Thursday, December 8, 2011

Hockey Holiday Shopping Ideas

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on Christmas morning last year
Not sure what to get that hockey fan in your life for the holidays? Can't afford tickets? Don't like when they wear hockey jerseys out to dinner? Sometimes you have to get a little creative with these gift ideas as hockey fans are a unique bunch. Here are some one of a kind ideas that will really bring some smiles this holiday season:

  • Patrick Kane piggy bank to save all your coins
  • The Sieve Mason Shooter Tutor - nothing like shooting on a real NHL goalie to get your shooting accuracy up!
  • Copy of NHL 94 autographed by Jeremy Roenick
  • A Tyler Seguin alarm clock
  • If you have to give a gift to someone who has been naughty, skip the coal and go with the New York Islanders Third Jersey
  • A Toronto Maple Leafs dart board with Glenn Healy's face in the middle


  1. I actually want that Tyler Seguin clock! lol

  2. those are friggin terrific... lots of laughs... poor mason... the sieve!

  3. New York Islanders Third Jersey. Worst in the NHL.

    Seguin and Joel Ward both need a wake up service. But don't players have roommates to wake them up?

  4. just awesome... my Dad would love that dartboard!

  5. Can't stand Glenn Healy
    I would toss darts at that dartboard all day long.

    You should be selling these items at your shop

  6. You forgot about the James Reimer signed Bible collection.
    Perfect gift for your Religious friends

  7. I would love an audio reading of Go The Fuck To Sleep by Aaron Asham!

  8. haha those are sweet PJs! My wife would love em'!

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