Over the course of a 25-game championship season, there are a lot of elements which come together in order to craft the perfect result. In our case, a 10-8 record parlayed with an ever-important 5-2 playoff run, which included a Quarterfinal victory over the Calgary Roughnecks and besting both the San Diego Seals and Buffalo Bandits in best-of-three scenarios.
Similar to a champion run, our 2021-22 NLL Championship rings were crafted with an immaculate level of detail and determination. Thanks to our friends at Jostens, we’re going to be spending the rest of our championship-defending campaign in style after the boys received their rings inside of Club Lexus Saturday evening following their home-opening contest against the Calgary Roughnecks.
Alexa, play “Big Rings” by Drake and Future.
Beginning with the ring’s top-facing surface, the Mammoth’s 2022 Championship title and illustrious logo is proudly featured, brought to life in brilliant fashion with burgundy and black tones, 50 hand-set diamonds surround the prized crest, while 74 in total are featured when viewed from a vertical fashion.
Shifting to the ring’s left side, the home of the Colorado Mammoth, paired with individual player jersey numbers. Set with diamonds to honor their individual contributions to the championship season, the rugged terrain of Colorado’s beautiful mountains make up the background.
To the right, the team’s identity “MAMMOTH” is boldly featured at the top, with the coveted Champion’s Cup placed in the middle. With one diamond set on each side of the cup, symbolic of the Mammoth’s two NLL Championship titles, the duo is complemented by a single diamond set within the top of the cup, celebrating the 2021-22 run.
Included within the interior and exterior palm, winning scores from the team’s triumphant postseason stretch, along with the official date of the team’s championship (6.18.22) and the phrase that may have single-handedly powered the team through to its ultimate goal: DOWN 5.
Crafted with 10-karat white gold, each ring features a stunning 127 diamonds and 3.65 carats, and will serve as a reminder for each player, and generations to come, of that special season.
Be sure to keep an eye on Colorado Mammoth social media channels for more photos, videos, reactions and more from Saturday’s ring ceremony and be sure to swing by the LOUD HOUSE Friday, Jan. 13 as we get ready to host the Saskatchewan Rush for Y2K Night!