30th
- White Set 2: Jan. 13th - Apr. 4th
- Third Set: Worn for 12 games throughout the season
Some jerseys may be out of stock.
Game Worn Jersey FAQ
Will the jerseys be autographed?
Vancouver Canucks’ Game Worn jerseys come to you exactly as were worn during NHL games. We do not offer a signing program at this time. It is recommended that if your Game Worn jersey were to be signed through another source, that it be signed on the jersey "tie down".
Are the jerseys washed before being sold?
Yes, all jerseys have been washed prior to being sold. However during this process, marks, rips and other game action features remain on the jersey.
How long does it take for a response to my request?
We understand your urgency. We do our best to respond within one week of your email and greatly appreciate your patience.
Do you sell non game worn jerseys?
All Vancouver Canucks Team Stores sell non game worn jerseys. Please visit www.canucks.com and click SHOP for contact information to all Team Store locations.
Do you have any jerseys available from prior seasons such as the 1994 Stanley Cup run?
The Vancouver Canucks started managing our own Game Worn Program in 2010-2011. We do not carry inventory from seasons prior to 2010-2011.
When will I receive my jersey?
Jerseys from previous seasons are ready to ship once the sale has been completed. Jerseys from the current season are held back until the team has finished with them. There are no firm dates as to when the jerseys are taken out of circulation but when the jersey is ready, collectors will be immediately notified.
Can you mark the jerseys as a gift to avoid paying taxes or duties?
For the purpose of making an insurance claim for lost or damaged items, customs and insurance regulations require all jerseys values are declared as invoiced.
How long should I expect to wait for my jersey after it has been shipped?
We attempt to get every jersey to its new home within 1-5 business days. Please take into account that the Vancouver Canucks have no Control over how long a package may take to clear customs.
Do the jerseys come authenticated?
All jerseys come with a Letter of Authenticity signed by President of Hockey Operations, Trevor Linden and Head Equipment Manager, Pat O’Neil. The jerseys are accompanied with a serial number and statistics are kept on each and every jersey worn during and after the 2011-2012 season.
What is your Request/Reservation Policy?
Requests and reservations for jerseys can be made only upon release of the official 23 man roster for the upcoming NHL season. In the case of players recalled to the Vancouver Canucks, requests can only be made at the time of their recall.
Requests cannot be made in advance for players who are not yet a member of the Vancouver Canucks 23 man roster. For example, a request cannot be made for a player who plays junior/college/minor pro/European league hockey if they are not on the official regular season roster, even if they are property of the Vancouver Canucks organization.
Interested collectors will be given an exclusive period of 10 business days to decide and pay for their requested jersey.
Game Worn Glossary
Game worn jersey: Defines any jersey worn during an NHL game. This can include jerseys worn for a single period, to an entire season.
Game issued jersey: A jersey that was made for a player to wear, but for unforeseen circumstances such as an injury, was not worn on the ice.
Set: Contains a jersey for every member of the team, and is worn for a defined time frame determined prior to the season’s start. Jerseys will be used for the duration of the time frame barring any jersey being too heavily damaged, or a significant milestone occurring. This will result in the jersey being removed from the set and replaced.
COA: Acronym for “Certificate of Authenticity”; also referred to at times as a “Letter of Authenticity”.
Team repair: Any fix done to a jersey by the training staff. Predominantly this consists of holes and rips that have been sewn together or patched up.
Board burn: A type of mark that occurs when the jersey is subjected to a high level of friction which results in the polyester fabric melting and hardening. This happens most frequently when a player is hit against the boards.
Stick mark: Encompasses any black or dark marks on a jersey which may have come from impact with black stick tape, or a puck. For goalie jerseys these marks are frequently referred to as “puck marks”.
Photo Matching: The act of comparing visible marks on a jersey to photographs taken during its use in a game. The goal of this is to further confirm the jerseys authenticity and add a unique side piece to accompany the jersey.