• Patrice Bergeron Signed Boston Bruins 8x10 Playmaker Photo This Patrice Bergeron Signed Boston Bruins 8x10 Playmaker Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Bergeron.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from AJ Sportsworld. Learn More about Patrice Bergeron: Patrice Bergeron is one of the best two-way forwards playing in the NHL today.  He was drafted into the NHL in 2003 and after only one season in the minors became a regular player for the Boston Bruins.  He finished his rookie campaign with 39 points in 71 games, fifth among all rookies. Patrice Bergeron has received numerous awards from both the NHL and Internationally.  He is a three-time Frank J. Selke Trophy winner for best defensive skills.  He won the Stanley Cup with the Bruins in 2011 and became the 25th member of the Triple Gold club.  He won Gold at the World Championships in 2004 and 2005 and a Gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.  He won his second Gold medal with Team Canada at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi. As Patrice Bergeron continues his career with the Boston Bruins, he has become the 17th player to score 200 goals for the franchise.  In 2013, Bergeron signed an eight year contract extension with the Boston Bruins. Own a piece of hockey history with a Patrice Bergeron Signed Boston Bruins 8x10 Playmaker Photo!              
  • Phil Esposito Boston Bruins Heckler Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Phil Esposito. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Phil Esposito: Phil Esposito, considered the greatest scorer of his time, spent 18 seasons in the NHL playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers.  Midway through the 1964 season, Phil Esposito joined the Blackhawks and quickly established himself as a leading goal scorer, playing centre for Bobby Hull. Eposito was traded to the Boston Bruins where he became the first player to reach 100 points in a season.   He led the league in goal for 6 straight seasons from 1969-70-1974/75.  He won the Art Ross Trophy as the top scorer in the regular in 1969 and 1971-74.  Phil Esposito was named to the first NHL All-Star team and he won the Hart Trophy for league MVP in 1969 & 1974.  Phil Esposito along with superstar teammate Bobby Orr led the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cup Championships in 1971-1972. Phil Esposito was traded to the New York Rangers where he remained and effective goal scorer leading the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final in 1979.  He retired in 1981, finishing second in career goals and total points behind Gordie Howe. Following his retirement, Phil Esposito served as General Manager and Coach for the New York Rangers.  He won the expansion bid for Tampa Bay and founded the Lightning in 1992, serving as team president and GM until 1998. Esposito was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.  Three years later his number #7 was retired by the Boston Bruins in an emotional ceremony where current #7 Ray Bourque pulled off his jersey and surrendered the number to Mr. Esposito.
  • Phil Esposito Jean Beliveau Face-off Dual Signed 8x10 Hockey Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Phil Esposito and Jean Beliveau. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Jean Beliveau: Jean Beliveau was both a talented baseball and hockey player.  He was offered a minor league pro contract at the age of 15 that was turned down by his family.  He was also offered an NHL “C-form” contract by the general manager of the Montreal Canadiens-a standard contract that would have required Beliveau to join the Canadiens at a set date and salary.  Again, his father refused to sign, instead signing a “B-form,” agreeing to play for Montreal if he decided to turn pro.  Despite his success in the amateur Quebec Senior Hockey League  (QSHL) and two brief appearances for the Canadiens in 1950 and the 1952-53, Beliveau was reluctant to play professionally. Habs GM desperately wanted Beliveau, a leading scorer in the amateur league, to play full-time for the Habs.  The Canadiensowners, bought the QSHL and converted it from an amateur to minor pro league, forcing Beliveau to join the Canadiens for the 1953-54 season due to the previously signed “B-form.” Jean Beliveau spent the next 18 seasons with the Canadiens and was a crucial part of their success.  Beliveau was a lightning fast skater, talented stickhandler and brilliant playmaker who could also score with his accurate and powerful shots on net.  He became an instant fan favorite, all around team player and one of the greatest captains in league history. He played on 10 Stanley Cup winning teams, winning 5 consecutive Cups from 1956-1960.  He was team captain for his last 10 seasons, the longest tenure of any captain in club history. Beliveauwas known as a gentleman both on and off the ice, leading by example, he was a mentor to new players  and a valued confidant to veterans.  Highly respected in the hockey world, Beliveau was the game’s greatest role model. After his retirement, he devoted his energy to helping those less fortunate through several charities.  In 1971,Beliveau won his 10th Stanley Cup and his number 4 was retired on October 4, 1971.  The Hockey Hall of Fame waived the three year waiting period and inducted Beliveau in 1972.  Sadly, Mr. Jean Beliveau passed away on December 2, 2014 at the age of 83. Complete your NHL collect with Phil Esposito Jean Beliveau Face-off Dual Signed 8x10 Hockey Photo!
