‘Miracle on Ice’ Goal Puck and 1980 Lake Placid Olympic Gold Medal for Auction

. February 26, 2010

Classic Auctions, the industry leader with total sales of over $25 million worth of historical hockey memorabilia, is proud to offer for auction on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the United States’ stunning Olympic upset of the Soviet national team two remarkable “Miracle on Ice” items: a 1980 Lake Placid Olympic gold medal and the goal puck with which Mark Johnson recorded the first of his two tallies in the USA’s historic 4-3 win over the USSR.

With the world’s best Olympic winter athletes once again gathered in Vancouver, our latest historical hockey memorabilia auction features nearly 900 lots of online offerings at www.classicauctions.net. Included along with these two priceless “Miracle on Ice” pieces are the personal collections of Norm Ullman and Borje Salming, two Hall of Famers who have entrusted Classic Auctions with the sale of nearly 70 lots of their own hockey memorabilia. Other auction highlights include Yvan Cournoyer’s 1972 Summit Series Team Canada game-worn jersey (Lot 721) and a circa 1970 CCCP game-worn wool jersey (Lot 765).

This historical hockey memorabilia auction is currently underway at www.classicauctions.net. Bids will be accepted until March 16th, 2010 at 9:00 PM (EDT). We invite you to contact us by phone (450-638-7058), by fax (450-638-2643), or by email at info@classicauctions.net for any information or media requests.

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