The nostalgia train is already starting to hit some folks.
In Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the first round of this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs, Oliver Bjorkstrand scored a goal to give the Columbus Blue Jackets a 4-3 lead with 1:14 remaining in the second period, the eventual game-winner.
We likely won't be forgetting that one anytime soon - but it's now confirmed that one fan definitely won't.
The puck from Bjorkstrand's goal, which helped the Blue Jackets secure their first playoff series win in franchise history, has been sold to the highest bidder, and it wasn't cheap.
18 bids begged for the Bjorkstrand memorabilia, but one lucky so-and-so nabbed it for the price of a month's rent for a Flat On Vine: $1,170.
Heading into Game 4 of that series, it was well known that the Lightning, if any team, could certainly pull off the comeback from a 3-0 series deficit. Moments like these from Bjorkstrand amongst many others slammed that door shut.
It makes you wonder...how much would Nikita Kucherov's elbow pad go for?
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