Olympic fans worldwide saw plenty of action from the 2014 Sochi games, and hockey was again among the favorites. As they did in 2010, Team Canada again gave fans and collectors a chance to own authentic Olympic game-worn jerseys.
Bidding was fierce for these unique collectibles, and boosted because Team Canada again took home gold medals in both men's and women's hockey. This makes an impressive two straight gold medals for the men's team and an incredible four consecutive gold medals for the women's team.
Featuring jerseys from the entire roster, superstar Sidney Crosby topped the men's jerseys sales total, and the gold medal game hero, Marie-Philip Poulin, was the top-selling women's jersey. Crosby did not exceed his $34,452.30 jersey sales amount from the 2010 Olympics, but easily led the pack.
Even with 46 total jerseys, none of the men's jerseys sold for less than $1,000 and the women's jerseys all topped $775.
The top 27 jersey sales, including total bids, are listed below:
- Sidney Crosby - $27,190.59 - 83 Bids
- Carey Price - $7,136.40 - 72 Bids
- Martin St. Louis - $6,865.40 - 73 Bids
- Jonathan Toews - $5,872.63 - 30 Bids
- Marie-Philip Poulin - $5,420.05 - 83 Bids
- Patrice Bergeron - $5,194.22 - 61 Bids
- Hayley Wickenheiser - $5,058.72 - 64 Bids
- Drew Doughty - $4,787.71 - 67 Bids
- Corey Perry - $4,747.97 - 46 Bids
- Jamie Benn - $4,607.04 - 44 Bids
- John Tavares - $3,813.65 - 25 Bids
- Shea Webber - $3,613.37 - 46 Bids
- Rick Nash - $3,568.29 - 44 Bids
- Jeff Carter - $3,342.37 - 48 Bids
- Chris Kunitz - $3,297.20 - 35 Bids
- Ryan Getzlaf - $2,935.86 - 38 Bids
- Duncan Keith - $2,710.03 - 68 Bids
- Roberto Luongo - $2,664.86 - 37 Bids
- Alex Pietrangelo - $2,570.89 - 52 Bids
- Jay Bouwmeester - $2,529.36 - 37 Bids
- Patrick Sharp - $2,484.19 - 37 Bids
- Patrick Marleau - $2,416.44 - 51 Bids
- Matt Duchene - $2,348.69 - 37 Bids
- Dan Hamhuis - $2,303.52 - 57 Bids
- Meghan Agosta-Marciano - $2,262.87 - 80 Bids
- Marc-Edouard Vlasic - $2,213.19 - 40 Bids
- PK Subban - $2,100.27 - 55 Bids
It is important to note that the jerseys are not signed, but they do come with a letter of authenticity from Hockey Canada. The men's jerseys were worn in the February 13th game against Norway, where Canada won 3-1. The women's jerseys are from their 3-0 win over Finland on February 10th.
100% of the final sale price will be split between the Hockey Canada Foundation and the Canadian Olympic Foundation.