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  1. Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed White Mitchell & Ness Vintage Canadiens Jersey

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed White Mitchell & Ness Vintage Canadiens Jersey

    $999.99
    The first time the Stanley Cup was awarded was in 1893. In the 100th anniversary, the Los Angeles Kings faced off against the Montreal Canadiens to determine the champion of the 1992-93 NHL season. It was the 34th time in the team’s rich history that the Canadiens made it to the finals. Roy played a huge role as a leader on the team and was awarded the Conn Smythe as the most valuable player of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This white Mitchell &... Learn More
  2. Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Red Mitchell & Ness Vintage Canadiens Jersey

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Red Mitchell & Ness Vintage Canadiens Jersey

    $999.99
    The Montreal Canadiens beat the Los Angeles Kings in the1993 Stanley Cup Finals and secured the franchise’s twenty-fourth Stanley Cup. It was the first time the Kings had ever made it to the finals and the last Stanley Cup Final series to be played at the Montreal Forum. Patrick Roy won his second Conn Smythe Trophy for his performance in net during the Stanley Cup Playoffs. This red Mitchell & Ness Authentic Vintage jersey was signed by Roy... Learn More
  3. Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Authentic Heroes of Hockey Red Montreal Canadiens Jersey

    Patrick Roy Autographed & Inscribed Authentic Heroes of Hockey Red Montreal Canadiens Jersey

    $999.99
    Patrick Roy had his name put on the Stanley Cup® for the first time at the age of 20. A legendary player who helped the Montreal Canadiens stay relevant in the playoffs, Roy recorded over 200 playoff games. In 1993 Roy won another Stanley Cup® with the Montreal Canadiens as well as the Conn Smythe Trophy. Roy retired as the NHL’s® all-time winningest goaltender with 551 wins and also earned five Jennings Trophies. In his first year of... Learn More
  4. Wayne Gretzky Signed "Triple Threat" Picture

    Wayne Gretzky Signed "Triple Threat" Picture

    $999.99
    Wayne Gretzky interestingly spent 99.9% of his illustrious NHL playing career as a member of the three teams (Oilers, Kings, and Rangers) depicted in this UDA designed image. Gretzky is shown in the home white jersey chronologically from left to right. Wayne briefly played for the St. Louis Blues during the 1995-96’ season between his stint in LA and New York. Ironically, these jerseys would presently be considered his away jerseys after the... Learn More
  5. Connor McDavid Autographed Acrylic Stick Blade with Edmonton Oilers Picture - Framed

    Connor McDavid Autographed Acrylic Stick Blade with Edmonton Oilers Picture - Framed

    $999.99
    Connor McDavid laced up his hockey skates his rookie season for the Edmonton Oilers in 2015-16. He played in 45 NHL games in his rookie season and still finished third in voting for the Calder Memorial Trophy awarded to the NHL’s Rookie of the Year. A must-see player always creating highlight reel plays, Connor has quickly gotten the attention of hockey fans from all around the world. His captivating style of play is credited to his incredible... Learn More
  6. Paul Coffey Autographed “The Show” Display

    Paul Coffey Autographed “The Show” Display

    $999.99
    In his 21 seasons as a player in the National Hockey League, Paul Coffey won the Norris Trophy three times and appeared in 14 NHL All-Star Games. Coffey retired as the highest-scoring defenseman in NHL playoff history. In 2004, Coffey was selected to be an Honoured Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. This breathtaking 46”x20” framed display shows Coffey as a member of the Edmonton Oilers. Coffey’s oversized... Learn More
  7. NEW Connor McDavid Autographed & Inscribed “3x Fastest Skater” 36 x 18

    Connor McDavid Autographed & Inscribed “3x Fastest Skater” 36 x 18

    $999.99
    Three straight years for Connor McDavid! He was crowned the fastest skater at the 2019 All-Star Game Skill Challenge with a time of 13.378 seconds. McDavid wasn’t the only one making history, with Nathan MacKinnon sideline with an injury he named his replacement, Olympic Gold Medalist Kendall Coyne Schofield. She is the first female to ever compete in the NHL All-Star Skills completion. After the skill challenge McDavid was interviewed and... Learn More
  8. Wayne Gretzky Signed & Inscribed 1989 All Star Game Mega Ticket

    Wayne Gretzky Signed & Inscribed 1989 All Star Game Mega Ticket

    $999.99
    The 40th NHL All Star game was held February 7, 1989 at the Edmonton Northland Coliseum. This game marked the return of former Edmonton Oiler captain Wayne Gretzky to the city where he had played his entire NHL career. Gretzky, playing for the Campbell Conference was named the game’s MVP after scoring a goal and adding two assists in a 9-5 victory over the Wales Conference. This Mega Ticket is inspired by an authentic ticket from the game,... Learn More
  9. Patrick Roy Autographed The Show “Stand-up” 46 x 20 Framed

    Patrick Roy Autographed The Show “Stand-up” 46 x 20 Framed

    $999.99
    Patrick Roy earned the nickname “Saint Patrick” for his unbelievable goaltending while playing for the Montreal Canadiens. He was reliable during the playoffs and a fierce competitor that coaches and teammates could rely on. In the 1984-85 season, Roy played in one NHL® game and did not allow any goals. He went on to lead his AHL team, the Sherbrooke Canadiens, to a Calder Cup championship. In the following season, Roy played in 47 games and... Learn More
  10. Wayne Gretzky Autographed ‘Homeland’ 36 x 18 Photo

    Wayne Gretzky Autographed ‘Homeland’ 36x18 Photo

    $999.99
    A native of Brantford, Ontario Wayne Gretzky is a hockey icon in his home country. Wayne was 16 years old when he first donned the National red and white sweater as member of the 1978 World Junior team. He was the youngest participant, but managed to lead the tournament in goals and was named an all star. His individual dominance continued as he grew older and the national team began to flourish. Gretzky played on four Canada Cup teams (1981,... Learn More
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