Worlds are colliding in Las Vegas.

Golden Knights starting goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury recently appeared on the popular “Pawn Stars” reality show in Sin City.

The Gold & Silver Pawn Shop in Nevada has developed into one of Vegas’ most popular establishments because of its notable three-generation of owners Rick, Richard, and Corey Harrison.

On an episode that aired on February 26th, Fleury was needed to verify a Golden Knights jersey that was reportedly Fleury’s first uniform that he threw on following the Golden Knights selection from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the NHL’s Expansion Draft at the NHL Awards last June.

Rick brings the potential Gold & Silver Pawn Shop client inside the Golden Knights practice arena and showcases the jersey on one of the team benches.

Needing confirmation from the man that would know the jersey best, Rick and Austin Russell – better known as “Chumlee” – welcome Fleury and show him the jersey that features the No. 17 and the three-time Stanley Cup winner’s signature. The No. 17 was used instead of Fleury’s No. 29 to illustrate the year the Golden Knights franchise was inaugurated. 

You can beat that jersey will go for a pretty penny especially the way the former Penguin and the Golden Knights have played this season. This won’t be the first and last piece of Golden Knights memorabilia that will appear in the store from their historic inaugural season.

(h/t Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)