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  1. Wayne Gretzky Autographed Edmonton Oilers Acrylic Puck

    Wayne Gretzky Autographed Edmonton Oilers Acrylic Puck

    $599.99
    When Wayne Gretzky joined the National Hockey League when the average player weight was 189 pounds, and he was noticeably smaller at 160 pounds. Gretzky was an all-around athlete, playing lacrosse as well as baseball competitively. Gretzky contributes his ability to protect himself from hard checks to his years of playing lacrosse. In the NHL, he had a way of eluding defensemen and surprising goalies with his speed. Here is a chance to own a... Learn More
  2. Aaron Ekblad Autographed Florida Panthers Acrylic Puck

    Aaron Ekblad Autographed Florida Panthers Acrylic Puck

    $89.99
    On June 27, 2014 the Florida Panthers selected Aaron Ekblad with the No.1 pick in the NHL Entry Draft. Ekblad is one of the few players to successfully make the jump directly from junior hockey to the NHL. As an 18-year-old player in the NHL, Ekblad averaged 22 minutes of ice time and cemented his place as a franchise defenseman. The future is bright for this young star as he continues to develop his skill set and increase his confidence.... Learn More
  3. Aaron Ekblad Autographed & Inscribed “2015 Calder” Florida Panthers Acrylic Puck

    Aaron Ekblad Autographed & Inscribed “2015 Calder” Florida Panthers Acrylic Puck

    $114.99
    The Calder Memorial Trophy is awarded annually to the NHL’s rookie of the year. In the 2014-15 season, the three finalists named for the trophy were Mark Stone, Johnny Gaudreau and Aaron Ekblad. On June 24, 2015 Ekblad was announced as the Calder Memorial Trophy winner. The award is named after the first president of the NHL, Frank Calder. The winner is determined by votes cast by members of the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association. Ekblad... Learn More
  4. William Nylander Autographed Toronto Maple Leafs Lucite Puck

    William Nylander Autographed Toronto Maple Leafs Lucite Puck

    $124.99
    The Toronto Maple Leafs drafted an exciting player in William Nylander with the eighth overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. He had the chance to prove his ability when he made his NHL debut on February 29, 2016. The 20-year-old Nylander impressed early and has been admired for his puck-moving ability. He quickly scored his first NHL goal on March 5, 2016, which was assisted by Brooks Laich, who also assisted William’s father on his last... Learn More
  5. William Nylander Autographed & Inscribed "Go Leafs Go" Toronto Maple Leafs Lucite Puck

    William Nylander Autographed & Inscribed "Go Leafs Go" Toronto Maple Leafs Lucite Puck

    $149.99
    William Nylander was selected 8th overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs and has fit in nicely with the team as a young forward with a bright future ahead of him. Nylander played on the top offensive line during the 2017-18season alongside Auston Matthews and Zach Hyman. The storied franchise has qualified for the Stanley Cup in Nylander’s first two full-time seasons with the team. Nylander has signed and inscribed “Go Leafs Go” on this NHL... Learn More
  6. Connor McDavid Autographed Edmonton Oilers Acrylic Puck with Oilers Picture Curve Display

    Connor McDavid Autographed Edmonton Oilers Acrylic Puck with Oilers Picture Curve Display

    $649.99
    Here is your chance to score an amazing memorabilia item with this specially designed curve display piece highlighted by a lucite hockey puck signed by Connor McDavid. Backed by a UDA designed 8”x10” action shot of McDavid, an NHL licensed lucite puck bearing the Oilers team logo features his authentic signature in black. Presented in a dynamic curve-shaped display, the photo and puck combine for a dramatic visual. The puck rests securely on a... Learn More
  7. NEW Connor McDavid Autographed & Inscribed Team Canada Acrylic Puck

    Connor McDavid Autographed & Inscribed Team Canada Acrylic Puck

    $699.99
    This acrylic hockey puck with a Team Canada logo at the core features a beautiful autograph and inscription from Upper Deck exclusive spokesperson, Connor McDavid. McDavid has inked the inscription “2016 Gold” below the autograph to commemorate the gold medal won by Team Canada during the 2016 IIHF World Championship held in Moscow, Russia. This puck is limited to 97, the number McDavid wears as a nod to his birth year. Upper Deck... Learn More
  8. Paul Coffey Autographed & Inscribed Edmonton Oilers Acrylic Puck

    Paul Coffey Autographed & Inscribed Edmonton Oilers® Acrylic Puck

    $149.99
    Paul Coffey won three Stanley Cups® with the Edmonton Oilers® and a fourth championship as a member of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Prior to the Oilers®, Coffey played for the Sault St. Marie Greyhounds and scored 102 points in 75 games. He had incredible power and speed that helped turn him into a feared offensive defenseman. Coffey blossomed into a star in the NHL® as he broke records and won championships. Coffey has signed and inscribed “4x... Learn More
  9. Jari Kurri Autographed & Inscribed Edmonton Oilers Acrylic Puck

    Jari Kurri Autographed & Inscribed Edmonton Oilers® Acrylic Puck

    $149.99
    Jari Kurri is considered an icon for fans in Finland and throughout the hockey world due to his consistent performance throughout a career that featured five Stanley Cup® championships. When he unexpectedly arrived in Edmonton following the 1980 NHL® Draft, Kurri was a shy young player who spoke very little English. Kurri’s play steadily improved, and in the 1982-83 season he recorded a 100-point season while reaching 50 goals as well. Kurri... Learn More
  10. Patrick Roy Autographed Montreal Canadiens Acrylic Puck

    Patrick Roy Autographed Montreal Canadiens Acrylic Puck

    $249.99
    Patrick Roy was born in Quebec City and went on to be drafted by the Montreal Canadiens. While playing in Montreal, Roy helped his team to two Stanley Cup® Championships. Roy began his professional career with the Sherbrooke Canadiens of the American Hockey League. Roy was drafter 51st overall in the 1984 NHL® Entry Draft and made his NHL® debut on February 23, 1985. The next season Roy played 47 games during the regular season and at... Learn More
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