Relive four of the greatest moments in Avalanche hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2001 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7 vs New Jersey - Cup champs again
1996 Western Conference Finals: Game 6 vs Detroit - A Rivalry is Born
1996 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 4 vs Florida - Champions
1996 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 6 vs Chicago - The Overtime Series
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2001 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 7
Cup champs again
Avalanche vs New Jersey
3 - 1
9 June, 2001
In the Stanley Cup Finals once again but instead of a 4 game sweep, this series went all the way to Game 7. When Sakic scored the 3rd goal making it 3-0, Colorado fans knew that the odds were heavily in their favor. Colorado earned their 2nd and Bourque finally had his cup as well. A joyful affair.
1996 Western Conference Finals: Game 6
A Rivalry is Born
Avalanche vs Detroit
4 - 1
29 May, 1996
We all know about the hit - the birth of a rivalry. Colorado and Detroit will always have a deep hatred and bitterness between the two and the roots can be traced back to Game 6 of the 1996 Conf. Finals and "the hit." Colorado won the series and marched into the Finals for their first appearance.
1996 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 4
Avalanche vs Florida
1 - 0
10 June, 1996
In their first season in Colorado, the Avalanche made an improbably playoff run with many iconic moments along the way that culminated in the franchise's first Stanley Cup victory. It was also Denver's first major sports championship title in history.
1996 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 6
The Overtime Series
Avalanche vs Chicago
4 - 3
13 May, 1996
This series was full of close ones with 4 of 6 games going into overtime. Along with this, the series featured an iconic moment between Roenick and Roy. Colorado won in overtime in Game 6 to capture the series and continue their playoff run.
One of the coasters has a strange stain across it while a second also carries a stain and the print is already wearing away. Other two look great. So, two out of four stars, I suppose.
Unfortunately the product has taken some time. A label was created 7 days prior to the post office receiving the product according to the USPS tracker. If I would have know it would have been shipped via USPS, I probably wouldn’t have ordered. Still have not received. Looking forward to seeing the product though!!
I ordered the coasters for my son’s Christmas stocking. They are good quality slate and the fact that they have each of the game winning plays from the Braves championship run make it even more special.
Been a die hard Kings fan for 38 years and this ad stumbled across my Instagram page and can be more happy to see these coasters!