#37 J.T. Compher Game Used Gloves - Colorado Avalanche
|Jun 4, 2023 09:32:01 PM EDT||$170.00|
|Jun 4, 2023 09:29:34 PM EDT||$160.00|
|Jun 4, 2023 09:26:32 PM EDT||$150.00|
|Jun 4, 2023 09:06:00 AM EDT||$140.00|
|May 28, 2023 11:43:16 PM EDT||$130.00|
|Jun 4, 2023 09:05:42 AM EDT||$120.00|
|May 26, 2023 11:51:12 PM EDT||$100.00|
These gloves were used by J.T. Compher for one of the Colorado Avalanche games of the 2022-23 season. Good luck bidding and thank you for supporting Hockey's Greatest Family. Each pair of gloves comes with a certificate of authenticity for your records.
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