  • Phil Esposito Signed Hockey Puck with HOF note Boston Bruins This hand signed Boston Bruins  hockey puck has been personally autographed by Phil Esposito. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Phil Esposito: Phil Esposito, considered the greatest scorer of his time, spent 18 seasons in the NHL playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers.  Midway through the 1964 season, Phil Esposito joined the Blackhawks and quickly established himself as a leading goal scorer, playing centre for Bobby Hull. Eposito was traded to the Boston Bruins where he became the first player to reach 100 points in a season.   He led the league in goal for 6 straight seasons from 1969-70-1974/75.  He won the Art Ross Trophy as the top scorer in the regular in 1969 and 1971-74.  Phil Esposito was named to the first NHL All-Star team and he won the Hart Trophy for league MVP in 1969 & 1974.  Phil Esposito along with superstar teammate Bobby Orr led the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cup Championships in 1971-1972. Phil Esposito was traded to the New York Rangers where he remained and effective goal scorer leading the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final in 1979.  He retired in 1981, finishing second in career goals and total points behind Gordie Howe. Following his retirement, Phil Esposito served as General Manager and Coach for the New York Rangers.  He won the expansion bid for Tampa Bay and founded the Lightning in 1992, serving as team president and GM until 1998. Esposito was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.  Three years later his number #7 was retired by the Boston Bruins in an emotional ceremony where current #7 Ray Bourque pulled off his jersey and surrendered the number to Mr. Esposito. A must have collectible for all Esposito fans!  Get your Boston Bruins Phil Esposito Signed Hockey Puck with HOF note today!  Buy with confidence!
  • Phil Esposito vs Tony Esposito Legendary Family Battle Dual Signed 8x10 Hockey Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Phil Esposito and Tony Esposito. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Phil Esposito: Phil Esposito, considered the greatest scorer of his time, spent 18 seasons in the NHL playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins and New York Rangers.  Midway through the 1964 season, Phil Esposito joined the Blackhawks and quickly established himself as a leading goal scorer, playing centre for Bobby Hull. Eposito was traded to the Boston Bruins where he became the first player to reach 100 points in a season.   He led the league in goal for 6 straight seasons from 1969-70-1974/75.  He won the Art Ross Trophy as the top scorer in the regular in 1969 and 1971-74.  Phil Esposito was named to the first NHL All-Star team and he won the Hart Trophy for league MVP in 1969 & 1974.  Phil Esposito along with superstar teammate Bobby Orr led the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cup Championships in 1971-1972. Phil Esposito was traded to the New York Rangers where he remained and effective goal scorer leading the Rangers to the Stanley Cup Final in 1979.  He retired in 1981, finishing second in career goals and total points behind Gordie Howe. Following his retirement, Phil Esposito served as General Manager and Coach for the New York Rangers.  He won the expansion bid for Tampa Bay and founded the Lightning in 1992, serving as team president and GM until 1998. Esposito was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.  Three years later his number #7 was retired by the Boston Bruins in an emotional ceremony where current #7 Ray Bourque pulled off his jersey and surrendered the number to Mr. Esposito. Learn More About Tony Esposito: Tony Esposito was a goaltender that was active from 1967-1984.  He began his pro career with the Western Hockey League in 1967-68 playing for the Vancouver Canucks and then joined the Central Hockey League the following season playing for the Houston Apollos.  He joined the NHL in 1968 playing for the Montreal Canadiens.  At the time, Montreal had many goaltenders and Esposito was signed by the Chicago Blackhawks where he quickly rose to fame. The 1969-70 season with the Blackhawks was Tony Esposito’s first full season in the NHL.  He set an NHL record with 15 shutouts and posted a 2.17 GAA, winning the Calder Trophy as the league’s Rookie of the Year.  He was nicknamed Tony “O” for his shutout abilities.  