• Phil Esposito Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks 8x10 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 Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks This hand signed Chicago Blackhawks  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. Complete your collection with a Phil Esposito Signed Puck!  Order Now!
  • 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!
  • Doug Gilmour Chicago Blackhawks Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Doug Gilmour. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Doug Gilmour: Doug Gilmour was drafted into the NHL in 1982 by the St. Louis Blues.  He quickly earned the nickname “Killer” due to his aggressive physical style of play despite his smaller stature.  Gilmour was part of the largest trade in NHL history bringing him from Calgary to Toronto where he immediately helped to revitalize the struggling Toronto Maple Leafs. Gilmour broke both personal and franchise scoring records with the Leafs in his first full season with the organization and ultimately led them to finish the 1992-93 season with the eighth best record in the NHL and their first winning season since 1978-79.  Gilmour was one of the most popular players on the Leafs during tenure.   Despite his status as fan favorite, Gilmour was traded in 1997 to the New Jersey Devils and subsequently played for the Chicago Blackhawks.  With the Blackhawks, Gilmour returned to Toronto to play the last game in historic Maple Leaf Garden receiving a standing ovation by the Toronto fans during the Garden’s closing ceremonies.  After a few more trades, Gilmour returned to Toronto where he played only one game before an injury caused him to miss the remainder of the season.  Gilmour officially announced his retirement on September 8, 2003.  Gilmour had scored 450 goals and 964 assists in 1474 games over his 20 year NHL career. On January 31, 2009 Gilmour’s number 93 was raised to the rafters by the Toronto Maple Leafs and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • Bobby Hull Jersey Signed Chicago Blackhawks Vintage Hockey Jersey This is an official licensed hand-signed Bobby Hull Chicago Blackhawks CCM Vintage jersey. The jersey is brand new with tags. All of the lettering and numbering are completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team. Mr. Hull has personally autographed the number. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included with your purchase. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Bobby Hull Chicago Blackhawks NHL Game Action Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Bobby Hull Signed Photograph Chicago Blackhawks On Ice Close-up 8x10 This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Bobby Hull Stanley Cup 1961 Chicago Blackhawks Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Signed Bobby Hull Picture Chicago Blackhawks Record 51st Goal 8x10 This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Signed Bobby Hull Chicago Blackhawks Golden Jet 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Bobby Hull Johnny Bower Original 6 Legends Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull and Johnny Bower. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Bobby Hull Blackhawks Signed Hockey Puck with HOF Inscription This hand signed Chicago Blackhawks  hockey puck has been personally autographed by Bobby Hull. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Bobby Hull: Bobby Hull joined the NHL in 1957 with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He quickly blossomed into a star player, known for his incredible speed, end to end rushes, his powerful shot and blonde hair, he was nicknamed “The Golden Jet.” Hull finished second in voting for the rookie of the year, Calder Trophy. Hull became a leading goal scorer for the Blackhawks.  He became the first player to score more than 50 goals in a season in 1966, ending the season with 54 goals, the highest season total of the Original Six era. Despite Hull being a superstar in the NHL, he felt he was not fairly compensated by the league.  In 1972, he signed with rival World Hockey Association and the Winnipeg Jets for an unprecedented $1 million.  Hull would go on to surpass his previous record for goals in a season, finishing with 77 in the 1974-75 season. After the merger of the Leagues, Hull played one more season with the NHL Jets before being traded to the Hartford Whalers. Hull ended his career with as impressive record of 1063 regular season games played in the NHL, with 610 goals, 560 assists and a total of 1170 points.  Furthermore He played in 411 WHA regular season games, scoring 303 goals, 335 assists and 638 points as well as numerous trophies and award included the Order of Canada, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.  
  • Stan Mikita Jersey Signed Vintage CCM Chicago Blackhawks This is an official licensed hand-signed Stan Mikita Chicago Blackhawks CCM Vintage jersey. The jersey is brand new with tags. All of the lettering and numbering are completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team. Mr. Mikita has personally autographed the number. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included with your purchase. Learn More About Stan Mikita: Stan Mikita is a Slovak-born hockey centre that played his entire career for the Chicago Blackhawks from 1958 to 1980.  He quickly made an impact with the team and by his second full season he led the entire league in playoff goals, helping lead his team to a Stanley Cup victory. Stan Mikita became one of the most feared centres of the 1960s.  He became part of the “Scooter Line” and alongside superstar teammate Bobby Hull, the Blackhawks had the most powerful offense of the decade.  Stan Mikita led the league in scoring 4 times during the 60s and tied Bobby Hull for first in the 1966-67 season.   He won 2 Hart Memorial Trophies for MVP in 1967 and 1968.  He won 4 Art Ross Trophies for leading goal scorer in 1964, 65, 67 and 1969. Stan Mikita retired from hockey in 1980 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1983.  Mikita still remains 14th in NHL history in regular season scoring and 4th in games played for one team.  The Chicago Blackhawks retired his #21 in 1980 and he was the first player to have his number retired by the Blackhawks. A must have for any Blackhawks collector!  Get your Stan Mikita Jersey Signed Vintage CCM Chicago Blackhawks Jersey today!  Buy with Confidence!
