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  1. William Nylander Autographed “Slap Shot” Breaking Through 30x22

    William Nylander Autographed “Slap Shot” Breaking Through 30 x 22

    $499.99
    William Nylander was a first round pick of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. The talented forward played 37 games for the Toronto Marlies of the AHL and scored 32 points before joining the Toronto Maple Leafs roster. The Maple Leafs advanced to the Stanley Cup Playoffs in both the 2016-17 season and the 2017-18 season. This 30”x22” framed piece has a unique element to it with an official Toronto Maple Leafs puck physically breaking through the... Learn More
  2. William Nylander Autographed Acrylic Stick Blade with Toronto Maple Leafs Photo Framed

    William Nylander Autographed Acrylic Stick Blade with Toronto Maple Leafs Photo Framed

    $449.99
    William Nylander reordered 61 points in his rookie year and went on to record another 61 points the following season. He had his first NHL hat trick against the Boston Bruins on February 4, 2017 in a game the Maple Leafs won 6-5. The Maple Leafs are building a strong young talented core around Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William Nylander. This 25”x17” framed shadow box features a specially UDA designed 20”x12” image of Nylander in a... Learn More
  3. Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed “The Save” 20 x 16

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed “The Save” 20 x 16

    $499.99
    Patrick Roy became well known for his competitiveness as well as his superstitions. Throughout his career, Roy insisted on not skating over the blue line and made a habit of talking to his goalposts. In the 2002-03 season, Roy became the first goalie in league history to reach the 1000-game mark. When Roy retired on May 28, 2003 he held the record for most regular season games (1,029) and playoff games (247). Roy’s determination was evident... Learn More
  4. Patrick Roy Autographed “Beginnings” 20 x 24 Canvas

    Patrick Roy Autographed “Beginnings” 20 x 24 Canvas

    $499.99
    Patrick Roy became the youngest player ever to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after his performance in the 1986 Stanley Cup Playoffs. When Roy retired from the NHL in 2003 he held several NHL records including most wins (551) and most playoff shutouts (23). On November 22, 2008, Roy had his No. 33 retired by the Canadiens at the Bell Centre. Roy won the Vezina Trophy as the NHL’s best goaltender three times as a member of the... Learn More
  5. Jari Kurri Autographed Stick Blade with Edmonton Oilers Picture – Framed

    Jari Kurri Autographed Stick Blade with Edmonton Oilers Picture – Framed

    $449.99
    Jari Kurri became only the eighth player in NHL history to reach 600 goals in December of 1997. The Edmonton Oilers retired the number 17 in honor of Kurri on Oct. 6, 2001. Kurri won five Stanley Cup championships while playing for the Oilers. Kurri also played on the international level for Finland and helped bring home a bronze medal from the 1998 Winter Olympics. This specially designed shadow box contains a 20”x12” UDA designed Edmonton... Learn More
  6. Joe Sakic Autographed Acrylic Hockey Stick Rockies Blade

    Joe Sakic Autographed Acrylic Hockey Stick Rockies Blade

    $449.99
    Although he was one of the brightest young stars in the league early in his career, Joe Sakic couldn’t quite get the Nordiques over the hump as they missed the playoffs in five of his first seven NHL seasons despite his outstanding play and leadership. The franchise move to Denver in 1995 figured to provide a spark to Sakic and the organization as a whole. However, nobody could have predicted the immediate success of the Colorado Avalanche.... Learn More
  7. Paul Coffey Autographed Stick Blade with Edmonton Oilers Picture – Framed

    Paul Coffey Autographed Stick Blade with Edmonton Oilers Picture – Framed

    $449.99
    Paul Coffey fit his size 8 feet into size 6 skates to improve his control and enhance his ability to navigate the ice. Coaches and players alike remember Coffey for his tremendous speed. Glen Slather, his coach on the Oilers, told reporters that “he’s probably the greatest skater I’ve ever seen.” Coffey recorded 1,531 points in the 1,409 NHL games he played in over his 21-season career. This specially designed shadow box contains a 20” x 12”... Learn More
  8. Teemu Selanne Autographed Anaheim Ducks Slap Shot Breaking Through

    Teemu Selanne Autographed Anaheim Ducks Slap Shot Breaking Through

    $499.99
    Finding even the smallest opening spots on the ice was something Teemu Selanne did as well as anyone in NHL history. He put himself in position to score goals as an elite right wing to the tune of 684 career goals. He found the back of the net for the 600th time in his career in a win over the Avalanche on 3/21/10. He became just the 18th member of the 600-goal club, all of whom are in the Hall of Fame that are eligible for induction.... Learn More
  9. Teemu Selanne Autographed Acrylic Stick Blade with Shadow Watcher Picture Framed

    Teemu Selanne Autographed Acrylic Stick Blade with Shadow Watcher Picture Framed

    $449.99
    It was clear from day one as a Winnipeg Jet that Teemu Selanne would be a true superstar. He notched his first hat trick in his fifth career game and added a five-point game two weeks later. He went on to break Mike Bossy’s rookie goal-scoring record with 76 en route to a 132-point season. That earned him the Calder Trophy as Rookie of the Year and helped him earn a spot on the First All-Star Team. “The Finnish Flash” led the NHL in goals... Learn More
  10. Joe Sakic Autographed Quebec Slap Shot Breaking Through

    Joe Sakic Autographed Quebec Slap Shot Breaking Through

    $449.99
    After getting selected 15th in the first round of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft, Joe Sakic played one more season in the Western Hockey League before making his NHL debut in 1988. His talent was on display form the get-go as he scored his first career goal in his second career game. He notched a two-goal game the next night and scored his first hat trick in just his eighth career game. He went on to score 23 goals as a rookie and went on to post a... Learn More
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