The following season he posted his lowest GAA of his career with 1.77 and shared the Vezina trophy for best goaltender.  He would go on to win 2 more Vezina Trophies. Tony Esposito was named to the 1972 Team Canada Summit Series where he would be the first goalie to post a win against the Soviets.  Esposito had the highest save percentage of Canada’s 3 goalies and lowest GAA.  He represented Canada in the 1977 Ice Hockey World Championship.  In 1981, Tony Esposito became a naturalized American citizen and would join Team USA in the Canada Cup. Tony Esposito retired from the NHL in 1985 and was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame 1988.  His number “35” was retired by the Chicago Blackhawks Complete your Esposito collection with a Dual Signed Phil Esposito vs Tony Esposito Legendary Family Battle Photo!  Buy it Now!  Secure Payment & Free Shipping!
  • Ray Bourque Boston Bruins Autographed Black Fanatics Vintage Hockey Jersey This is an official licensed Ray Bourque Boston Bruins Autographed Black Fanatics Vintage Hockey Jersey.  The jersey is brand new with tags.  All of the lettering and numbering is completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team.  Mr. Bourque has personally autographed the jersey.  To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from A J Sportworld is included with your purchase. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ray Bourque Boston Bruins Autographed Black Fanatics Vintage Hockey Jersey!  
  • Ray Bourque Bruins Signed Vintage 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Get a piece of NHL Hockey history with a Ray Bourque Bruins Signed Vintage 8x10 Photo!
  • Ray Bourque Hockey Hall of Fame Journey Boston Bruins Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Get your Ray Bourque Hockey Hall of Fame Journey Boston Bruins Signed 8x10 Photo today!  Secure Transactions and Fast Shipping!  
  • Ray Bourque Photos-Signed Boston Bruins Overhead 8x10 This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Get your NHL Hockey Hero Ray Bourque Photos-Signed Boston Bruins Playmaker 8x10!!
  • Ray Bourque Signed Hockey Puck Boston Bruins This hand signed Boston Bruins hockey puck has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Get Your Boston Bruins Collectible with a Ray Bourque Signed Hockey Puck. Complete your collection today! Secure Transactions!!
  • Ray Bourque Signed Photo Boston Bruins 8x10 This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Buy it Now!  A Ray Bourque Signed Photo Boston Bruins 8x10!!
  • Reggie Leach Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Puck This hand signed Boston Bruins hockey puck has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Reggie Leach Rookie Photo-Boston Bruins Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Rookie Photo-Boston Bruins Signed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Rick Middleton Autographed Puck-Boston Bruins Hockey Puck This Rick Middleton Autographed Puck-Boston Bruins Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Middleton.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Rick Middleton: Rick Middleton was a right winger that played in the NHL from 1974-1988 for the New York Rangers and the Boston Bruins.  Middleton had a strong rookie season with the Rangers but at the end of the second season was traded to the Boston Bruins in what sportswriters called one of the most lopsided deals in NHL history. Rick Middleton was traded to Bruins for Ken Hodge, a veteran player.  Hodge would only play one season with the Rangers before putting up his skates.  Middleton, on the other hand, was a young player at the beginning of his career and would spend the next twelve seasons in a Bruins uniform.  Coach Don Cherry helped develop Rick Middleton into a solid two way forward who was strong on both the power play and the penalty kill.  Middleton had five straight forty goal and 90 point seasons and finished his tenure in Boston with nearly 900 points as a Bruin. In 1985, Middleton became co-captain of the Bruins wearing the “C” during home games while teammate Ray Bourque captained the team for away games.  He set an NHL record for most points in a playoff series with 19 and most assists in a playoff series with 14.  His record 105 points in the 1983-1984 season tied Ken Hodges for most points by a right winger for the Boston franchise.  He retired from hockey after 1005 regular season games and 988 points. Own a piece of hockey history with a Rick Middleton Autographed Puck-Boston Bruins Hockey Puck!  
