Any Value of Daniel Sedins Stick when he played in MoDo?

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  1. mindfly

    mindfly KEN HOLLAND OUT

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    I have Daniel Sedins stick from 98 when he played in MoDo, both Daniel and Henriks authograph's are on it and it's a good old wodden Titan ASD 6600, is there any value to this? maybe some hardcore canuck fan who collects them?
     
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    5 dollars and we will call it even :naughty:
     
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    If the sedins can keep producing the numbers like they do now for a few more seasons, I'd say that stick's value will probably just keep rising...
     
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    Ignore PycckuuRocket10, I'll take it off your hands for $5.50, no sense in having such a worthless thing taking up your valuable space :shakehead
     
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    I'll go $6.00 since it is a left, and I don't want to ruin my $10 stick playing road hockey.
     
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    Pro stock sticks are not worth more than retail sticks.
     
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    I'd think it would be reasonably valuable, though I'd hold on to it a bit longer personally. If the Sedins lead the Nucks to a cup its value would go up a lot I'd imagine, though who knows, I'm not really into the collectibles thing myself.
     
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    Don't be greedy, I use a left and it'd be nice to get a second stick for ball hockey for cheap :laugh: $6.50

    In all seriousness, though, as much as I want the stick, it would probably be best to hold on to it for a little longer... If the twins win the Cup, they are very likely HHOF material. If they don't, though, the value might go down, except in Vancouver, where they are SURE to be up in the rafters one day... So it won't hurt to hold onto it for a little longer. Of course if it's weighing heavily on you my offer stands :p
     
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