- The Beginning: Percy was drafted 25th overall in the 2011 draft by the Leafs. He was the second pick by the Leafs in the first round, as they drafted Tyler Biggs with the 22nd overall pick (ugh). After finishing his junior career with the Mississauga Steelheads, he played a season in the AHL with the Toronto Marlies. He made the Leafs out of camp in 2014 and with three assists in his first three games it looked promising for Percy.
- The End: Percy only lasted a few more games with the Leafs before being demoted to the AHL. He played one more game later in the 2014/15 season and three games during the 2015/16 season, and that was the end of his NHL career. The Leafs opted to not make a qualifying offer to Percy following the 2015/16 season and he became a free agent. He signed with the Penguins in the summer of 2016 and spent the entire 2016/17 season in the AHL, missing a number of games due to injury. In the summer of 2017 the Penguins did not extend an offer to Percy, making him a free agent once again.
- The Jersey: This style of alternate jersey was introduced in 2011. It is a replica of the blue jersey the Maple Leafs wore from 1967-70. This jersey is a one game wonder, worn on October 17, 2014 versus the Detroit Red Wings. The Leafs would lose the game 4-1. Percy played 19:40, had one shot on goal, and was minus one.
- The Wear: Very, very light - one hole (as per the photomatch below) and some stick marks.
- The Season: Percy would appear in 9 games for the Leafs. While he did make make the team out of training camp and had three assists in his first three games, he spent the majority of the season in the AHL with the Marlies. The Leafs would finish 7th in the Atlantic Division with a 30-44-3 record, missing the playoffs.
- Acquired: August 3, 2017.
- Source: Collector.
- LOA: Real Sports Collectibles.
- Photomatch: Photomatched to the image below - the most noticeable game wear on the jersey is a hole to the bottom right of the collar. Zooming in on the image below shows the hole (where circled).