Auction Opens for Top Prospects Jerseys

Wilderness fans who wish to own some history from this season’s Top Prospects Tournament can purchase a jersey through DASH Auctions.  The Wilderness sent five players to the event near Pittsburgh, PA.  Net revenue from the sale of the jerseys worn by Reid Daavettila, Cole Gordon, Kevin Marx Norén, Michael Quinn and Severi Sulonen will go to the Wilderness franchise.  Each sweater has been signed by the player who wore it during the tournament.

The NAHL explained the auction process:

“While the players got to keep a set their game-worn jerseys from the event, a duplicate set of commemorative game jerseys was created by the NAHL’s official jersey supplier, K1 Sportswear, and those jerseys were worn, washed, and then individually signed by each player at the event and now being auctioned off on the DASH App.

Auction Details: The auction is currently open and will run until Sunday, February 12th at 7:00pm (central). The opening bid for each commemorative game jersey will be $175 and will be done in bid increments of $25.

Fans can take part in the auction by doing the following:

The Wilderness players selected all played for the Midwest Division team, which was coached by Wilderness head coach Brett Skinner.  The Midwest Division fell in both games, 7-3 to the South Division on Monday, and 5-1 to the East Division Tuesday.

Two Wilderness players factored in their team’s scoring:  Gordon registered one goal in Monday’s game, while Quinn picked up two assists—one in each game.

Minnesota returns to NAHL action Feb. 17-18 with a series at Eagle River, WI, versus the Wisconsin Windigo.