Labor Day Sales offer discounts on hockey equipment & memorabilia

There are two great sales going on for hockey players and fans this Labor Day 2011 Weekend, so whether you’re looking for equipment to freshen up your game for the new season, or a piece of memorabilia to shore up your collection, we’ve got all the details to help you save…

Hockey Fans – save at Pro Sports Memorabilia

Click to see the details at Pro Sports Memorabilia

Want a commemorative plaque featuring Tim Thomas and Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins? This one even contains some of the melted ice used in the rink during the Final. (which already gives free shipping on orders over $50) offers a huge selection of photos, autographed pucks, or pretty much any other collectible you can think of, whether tied to the NHL or any of the other major sports.

Think of this as your chance to trick out the man-cave before the puck drops on the 2011-2012 NHL season. Looking for a hand-signed jersey by Detroit Red Wings legend Nicklas Lidstrom, who just won his 7th Norris Trophy? Or how about an autographed photo of Steven Stamkos, celebrating his 1st NHL hat trick (of which there are sure to be many, many more).

Pro Sports Memorabilia has a gigantic collection of stuff to dig through, you can easily lose a lot of time just window shopping!

Hockey players can save, too

Click for details at Hockey MonkeyOf course, you players aren’t left out – HockeyMonkey is running a special deal this weekend, offering an extra 20% off the already-discounted prices in their Clearance Section, as long as you enter the coupon code LABOR11 during checkout.

A great example are CCM’s V05 Seni0r ice hockey skates, shown at right. Originally $229.99, they are on clearance for just $99.98. Take that extra 20%, and you’re looking $79.98 for a pair of skates which represent a nice step up from the entry-level available from the major brands, which is the price point we’re talking about here.

So take a trip through HockeyMonkey’s Clearance Section and see if there’s something to your liking. Particularly if you’re interested in new skates, it’s better to buy now and give yourself the chance to take them out on the ice a few times before the season gets started…

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