  • Bobby Orr Signed Photo Chicago Blackhawks 8x10 COA: GNR This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Bobby Orr. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Great North Road is included. Learn more about Bobby Orr here: Boston Bruins legend and Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Orr played for 10 season with the Boston Bruins and two more seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks.  Bobby Orr is considered one of the greatest hockey players of all time. Orr revolutionized the defenseman position with his speed, scoring and play making ability which has yet to be duplicated.  Bobby Orr was awarded the Calder trophy in 1967 and was the youngest ever to win the award at that time. Bobby Orr remains the only defenseman to have won two Art Ross Trophies (1969-70 and 1974-75). Bobby Orr won eight consecutive Norris Trophies and the league's top defenseman from 1968-1975 and three consecutive Hart Trophies from 1970-1972.  Bobby Orr is a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Boston Bruins in 1970 and 1972.  On May 10th 1970 Bobby Orr scored "The Goal". A Derek Sanderson pass lead to what is the most famous images of the 20th century against Glen Hall and the St. Louis Blues.  Bobby Orr retired from professional Hockey in 1978 and at the age of 31 was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Bobby Orr NHL totals include 270 Goals, 645 Assists for a total of 915 points in 657 NHL regular season games played. Great North Road America is Bobby Orr's exclusive memorabilia company.  All signed Bobby Orr memorabilia comes with Great North Road's Certificate of Authenticity and Hologram of Authenticity.  Each Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity is individually numbered.  When purchasing Bobby Orr Memorabilia from Slap Shot Signatures you can be ensured that all items with Bobby Orr's signature are accompanied by Great North Road of America's Certificate of Authenticity. Own this piece of hockey history. Add this Bobby Orr Signed Photo to your collection today!
  • Bobby Orr Chicago Blackhawks Signed Last Game Hockey Jersey #/144 This is an official licensed hand-signed Bobby Orr Chicago Blackhawks CCM Vintage jersey. The jersey is brand new with tags. All of the lettering and numbering are completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team. Mr. Orr has personally autographed the number. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Great North Road is included with your purchase. Learn more about Bobby Orr here: Boston Bruins legend and Hockey Hall of Famer Bobby Orr played for 10 season with the Boston Bruins and two more seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks.  Bobby Orr is considered one of the greatest hockey players of all time. Orr revolutionized the defenseman position with his speed, scoring and play making ability which has yet to be duplicated.  Bobby Orr was awarded the Calder trophy in 1967 and was the youngest ever to win the award at that time. Bobby Orr remains the only defenseman to have won two Art Ross Trophies (1969-70 and 1974-75). Bobby Orr won eight consecutive Norris Trophies and the league's top defenseman from 1968-1975 and three consecutive Hart Trophies from 1970-1972.  Bobby Orr is a two-time Stanley Cup champion with the Boston Bruins in 1970 and 1972.  On May 10th 1970 Bobby Orr scored "The Goal". A Derek Sanderson pass lead to what is the most famous images of the 20th century against Glen Hall and the St. Louis Blues.  Bobby Orr retired from professional Hockey in 1978 and at the age of 31 was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Bobby Orr NHL totals include 270 Goals, 645 Assists for a total of 915 points in 657 NHL regular season games played. Great North Road America is Bobby Orr's exclusive memorabilia company.  All signed Bobby Orr memorabilia comes with Great North Road's Certificate of Authenticity and Hologram of Authenticity.  Each Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity is individually numbered.  When purchasing Bobby Orr Memorabilia from Slap Shot Signatures you can be ensured that all items with Bobby Orr's signature are accompanied by Great North Road of America's Certificate of Authenticity. Own this piece of hockey history. Add this Bobby Orr Chicago Blackhawks Autographed Jersey to your collection today!
  • Doug Gilmour vs Mats Sundin Dual Signed Last Game at Maple Leaf Gardens 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Mats Sundin and Doug Gilmour. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from AJ's Sportsworld  is included. Learn More about Doug Gilmour: Doug Gilmour was drafted into the NHL in 1982 by the St. Louis Blues.  He quickly earned the nickname “Killer” due to his aggressive physical style of play despite his smaller stature.  Gilmour was part of the largest trade in NHL history bringing him from Calgary to Toronto where he immediately helped to revitalize the struggling Toronto Maple Leafs. Gilmour broke both personal and franchise scoring records with the Leafs in his first full season with the organization and ultimately led them to finish the 1992-93 season with the eighth best record in the NHL and their first winning season since 1978-79.  Gilmour was one of the most popular players on the Leafs during tenure.   Despite his status as fan favorite, Gilmour was traded in 1997 to the New Jersey Devils and subsequently played for the Chicago Blackhawks.  With the Blackhawks, Gilmour returned to Toronto to play the last game in historic Maple Leaf Garden receiving a standing ovation by the Toronto fans during the Garden’s closing ceremonies.  After a few more trades, Gilmour returned to Toronto where he played only one game before an injury caused him to miss the remainder of the season.  Gilmour officially announced his retirement on September 8, 2003.  Gilmour had scored 450 goals and 964 assists in 1474 games over his 20 year NHL career. On January 31, 2009 Gilmour’s number 93 was raised to the rafters by the Toronto Maple Leafs and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011. Learn More About Mats Sundin: Swedish sensation Mats Sundin joined the National Hockey League in 1989 where he was drafted first overall by the Quebec Nordiques becoming the first European-born player to be drafted first overall.  Sundin made his NHL debut with the Nordiques in the 1990-91 season becoming a leading goal scorer, finishing second on the team with 59 points.  Sundin continued to improve, establishing himself as a point-per-game player throughout his career. Mats Sundin was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs during the 1994 off season.  Sundin made an immediate impact with the Leafs, becoming a leading goal scorer for the team.  With the departure of Captain Doug Gilmour, Sundin became the 16th captain of the Maple Leafs and the first European captain in team history.  Sundin achieved many milestones during his time in Toronto: He became the 35th player in NHL history to reach the 500 goal mark; he scored his 917th point as a Maple Leaf, breaking Darryl Sittler’s franchise all-time record and he also scored his 390th goal in the same game to take the all-time goal scoring lead, later becoming the first player to score 400 goals as a Toronto Maple Leaf. After 13 years in Toronto, Mats was traded to the Vancouver Canucks where he played for 2 seasons before announcing his retirement.  His number “13” was raised to the rafters in Toronto just 2 years later and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 12, 2012.