  • Rick Middleton Boston Bruins Signed Photo Hockey Action 8x10 This Rick Middleton Boston Bruins Signed Photo Hockey Action 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Middleton.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Rick Middleton: Rick Middleton was a right winger that played in the NHL from 1974-1988 for the New York Rangers and the Boston Bruins.  Middleton had a strong rookie season with the Rangers but at the end of the second season was traded to the Boston Bruins in what sportswriters called one of the most lopsided deals in NHL history. Rick Middleton was traded to Bruins for Ken Hodge, a veteran player.  Hodge would only play one season with the Rangers before putting up his skates.  Middleton, on the other hand, was a young player at the beginning of his career and would spend the next twelve seasons in a Bruins uniform.  Coach Don Cherry helped develop Rick Middleton into a solid two way forward who was strong on both the power play and the penalty kill.  Middleton had five straight forty goal and 90 point seasons and finished his tenure in Boston with nearly 900 points as a Bruin. In 1985, Middleton became co-captain of the Bruins wearing the “C” during home games while teammate Ray Bourque captained the team for away games.  He set an NHL record for most points in a playoff series with 19 and most assists in a playoff series with 14.  His record 105 points in the 1983-1984 season tied Ken Hodges for most points by a right winger for the Boston franchise.  He retired from hockey after 1005 regular season games and 988 points. Own a piece of hockey history with a Rick Middleton Boston Bruins Signed Photo Hockey Action 8x10!  
  • Rogie Vachon Boston Bruins Signed Hockey Goalie 8x10 Photo This hand signed  Boston Bruins Hockey Goalie 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Rogie Vachon.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Rogie Vachon: Rogie Vachon was an NHL goaltender that was active from 1965-1982 playing for the Montreal Canadiens, LA Kings, Detroit Red Wings and Boston Bruins.  Vachon entered the NHL as backup goaltender for the Canadiens but his playoff success ensured him a spot on the team roster.  Vachon went on to win the Vezina Trophy with teammate Gump Worsley the following season as the lead the team to two back to back Stanley Cup Championships in 1968 and 1969 and a third in 1971. Rogie Vachon was traded to the Los Angeles King where he played from 1971 to 1978 where he celebrated some of the best moments of his career.  He was team MVP for 4 consecutive years starting in 1973.  He was runner up for the Vezina Trophy in 1975 and he was selected for NHL Second All-Star Team in 1975 and 1977.  Vachon was considered one of the best one-to-one goaltenders in his era and he never allowed a single goal on a penalty shot for his entire career.  Rogie Vachon was honoured by the Los Angeles Kings as his was the first number retired by the franchise in 1985.  Following his retirement as a player, Rogie Vachon continued to serve the LA Kings as GM from 1984-1992.  He was interim head coach on 3 separate occasions.  Vachon continues to serve as Royal Ambassador for the Kings. Own a piece of hockey history with a Rogie Vachon Boston Bruins Signed Hockey Goalie 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Terry O'Reilly Boston Bruins Autographed Fanatics Vintage Hockey Jersey This is an official licensed Terry O'Reilly Boston Bruins Autographed Fanatics Vintage Hockey Jersey . The jersey is brand new with tags.  All of the lettering and numbering is completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team.  Mr. O'Reilly has personally autographed the jersey.  To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from A J Sportworld is included with your purchase. Own a piece of hockey history with a Terry O'Reilly Boston Bruins Autographed Fanatics Vintage Hockey Jersey !  
