Found March 26, 2013 on Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
PLAYERS: Ryan Getzlaf
TEAMS: Anaheim Ducks
Dominion, Dominion, Dominion. At this point do I really need to say anything else about my favorite hockey product and the kryptonite to my efforts at restraint when it comes to spending money on cardboard? This bad boy was listed for a short period of time, and by short I mean less than half a day. The moment I saw it sitting there with a surprisingly reasonable Buy-It-Now, I jumped.It's my third Bonded In Silver dual autograph that pairs Ryan Getzlaf and J.S. Giguere. These babies are numbered out of 25, but this particular copy is extra special and easily my favorite of the three. Why, you ask?Boom. Numbered 15/25, it's a "1/1" numbered to The Captain's sweater. I was not going to let this card pass me by, as it's my first Dominion card that's serial-numbered accordingly with Getz's number.
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