  • Ed Belfour Signed Photo 8x10 Chicago Blackhawks This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ed Belfour. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ed Belfour: Ed Belfour played hockey for 19 seasons as a goaltender for NHL teams such the Chicago Blackhawks, San Jose Sharks, Dallas Stars, Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers.  He signed with the Blackhawks in 1989  after not being picked in the draft. Ed Belfour was named starting goalie for the 1990-91 season.  In the 74 games played, Belfour had 43 wins, earning the NHL rookie record as well as Blackhawk team record.  The finished the season leading the league in Wins, Save % and GAA.  He won three trophies for his successful season including the Calder Memorial Trophy (outstanding play by a rookie), the Vezina Trophy (best goaltender) and the William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest team goals against. Ed Belfour would later be traded to the San Jose Sharks where he would play for half a season before signing with the Dallas Stars as a free agent.  Belfour would lead his team to the playoffs for 3 consecutive seasons although they came up short for a Stanley Cup. Ed Belfour joined the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 2002 season where he helped his team finish second place in their division thanks to his 37 win season (a franchise record).  On November 28, 2005 Ed Belfour won his 447th career NHL game to tie for 2nd place in wins with Terry Sawchuk and surpassed him on December 19. Belfour finished his NHL career with the Florida Panthers.  In 2007, Belfour signed with the Leksands IF in the Swedish second division.  He would shine in the European league with a GAA of 1.79, the best in the division.  Ed Belfour retired from hockey in 2008 and was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011. Belfour Fans get your Ed Belfour Signed Photo-8x10 Chicago Blackhawks in Goal Photo!
  • Ed Belfour Autographed Photo 8x10 Chicago Blackhawks This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ed Belfour. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ed Belfour: Ed Belfour played hockey for 19 seasons as a goaltender for NHL teams such the Chicago Blackhawks, San Jose Sharks, Dallas Stars, Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers.  He signed with the Blackhawks in 1989  after not being picked in the draft. Ed Belfour was named starting goalie for the 1990-91 season.  In the 74 games played, Belfour had 43 wins, earning the NHL rookie record as well as Blackhawk team record.  The finished the season leading the league in Wins, Save % and GAA.  He won three trophies for his successful season including the Calder Memorial Trophy (outstanding play by a rookie), the Vezina Trophy (best goaltender) and the William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest team goals against. Ed Belfour would later be traded to the San Jose Sharks where he would play for half a season before signing with the Dallas Stars as a free agent.  Belfour would lead his team to the playoffs for 3 consecutive seasons although they came up short for a Stanley Cup. Ed Belfour joined the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 2002 season where he helped his team finish second place in their division thanks to his 37 win season (a franchise record).  On November 28, 2005 Ed Belfour won his 447th career NHL game to tie for 2nd place in wins with Terry Sawchuk and surpassed him on December 19. Belfour finished his NHL career with the Florida Panthers.  In 2007, Belfour signed with the Leksands IF in the Swedish second division.  He would shine in the European league with a GAA of 1.79, the best in the division.  Ed Belfour retired from hockey in 2008 and was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011. A collector's delight, order your Ed Belfour Autographed Photo 8x10 Chicago Blackhawks today!
  • Ed Belfour Signed Goalie Mask 8x10 Photo Chicago Blackhawks This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ed Belfour. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ed Belfour: Ed Belfour played hockey for 19 seasons as a goaltender for NHL teams such the Chicago Blackhawks, San Jose Sharks, Dallas Stars, Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers.  He signed with the Blackhawks in 1989  after not being picked in the draft. Ed Belfour was named starting goalie for the 1990-91 season.  In the 74 games played, Belfour had 43 wins, earning the NHL rookie record as well as Blackhawk team record.  The finished the season leading the league in Wins, Save % and GAA.  He won three trophies for his successful season including the Calder Memorial Trophy (outstanding play by a rookie), the Vezina Trophy (best goaltender) and the William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest team goals against. Ed Belfour would later be traded to the San Jose Sharks where he would play for half a season before signing with the Dallas Stars as a free agent.  Belfour would lead his team to the playoffs for 3 consecutive seasons although they came up short for a Stanley Cup. Ed Belfour joined the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 2002 season where he helped his team finish second place in their division thanks to his 37 win season (a franchise record).  On November 28, 2005 Ed Belfour won his 447th career NHL game to tie for 2nd place in wins with Terry Sawchuk and surpassed him on December 19. Belfour finished his NHL career with the Florida Panthers.  In 2007, Belfour signed with the Leksands IF in the Swedish second division.  He would shine in the European league with a GAA of 1.79, the best in the division.  Ed Belfour retired from hockey in 2008 and was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011. A must have for all Chicago Blackhawks fans--Ed Belfour Signed Goalie Mask 8x10 Photo!  Buy it now!
