Technically, and only in the strictest sense of its meaning, getting Tampa Bay prospect Carter Ashton to sign this puck for the 1,900th of the collection should result in a disqualification of milestone status. Why? Well, Ashton, taken 29th overall the 2009 NHL Entry Draft, signed one just like this official NHL practice puck back in July.
However, seeing that Colin got it signed, satisfying the one-per-trip goal within his Colin's Pucks project, it's easy to look the other way. Besides, there's a technicality. This one, as his project requires, is signed in blue. The first one, obtained during the Bolts prospects camp, was signed in silver.
Does it matter? No, not really. It was Colin's turn to land a milestone. Can't argue with that, can you?