  • Terry O'Reilly Boston Bruins Signed Enforcer Post Fight Photo 8x10 This Terry O'Reilly Boston Bruins Signed Enforcer Post Fight Photo 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. O'Reilly.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Terry O’Reilly: Terry O’Reilly was a tenacious winger that played his entire NHL career with the Boston Bruins from 1971-1985.  He was part of the “Lunch Bucket Crew” of the Bruins that were known as grinders and enforcers under Don Cherry’s leadership.  O’Reilly was known as a tough player who racked up 200 plus penalty minutes in five consecutive seasons.  He was called “Bloody O’Reilly” by the press and was called “Taz” by teammate Phil Esposito for his reckless play reminiscent of the cartoon character the Tasmanian Devil. Although O’Reilly was best known for his physical side of the game, he was also a decent goal scorer with his best season being 1977-1978 where he had 29 goals and 90 points.  He captained the Boston Bruins for two years and also appeared in two All-Star games.  At the end of his playing career, Terry O’Reilly had accumulated 2095 penalty minutes as well as 606 points in his 13 seasons.  After retirement, O’Reilly became an assistant coach and later head coach of the Boston Bruins. Own a piece of hockey history with a Terry O'Reilly Boston Bruins Autographed Enforcer Post Fight 8x10 Photo!  
  • Terry O'Reilly Signed Photo-Boston Bruins Vintage Action 8x10 This Terry O'Reilly Signed Photo-Boston Bruins Vintage Action 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. O'Reilly.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Terry O’Reilly: Terry O’Reilly was a tenacious winger that played his entire NHL career with the Boston Bruins from 1971-1985.  He was part of the “Lunch Bucket Crew” of the Bruins that were known as grinders and enforcers under Don Cherry’s leadership.  O’Reilly was known as a tough player who racked up 200 plus penalty minutes in five consecutive seasons.  He was called “Bloody O’Reilly” by the press and was called “Taz” by teammate Phil Esposito for his reckless play reminiscent of the cartoon character the Tasmanian Devil. Although O’Reilly was best known for his physical side of the game, he was also a decent goal scorer with his best season being 1977-1978 where he had 29 goals and 90 points.  He captained the Boston Bruins for two years and also appeared in two All-Star games.  At the end of his playing career, Terry O’Reilly had accumulated 2095 penalty minutes as well as 606 points in his 13 seasons.  After retirement, O’Reilly became an assistant coach and later head coach of the Boston Bruins. Own a piece of hockey history with a Terry O'Reilly Signed Photo-Boston Bruins Vintage Action 8x10!  
  • Terry O'Reilly Signed Puck-Boston Bruins w/ 2095 PIM Inscription This Terry O'Reilly Signed Puck-Boston Bruins w/ 2095 PIM Inscription has been personally autographed by Mr. O'Reilly.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Terry O’Reilly: Terry O’Reilly was a tenacious winger that played his entire NHL career with the Boston Bruins from 1971-1985.  He was part of the “Lunch Bucket Crew” of the Bruins that were known as grinders and enforcers under Don Cherry’s leadership.  O’Reilly was known as a tough player who racked up 200 plus penalty minutes in five consecutive seasons.  He was called “Bloody O’Reilly” by the press and was called “Taz” by teammate Phil Esposito for his reckless play reminiscent of the cartoon character the Tasmanian Devil. Although O’Reilly was best known for his physical side of the game, he was also a decent goal scorer with his best season being 1977-1978 where he had 29 goals and 90 points.  He captained the Boston Bruins for two years and also appeared in two All-Star games.  At the end of his playing career, Terry O’Reilly had accumulated 2095 penalty minutes as well as 606 points in his 13 seasons.  After retirement, O’Reilly became an assistant coach and later head coach of the Boston Bruins. Own a piece of hockey history with a Terry O'Reilly Signed Puck-Boston Bruins w/ 2095 PIM Inscription!  