  • Jonathan Toews Signed Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Jonathan Toews. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Frameworth Sports Marketing is included. Learn more about Jonathan Toews: Jonathan Toews was drafted third overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2006 Entry Draft, he made his debut the NHL at the age of 18 in the fall of 2007. Jonathan Toews was part of a new-blood youth movement that moved the 2008 Hawks into the playoffs for the first time since 2002. In December of 2008 Jonathan Toews was made an assistant captain and on July 18, 2009 was named captain at the age of 20, becoming the third youngest player to do so behind Vincent Lecavalier of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. His scoring touch and his heads-on style of play have made him a fan favorite in Chicago. During the 2010 playoffs, Jonathan Toews recorded his second career hat trick, along with two assists, leading the Chicago Blackhawks to a 7–4 playoff victory against the Vancouver Canucks.  On June 9, 2010, Jonathan Toews led Chicago to the franchise's first Stanley Cup since 1961, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers in the sixth game of the 2010 Finals. Toews became the second-youngest captain in the history of the NHL to win the Cup, behind Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. During the 2010 playoffs Jonathan Toews scored seven goals and totaled twenty nine points thus winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.  By winning the Stanley Cup, he also became the youngest player, at 22 years old, to become a member of the Triple Gold Club which consists of Olympic gold, the Stanley Cup, and the World Championship. During the 2013 lockout shortened season Jonathan Toews helped the Blackhawks win the Presidents Trophy as the team with the best regular season record. In the playoffs Toews led the Blackhawks to a second Stanley Cup Championship in as many years. He was awarded the Frank Selke Trophy and named an All Star. Now you can add your very own piece of Chicago Blackhawks history with this Jonathan Toews Signed Photo. Comes with Certification from Frameworth Sports Marketing.
  • Jonathan Toews Signed Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Jonathan Toews. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Frameworth Sports Marketing is included. Learn more about Jonathan Toews: Jonathan Toews was drafted third overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2006 Entry Draft, he made his debut the NHL at the age of 18 in the fall of 2007. Jonathan Toews was part of a new-blood youth movement that moved the 2008 Hawks into the playoffs for the first time since 2002. In December of 2008 Jonathan Toews was made an assistant captain and on July 18, 2009 was named captain at the age of 20, becoming the third youngest player to do so behind Vincent Lecavalier of the Tampa Bay Lightning and Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. His scoring touch and his heads-on style of play have made him a fan favorite in Chicago. During the 2010 playoffs, Jonathan Toews recorded his second career hat trick, along with two assists, leading the Chicago Blackhawks to a 7–4 playoff victory against the Vancouver Canucks.  On June 9, 2010, Jonathan Toews led Chicago to the franchise's first Stanley Cup since 1961, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers in the sixth game of the 2010 Finals. Toews became the second-youngest captain in the history of the NHL to win the Cup, behind Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins. During the 2010 playoffs Jonathan Toews scored seven goals and totaled twenty nine points thus winning the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.  By winning the Stanley Cup, he also became the youngest player, at 22 years old, to become a member of the Triple Gold Club which consists of Olympic gold, the Stanley Cup, and the World Championship. During the 2013 lockout shortened season Jonathan Toews helped the Blackhawks win the Presidents Trophy as the team with the best regular season record. In the playoffs Toews led the Blackhawks to a second Stanley Cup Championship in as many years. He was awarded the Frank Selke Trophy and named an All Star. Now you can add your very own piece of Chicago Blackhawks history with this Jonathan Toews Signed Photo. Comes with Certification from Framewoth Sports Marketing.
  • Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks Autographed Horizontal Slapshot 8x10 Photo This hand signed Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Duncan Keith. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Duncan Keith: Duncan Keith was selected 54th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2002 Entry Draft.  In the 2005-2006 season Duncan Keith made his rookie season debut with the Chicago Blackhawks, scoring 9 goals and 25 points, while averaging 23 minutes of ice time per game in during that season. in the 2007-2008 season Keith finished with  32 points and was selected to his first All Star game. For his efforts in previous seasons Duncan Keith was named the alternate captain along with Patrick Sharp to begin the 2008-2009 season. In the 2009-2010 season Keith complied 69 points including 14 goals and was second in scoring for NHL defenseman. The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup that year beating out the Philadelphia Flyers in six games.  Duncan Keith was awarded his first James Norris Trophy in that off season.  In 2013 the Chicago Blackhawks again won the Stanley Cup defeating the Boston Bruins in six games.  Duncan Keith was awarded his second Norris Trophy in 2014 as the NHL's top defenseman. Keith won his third Stanley Cup in 2015, in which the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games.  Duncan Keith was also the recipient of the Con Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the playoffs. Duncan Keith is also a 2 time Olympic Champion winning Gold in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver and the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia Own a piece of Chicago Blackhawks history with this Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks Autographed Horizontal Slapshot 8x10 Photo.
  • Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand signed Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Duncan Keith. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Duncan Keith: Duncan Keith was selected 54th overall by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 2002 Entry Draft.  In the 2005-2006 season Duncan Keith made his rookie season debut with the Chicago Blackhawks, scoring 9 goals and 25 points, while averaging 23 minutes of ice time per game in during that season. in the 2007-2008 season Keith finished with  32 points and was selected to his first All Star game. For his efforts in previous seasons Duncan Keith was named the alternate captain along with Patrick Sharp to begin the 2008-2009 season. In the 2009-2010 season Keith complied 69 points including 14 goals and was second in scoring for NHL defenseman. The Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup that year beating out the Philadelphia Flyers in six games.  Duncan Keith was awarded his first James Norris Trophy in that off season.  In 2013 the Chicago Blackhawks again won the Stanley Cup defeating the Boston Bruins in six games.  Duncan Keith was awarded his second Norris Trophy in 2014 as the NHL's top defenseman. Keith won his third Stanley Cup in 2015, in which the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games.  Duncan Keith was also the recipient of the Con Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the playoffs. Duncan Keith is also a 2 time Olympic Champion winning Gold in the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver and the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia Own a piece of Chicago Blackhawks history with this Duncan Keith Chicago Blackhawks Autographed 8x10 Photo.
  • Al Arbour Chicago Blackhawks Signed 8x10 Photo This hand signed Al Arbour Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Al Arbour. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Al Arbour: Al Arbour was a legendary player, coach and executive in the NHL.  He began his NHL career as a player in 1953 as a defenseman for the Detroit Red Wings, winning his first Stanley Cup in 1954.  He would go on to play for the Chicago Blackhawks winning his second Cup in 1961, and two more with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1962 and 1964.  Arbour subsequently became first captain of the expansion team the St. Louis Blues.  He retired as a player early in the 1970-71 season. Al Arbour began his coaching career with the St. Louis Blues before taking on a young New York Islanders in 1973.  He took the Islanders from dead last in the standing to the Stanley Cup finals in just 2 seasons.  Although the Islanders reached the playoffs and finals in later seasons, it wasn’t until 1980 that they would bring home their first Stanley Cup.  They won 3 more consecutive Stanley Cups, setting a new record for Stanley Cup victories and 19 consecutive playoff series victories.  Arbour would retire from coaching for an executive position in 1986 although he would once again return to the bench in 1989 to once again coach the Islanders.  By the time he retired for good, Al Arbour had coached 1500 games with the same team and won 740 games.  He is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame and the New York Islanders Hall of Fame. Al Arbour passed away on August 28, 2015 at the age of 82. Own a piece of hockey history with an Al Arbour Chicago Blackhawks Signed 8x10 Photo!  
  • Denis Dejordy Signed Chicago Blackhawks Hockey Photo This hand signed hockey puck has been personally autographed by Denis Dejordy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Denis Dejordy: Denis Dejordy was an NHL goaltender that was active from 1959-1974 playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, LA Kings, Montreal Canadiens and the Detroit Red Wings. Denis Dejordy played amongst legendary goaltenders in the league which often relegated him to back up goalie status.  He got his first start in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks when Glenn Hall left the game early due to injury—ending his record of 502 complete games.  Dejordy would share the Vezina Trophy with Hall in 1966-67.  Dejordy would be traded to the LA Kings when Chicago acquired another hockey legend, Tony Esposito. Dejordy’s next move to the Montreal Canadiens did not allow for much ice time as starting goalie Ken Dryden almost single handedly took the Canadiens to the playoffs in his rookie year. Denis Dejory would retire with the Detroit Red Wings in 1974 after which he was named the leagues’ first ever goaltending coach. Complete your Chicago Memorabilia Collection with a Signed Chicago Blackhawks Denis Dejordy Hockey Photo!
  • Bill Gadsby Signed Chicago Blackhawks Hockey Photo This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Bill Gadsby. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Bill Gadsby: Bill Gadsby knew from a very young age, he was born to play hockey.  Playing on frozen ponds in his native Calgary until after nightfall, Bill Gadsby left home at the age of 17 to pursue a career on the ice.  He got his lucky break when Chicago Blackhawks scout, Bill Tobin, discovered the talented defenseman and offered him a contract.  After only 12 games in the minors, Gadsby made it to the NHL at the age of 18.  In his debut game, he got a cut to the face that took 12 stitches to close. Gadsby was a solid defenseman, playing for the Blackhawks until 1954 when he was traded to the New York Rangers.  During his tenure with the Rangers, Gadsby was elected to 4 All-Star Games and in 1957-1958, he set a defense record for 46 assists. Bill Gadsby played for the Detroit Red Wings, hopeful that he would finally capture a Stanley Cup win.  Gadsby reached several milestones while in Detroit: first defenceman to reach 500 points, and his 20th NHL season.  Gadsby did reach the Stanley Cup finals in 1964, only to lose to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7. Bill Gadsby was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1970 and he continues to be an honoured member of the Detroit Red Wings Alumni Association. Complete your Chicago Memorabilia Collection with a Signed Chicago Blackhawks Bill Gadsby Hockey Photo!
  • Bill Gadsby Signed Chicago Blackhawks Hockey Puck This hand signed hockey puck has been personally autographed by Bill Gadsby. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Bill Gadsby: Bill Gadsby knew from a very young age, he was born to play hockey.  Playing on frozen ponds in his native Calgary until after nightfall, Bill Gadsby left home at the age of 17 to pursue a career on the ice.  He got his lucky break when Chicago Blackhawks scout, Bill Tobin, discovered the talented defenseman and offered him a contract.  After only 12 games in the minors, Gadsby made it to the NHL at the age of 18.  In his debut game, he got a cut to the face that took 12 stitches to close. Gadsby was a solid defenseman, playing for the Blackhawks until 1954 when he was traded to the New York Rangers.  During his tenure with the Rangers, Gadsby was elected to 4 All-Star Games and in 1957-1958, he set a defense record for 46 assists. Bill Gadsby played for the Detroit Red Wings, hopeful that he would finally capture a Stanley Cup win.  Gadsby reached several milestones while in Detroit: first defenceman to reach 500 points, and his 20th NHL season.  Gadsby did reach the Stanley Cup finals in 1964, only to lose to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7. Bill Gadsby was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1970 and he continues to be an honoured member of the Detroit Red Wings Alumni Association. Complete your Chicago Memorabilia Collection with a Signed Chicago Blackhawks Bill Gadsby Hockey Puck!
