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  1. Peter Forsberg Autographed Avalanche Slap Shot Breaking Through

    Peter Forsberg Autographed Avalanche Slap Shot Breaking Through

    $499.99
    One of the top two-way forwards in the history of the NHL, Peter Forsberg was so good at so many things on the ice. When his team needed a goal, he was there to set up a teammate or power the puck to the back of the net. When his team was holding a lead late in the game, he would display the perfect combination of physical play and team defense. He was at the heart of both Stanley Cup championships in Colorado. An unselfish yet ultra-talented... Learn More
  2. Peter Forsberg Autographed Avalanche Collage 20 x 24

    Peter Forsberg Autographed Avalanche Collage 20 x 24 Photo

    $249.99
    While most teams endure some struggles in their debut in a new city, the Colorado Avalanche did the opposite. Led by second-year center Peter Forsberg and buoyed by captain Joe Sakic and goaltender Patrick Roy – Hall of Famers all of them – the Avalanche went 47-25-10 and swept the Florida Panthers to capture the Stanley Cup. They liked the feeling so much they did it again five years later. This time, they added eventual Hall of Fame... Learn More
  3. Peter Forsberg Autographed Back of the Net 16 x 20

    Peter Forsberg Autographed "Back of the Net" 16 x 20 Photo

    $199.99
    While some forwards are pure scorers, Peter Forsberg was as complete a center as anyone who has ever skated. A two-way skater in every sense of the description, he dotted the assists column more so than the goal column throughout his career, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t know how to find the "Back of the Net". When it mattered most in the postseason, Forsberg could score with anyone. He ranks 22nd in NHL history in playoff goals with 64. He... Learn More
  4. Peter Forsberg Autographed Ice Storm 16 x 20

    Peter Forsberg Autographed "Ice Storm" 16 x 20 Photo

    $199.99
    One of the most accurate marks of greatness at the center position is the ability to make the right decisions with the puck despite tremendous pressure coming from all angles. Even as a rookie in Quebec, Peter Forsberg had the rare ability to locate the open teammate for a quality opportunity to put the puck in the back of the net. When the organization relocated to Colorado following his rookie season, he became one of the top passers in the... Learn More
  5. Peter Forsberg Autographed Quebec Shadow Box

    Peter Forsberg Autographed Quebec Shadow Box

    $399.99
    The acquisition of Peter Forsberg in the well-documented Eric Lindros trade was undoubtedly one of the key components in the success of the organization’s final season in Quebec and the corresponding fireworks in the first season in Colorado. He brought incredibly steady play from the center position, particularly considering his status as a rookie. Forsberg joined established All-Star Joe Sakic and led the Nordiques to the best record in the... Learn More
  6. Peter Forsberg Autographed Quebec Stick Blade Framed 25 x 17

    Peter Forsberg Autographed Quebec Stick Blade Framed 25 x 17

    $449.99
    Originally drafted by Philadelphia and then included in the landmark Eric Lindros trade, Peter Forsberg plied his trade with Modo Hockey in Sweden before making his NHL debut at the age of 21 on 1/21/95. In a sign of things to come, he notched an assist in his debut in a 3-1 win, coincidentally on the road against the Flyers. He had his first two-assist effort in the next game and finished his rookie season with six three-assist games in only... Learn More
  7. Peter Forsberg Autographed Up Close & Personal 20 x 24 Framed Canvas

    Peter Forsberg Autographed Up Close & Personal 20 x 24 Framed Canvas

    $299.99
    The moment Peter Forsberg stepped onto an NHL ice rink, he was an impact player on both ends of the ice. It was clear based on his experience with Modo Hockey, his physical nature, and his intense desire to make himself and his team the best they could possibly be that he would make an indelible mark on the Nordiques/Avalanche organization. He did exactly that, winning the Calder Memorial Trophy in the organization’s final season in Quebec and... Learn More
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