  • Tom Johnson Boston Bruins Autographed NHL Hockey Puck This Tom Johnson Boston Bruins Autographed NHL Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Johnson.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Tom Johnson: Tom Johnson was an NHL defenseman that played for the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins from 1947-1965.  He became a starting player for the Canadiens in 1950 and impressed the coaching staff with his durability, speed, stickhandling and accurate passing skills.  Tom Johnson’s talent was turning over the puck without physical contact with opposing forwards, leading to breakaways for his team.  He was often switched to center if a goal was needed late in the game due to his ability to win faceoffs and accurately pass the puck.  Tom Johnson was part of the Canadiens’ glory years winning the Stanley Cup Championship in 1953 and five consecutive cups from 1956-1960. Tom Johnson was left unprotected by the Habs following an eye injury that had the potential to end his career.  He was picked up by the Boston Bruins where he played for 121 games before a skate severed the nerves in his leg forcing him into retirement.  He remained with the Bruins front office staff after retirement and acted as assistant to the president and general manager.  Tom Johnson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1970. Own a piece of hockey history with a Tom Johnson Boston Bruins Autographed NHL Hockey Puck!  
  • Tom Johnson Bruins Autographed Photo-Black & White 8x10 This Tom Johnson Bruins Autographed Photo-Black & White 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Johnson.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Tom Johnson: Tom Johnson was an NHL defenseman that played for the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins from 1947-1965.  He became a starting player for the Canadiens in 1950 and impressed the coaching staff with his durability, speed, stickhandling and accurate passing skills.  Tom Johnson’s talent was turning over the puck without physical contact with opposing forwards, leading to breakaways for his team.  He was often switched to center if a goal was needed late in the game due to his ability to win faceoffs and accurately pass the puck.  Tom Johnson was part of the Canadiens’ glory years winning the Stanley Cup Championship in 1953 and five consecutive cups from 1956-1960. Tom Johnson was left unprotected by the Habs following an eye injury that had the potential to end his career.  He was picked up by the Boston Bruins where he played for 121 games before a skate severed the nerves in his leg forcing him into retirement.  He remained with the Bruins front office staff after retirement and acted as assistant to the president and general manager.  Tom Johnson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1970.  Own a piece of hockey history with a Tom Johnson Bruins Autographed Photo-Black & White 8x10!  
  • Tyler Seguin Draft Day 2010 Signed Puck This hand-signed Draft Day 2010 Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Tyler Seguin with 2nd pick inscription. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Tyler Seguin: Tyler Seguin is the current centre for the Dallas Stars, playing alongside captain Jamie Benn. Tyler Seguin was drafted to the NHL by the Boston Bruins, second overall at the age of 18.  He made his NHL debuit in the same year and won his first Stanley Cup Championship during his rookie year with the Bruins.  The trade to the Stars would see Seguin grow into an offensive force in the league.  Seguin finished 4th overall in total points scored in the 2013-14 season. Tyler Seguin comes from a hockey family where both his parents and his sisters played hockey.  No doubt that helped propel him to improve his on-ice skills.  He is fearless, skillful, quick on his feet with an accurate shot.  Together with linemates Jamie Benn and Patrick Sharp, Tyler Seguin continues to develop into a dominate force on Dallas Stars first line in their quest for a Stanley Cup Championship. Own this Tyler Seguin Draft Day 2010 Signed Puck today! Great addition to your Tyler Seguin or Stars collection!