  • Chicago Blackhawks Michel Goulet Signed 8x10 Photo This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Michel Goulet. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Michel Goulet: Michel Goulet is a legendary left winger the played in the NHL from 1978-1994.  He began his career in the WHA playing for the Birmingham Bulls where he collected 58 points.  Following the WHA-NHL merger the following year Michel Goulet was eligible for the 1979 Entry Draft where he was chosen 20th overall by his hometown team, the Quebec Nordiques. Michel Goulet was one of the best snipers of the 80s, having 4 consecutive 50 goal seasons.  During his 11 seasons as a Nordique, Goulet finished top 10 in scoring and was elected to 5 All-Star Games.  Goulet was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks where he would play for another 4 seasons.  Sadly, Michel Goulet's career was cut short when a crash into the boards resulted in a severe head injury. Despite, his early retirement as a player, Michel Goulet continued his career in the NHL as a Director of Player Personnel for the Colorado Avalache, winning a Stanley Cup in 1996 and 2001.  His number 16 was retired by the Quebec Nordiques and he was Inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside teammate Peter Stasny in 1998. Own a piece of NHL history with a Chicago Blackhawks Michel Goulet Signed 8x10 Photo!
  • Bill Hay Chicago Rookie of the Year Signed 8x10 Photo This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Bill Hay. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Bill Hay: Bill Hay's career as a player was short lived whereby he only spent 7 seasons (1960-1967) in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He began his hockey star journey as a junior star with the Regina Pats.  Although the Montreal Canadiens owned his rights, Bill Hay and a friend hitched to Colorado College where they convinced the college to accept them as students on athletic scholarships.  Bill Hay played NCAA hockey for the school leading them to a championship and earning a geology degree along the way.  Hay is regarded as one of the pioneers of U.S. College hockey to help develop NHL players. The Chicago Blackhawks purchased Mr. Hay's rights from Montreal after a successful season with affiliate team, the Calgary Stampeders. He was the NHL's top rookie that year and earned the Calder Trophy.  Bill Hay centered the "Million Dollar Line" with Bobby Hull and Murray Balfour, helping the Blackhawks capture the 1961 Stanley Cup Championship--the first Stanley Cup for Chicago since 1938.  Refusing to sign with expansion team, the St. Louis Blues due to family obligations, Bill Hay retired from hockey at the age of 31. After a successful stint in the family oil business, Bill Hay became part owner and president of the Calgary Flames and he spent 33 years in varying executive positions in the Hockey Hall of Fame, including 15 as CEO.  In 2015, Bill Hay was selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame as a builder and pioneer of Hockey Excellence. Own a piece of NHL history with a Bill Hay Chicago Rookie of the Year Signed 8x10 Photo!
  • Chris Chelios Chicago Blackhawks Captain Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Chris Chelios. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Chris Chelios: Chris Chelios was the second oldest player in NHL history (behind Gordie Howe) to retire after 26 seasons in the NHL at the age of 48.  Chelios was drafted in 1981 by the Montreal Canadiens where he played from 1984-1990.  Chris Chelios quickly established himself as a strong offensive defenseman, scoring 64 points in 74 games.  He made the NHL All-Star game and the 1985 NHL All-Rookie Team.  In the 1985-86 season, Chelios would win his first Stanley Cup Championship. Chris Chelios was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks where he played from 1990-1999.  He was captain of the Blackhawks from 1995-1999.  He then went to play for the Detroit Red Wings where he played another decade, taking home 2 more Stanley Cups.  He played 2 more seasons for the Atlanta Thrashers before officially retiring in 2010.  During his long career, Chelios would make 11 All-Star appearances, and he was the winner of 3 James Norris Trophies. Not only did Chris Chelios have an outstanding NHL career, he also was a major player for the US team, playing in 2 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, 3 Canada Cups, 2 World Cups of Hockey where he was alternate captain and captain, and 4 Winter Olympics that he was named captain for 3.  He retired from international play with the most games played for any country with 47. After retirement, Chelios was hired to work in the Red Wings front office.  Chris Chelios was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2013. Get your Chris Chelios Chicago Blackhawks Captain Signed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures!  
  • Marian Hossa Stanley Cup 2010 Blackhawks Signed 8x10 Photo This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Marian Hossa. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Marian Hossa: Marian Hossa is a Slovakian born right winger that was drafted into the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in 1997, 12th overall.  An injury delayed his NHL debut until December 1998 and despite the missed months on the ice, Hossa finished the season second in voting for Rookie of the Year.  Marian Hossa continued to challenge himself to improve his game and by the next season led the Sens in scoring. Marian Hossa was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers where he played for 2 seasons.  He set a franchise record as the first Thrasher to score 100 points in a season.  He led the team to their first division title and first playoff appearance.  Hossa spent one season with the Pittsburgh Penguins where they were the Stanley Cup finals by the Detroit Red Wings.  The following season, Hossa signed with the Red Wings in his quest for hockey’s biggest prize.  Ironically, Hossa did meet his former team in the Stanley Cup finals where the Red Wings were defeated by the Penguins. Playoff success was finally achieved for Marian Hossa when he joined his current team, the Chicago Blackhawks.  The “Hossa Hex” was finally broken in 2010 when the Hossa made his third playoff finals appearance in three years with his third team, the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in 6 games, winning their first cup since 1961.  The Blackhawks would also take the Cup in 2013 and 2015. Own a piece of Blackhawks history with a Marian Hossa Stanley Cup 2010 Blackhawks Signed 8x10 Photo.
