*Please note that each stick is unique to its respective player, and therefore may be a different colour/manufacturer that the hockey stick pictured.
This bottle opener is crafted from an authentic regular season game used NHL hockey stick.
- Composite stick features scuffs and scratches of game-play. Quality nickel-plated hardware. Measures 7" and engraved with team name.
- Officially licensed by the National Hockey League, a tamper-evident hologram sticker is adhered to each bottle opener to ensure authenticity. Look up this number here to learn further details about the stick's history.
- Each comes in a gift box with an authentication instruction card.
Additional Product Information:
The game used sticks used to make these bottle openers are procured directly from the NHL teams or official NHL partners. Today's players favor sticks made of carbon fiber, a lightweight material that can break during the course of the game. Tokens works primarily with broken sticks to create these bottle openers. After sticks are cut, sanded and fitted with opener hardware, a tamper-evident hologram is applied. Enter the hologram number here for further information about the stick's history. For more information about the program and how these artifacts are transformed into product, please visit NHL Artifact Information.
Please note our items sell out quick this time of year, so make sure to order as soon as possible. Please note our deadline to ship in-stock items to arrive by Christmas is Dec 16th in the USA, and December 17th outside of Ontario, and December 21st in Toronto.
All holiday gifts can be brought back for exchange or store credit until January 15, 2019. Please note we do NOT do refunds. You can exchange by mail or in-store.
Due to the Canada Post strike delays, all orders shipping outside of Toronto will be shipped via Fedex. All orders shipped in the GTA will be delivered by our team. We're committed to getting you your items on time!
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