  • Wayne Cashman Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Puck This Wayne Cashman Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Cashman.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Wayne Cashman: Wayne Cashman was an NHL winger that played his entire 17 year career with the Boston Bruins from 1965-1983.  The hard-nosed winger was on the formidable line with superstar Phil Esposito and Ken Hodge.  His strength was in battling in the corners and forechecking.  He also served as enforcer protecting Esposito and Bobby Orr.  Wayne Cashman was part of two Stanley Cup winning teams in 1970 and 1972. Wayne Cashman was the last active player from the Original Six Era.  He served as captain of the Boston Bruins from 1978 until he retired in 1983.  He played in 1027 regular season games with 277 goals and 516 assists. Internationally, Wayne Cashman represented Team Canada and he took part in the 1972 Summit Series.  He again served the role of enforcer or “Big Bad Bruin” as he called himself. After he retired as a player, Wayne Cashman served as assistant coach for many years for the New York Rangers and Tampa Bay Lightning.  He became head coach of the Philadelphia Flyers for one season before being demoted to assistant coach ahead of their playoff run. Own a piece of hockey history with a Wayne Cashman Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Puck!  
  • Wayne Primeau Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Action 8x10 Photo This Wayne Primeau Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Primeau.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Wayne Primeau: Wayne Primeau was a professional ice hockey player, playing center for the Buffalo Sabres, Tampa Bay Lightning, Pittsburgh Penguins, San Jose Sharks, Boston Bruins, Calgary Flames and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Primeau was originally drafted by the Sabres in 1994 where he played his first NHL game and scored his first goal.  In 2000, he was traded to Tampa then in 2001 he was traded to Pittsburgh, and was traded again in 2003 to the San Jose Sharks. After a career year in 2003-2004 Primeau was eligible for an unrestrictive free agency but he re-signed with the Sharks instead. Primeau was traded in 2005 to the Bruins and was traded again in 2007 to Calgary.  In 2009, he was traded from Calgary to the Maple Leafs.  Before the start of the Maple Leafs 2010 training camp Primeau was signed to a professional tryout contact with the Leafs.  He was released September 26th. Own a piece of hockey history with a Wayne Primeau Boston Bruins Autographed Hockey Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Zdeno Chara Autographed Picture-Boston Bruins Action 8x10 This Zdeno Chara Autographed Picture-Boston Bruins Action 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Chara.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Zdeno Chara: Zdeno Chara is an NHL defenseman and current captain of the Boston Bruins.  Chara emigrated to North America from his native Slovakia at the age of 19 with one year remaining in junior eligibility to learn how to play hockey here with a smaller ice surface.  He was drafted by the New York Islanders in the 1996 Entry Draft and began playing on the team in the 1997-1998 season. Zdeno Chara is an excellent stay-at-home defenseman who at 6 foot 9 inches is the tallest player in the NHL.  His tall stature makes him physically intimidating and he is known as a hard hitter.  He has a powerful slapshot and his offensive numbers increase year over year. Chara spent four seasons with the Islanders and another five with the Ottawa Senators.  The Sens recognized his growing skills as he turned into an elite defenseman.  In 2006, Zdeno Chara joined the Boston Bruins and was made captain.  Chara would reach the 50-point mark with the Bruins and in 2011, his efforts were rewards with his first Stanley Cup Championship.  Chara was also the recipient of the James Norris Trophy for leagues’ best defenseman. Internationally, Chara represents his native Slovakia and has appeared in three Winter Olympics including being chosen as the flag bearer during the opening ceremonies in 2014.  He has also been part of several World Hockey Championships, and World Cup of Hockey. Own a piece of hockey history with a Zdeno Chara Autographed Picture-Boston Bruins Action 8x10!  
  • Zdeno Chara Boston Bruins Autographed Game Model Hockey Puck This hand signed Zdeno Chara Boston Bruins Autographed Game Model Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Chara.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from AJ Sportsworld.
  • Zdeno Chara Boston Bruins Autographed Action 8x10 Photo/strong> This hand signed Zdeno Chara Boston Bruins Autographed Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Chara.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from AJ Sportsworld.

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