  • Marian Hossa Stanley Cup 8x10 Photo Blackhawks Signed 2010 Cup  This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Marian Hossa. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Marian Hossa: Marian Hossa is a Slovakian born right winger that was drafted into the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in 1997, 12th overall.  An injury delayed his NHL debut until December 1998 and despite the missed months on the ice, Hossa finished the season second in voting for Rookie of the Year.  Marian Hossa continued to challenge himself to improve his game and by the next season led the Sens in scoring. Marian Hossa was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers where he played for 2 seasons.  He set a franchise record as the first Thrasher to score 100 points in a season.  He led the team to their first division title and first playoff appearance.  Hossa spent one season with the Pittsburgh Penguins where they were the Stanley Cup finals by the Detroit Red Wings.  The following season, Hossa signed with the Red Wings in his quest for hockey’s biggest prize.  Ironically, Hossa did meet his former team in the Stanley Cup finals where the Red Wings were defeated by the Penguins. Playoff success was finally achieved for Marian Hossa when he joined his current team, the Chicago Blackhawks.  The “Hossa Hex” was finally broken in 2010 when the Hossa made his third playoff finals appearance in three years with his third team, the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in 6 games, winning their first cup since 1961.  The Blackhawks would also take the Cup in 2013 and 2015. Own a piece of Blackhawks history with a Marian Hossa Stanley Cup 8x10 Photo Blackhawks Signed 2010 Cup.
  • Marian Hossa Chicago Blackhawks Signed Goal 8x10 Photo This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Marian Hossa. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Marian Hossa: Marian Hossa is a Slovakian born right winger that was drafted into the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in 1997, 12th overall.  An injury delayed his NHL debut until December 1998 and despite the missed months on the ice, Hossa finished the season second in voting for Rookie of the Year.  Marian Hossa continued to challenge himself to improve his game and by the next season led the Sens in scoring. Marian Hossa was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers where he played for 2 seasons.  He set a franchise record as the first Thrasher to score 100 points in a season.  He led the team to their first division title and first playoff appearance.  Hossa spent one season with the Pittsburgh Penguins where they were the Stanley Cup finals by the Detroit Red Wings.  The following season, Hossa signed with the Red Wings in his quest for hockey’s biggest prize.  Ironically, Hossa did meet his former team in the Stanley Cup finals where the Red Wings were defeated by the Penguins. Playoff success was finally achieved for Marian Hossa when he joined his current team, the Chicago Blackhawks.  The “Hossa Hex” was finally broken in 2010 when the Hossa made his third playoff finals appearance in three years with his third team, the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in 6 games, winning their first cup since 1961.  The Blackhawks would also take the Cup in 2013 and 2015. Own a piece of Blackhawks history with a Marian Hossa Chicago Blackhawks Signed Goal 8x10 Photo!
  • Marian Hossa Signed Photo-Chicago Blackhawks Action 8x10 This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Marian Hossa. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Marian Hossa: Marian Hossa is a Slovakian born right winger that was drafted into the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in 1997, 12th overall.  An injury delayed his NHL debut until December 1998 and despite the missed months on the ice, Hossa finished the season second in voting for Rookie of the Year.  Marian Hossa continued to challenge himself to improve his game and by the next season led the Sens in scoring. Marian Hossa was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers where he played for 2 seasons.  He set a franchise record as the first Thrasher to score 100 points in a season.  He led the team to their first division title and first playoff appearance.  Hossa spent one season with the Pittsburgh Penguins where they were the Stanley Cup finals by the Detroit Red Wings.  The following season, Hossa signed with the Red Wings in his quest for hockey’s biggest prize.  Ironically, Hossa did meet his former team in the Stanley Cup finals where the Red Wings were defeated by the Penguins. Playoff success was finally achieved for Marian Hossa when he joined his current team, the Chicago Blackhawks.  The “Hossa Hex” was finally broken in 2010 when the Hossa made his third playoff finals appearance in three years with his third team, the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in 6 games, winning their first cup since 1961.  The Blackhawks would also take the Cup in 2013 and 2015. Own a piece of Blackhawks history with a Marian Hossa Signed Photo-Chicago Blackhawks Action 8x10.
  • Marian Hossa Chicago Blackhawks Signed Stick Handling 8x10 Photo This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Marian Hossa. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Marian Hossa: Marian Hossa is a Slovakian born right winger that was drafted into the NHL by the Ottawa Senators in 1997, 12th overall.  An injury delayed his NHL debut until December 1998 and despite the missed months on the ice, Hossa finished the season second in voting for Rookie of the Year.  Marian Hossa continued to challenge himself to improve his game and by the next season led the Sens in scoring. Marian Hossa was traded to the Atlanta Thrashers where he played for 2 seasons.  He set a franchise record as the first Thrasher to score 100 points in a season.  He led the team to their first division title and first playoff appearance.  Hossa spent one season with the Pittsburgh Penguins where they were the Stanley Cup finals by the Detroit Red Wings.  The following season, Hossa signed with the Red Wings in his quest for hockey’s biggest prize.  Ironically, Hossa did meet his former team in the Stanley Cup finals where the Red Wings were defeated by the Penguins. Playoff success was finally achieved for Marian Hossa when he joined his current team, the Chicago Blackhawks.  The “Hossa Hex” was finally broken in 2010 when the Hossa made his third playoff finals appearance in three years with his third team, the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in 6 games, winning their first cup since 1961.  The Blackhawks would also take the Cup in 2013 and 2015. Complete your Marian Hossa collection today with a Marian Hossa Chicago Blackhawks Signed Stick Handling 8x10 Photo!
  • Chris Chelios Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks-HOF note This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Chris Chelios. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Chris Chelios: Chris Chelios was the second oldest player in NHL history (behind Gordie Howe) to retire after 26 seasons in the NHL at the age of 48.  Chelios was drafted in 1981 by the Montreal Canadiens where he played from 1984-1990.  Chris Chelios quickly established himself as a strong offensive defenseman, scoring 64 points in 74 games.  He made the NHL All-Star game and the 1985 NHL All-Rookie Team.  In the 1985-86 season, Chelios would win his first Stanley Cup Championship. Chris Chelios was traded to the Chicago Blackhawks where he played from 1990-1999.  He was captain of the Blackhawks from 1995-1999.  He then went to play for the Detroit Red Wings where he played another decade, taking home 2 more Stanley Cups.  He played 2 more seasons for the Atlanta Thrashers before officially retiring in 2010.  During his long career, Chelios would make 11 All-Star appearances, and he was the winner of 3 James Norris Trophies. Not only did Chris Chelios have an outstanding NHL career, he also was a major player for the US team, playing in 2 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, 3 Canada Cups, 2 World Cups of Hockey where he was alternate captain and captain, and 4 Winter Olympics that he was named captain for 3.  He retired from international play with the most games played for any country with 47. After retirement, Chelios was hired to work in the Red Wings front office.  Chris Chelios was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2013. Get your Chris Chelios Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks-HOF note from Slap Shot Signatures!  
  • Glen Hall Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks-HOF note This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glen Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glen Hall Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks-HOF note from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glen Hall Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks-Mr Goalie note This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glen Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glen Hall Signed Puck-Chicago Blackhawks-Mr Goalie note from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glen Hall Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glen Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glen Hall Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glen Hall Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks Goalie 8X10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glen Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glen Hall Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glen Hall Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks Goalie Save 8X10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glen Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glen Hall Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glenn Hall Chicago Blackhawks vs Gordie Howe Signed 8x10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glenn Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glenn Hall Chicago Blackhawks vs Gordie Howe Signed 8x10 from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glenn Hall Hall Of Fame Journey Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glenn Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glenn Hall Hall Of Fame Journey Autographed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glenn Hall Autographed Jersey Chicago Blackhawks This is an official licensed hand-signed Glenn Hall Chicago Blackhawks CCM Vintage jersey. The jersey is brand new with tags. All of the lettering and numbering are completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team. Mr. Hall has personally autographed the number. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included with your purchase. Learn More about Glenn Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glenn Hall Autographed Jersey Chicago Blackhawks from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Dominik Hasek Signed Puck Chicago Blackhawks This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Dominik Hasek. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Dominik Hasek: Dominik Hasek  was drafted in 1983, 199th pick overall by the Chicago Blackhawks  but didn't come to North America until 1991 when he played with Chicago's farm team in Indianapolis. After the 1992 Stanley Cup finals Hasek was traded to the Buffalo Sabres for Stephane Beauregard and future considerations. By 1993-94 he won the Vezina Trophy as the league's best goalie and was a First Team All Star. Hasek  became the first NHL backstop since Bernie Parent in 1973-74 to finish the season with a GAA below 2.00 (1.95) and in 1994-95 he again won the Vezina as he led the league with a .930 save percentage. 1996-97 was his greatest year in Buffalo. Hasek posted a career high 37 wins and led the Sabres to first place in their division. Hasek was named to the First All Star team and won his third Vezina. He was name the Hart Trophy winner, becoming the first goaltender to be name the league's most valuable player since Jacques Plante in 1962. In 1999 the Sabres challenged for the Stanley Cup against the Dallas Stars but came up short as Brett Hull scored the series winning goal which has been a controversy to this day. Hasek would get his Stanley Cup Ring with the Detroit Red Wings in 2002 and again in 2008. On June 9 2008 Hasek announced his retirement from the NHL for the final time and was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 14, 2014. Dominik  Hasek posted a 389-223-82 record overall with Chicago Blackhawks, Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings and the Ottawa Senators, with 81 shutouts and a career goals against average of 2.20. He is tied for sixth in shutouts and 10th in wins in the NHL. Get your Dominik Hasek Signed Puck Chicago Blackhawks from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of the Dominator's history today!  
  • Ed Litzenberger Signed Photo Chicago Blackhawks This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Ed Litzenberger. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ed Litzenberger: Ed Litzenberger was an NHL center playing for the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, and the Toronto Maple Leafs during his 13 year career from 1952-1965.  He played only 29 games for the Montreal Canadiens before being traded mid-season to the Blackhawks.  He posted 40 points in 40 games and won the Calder Memorial Trophy.  Litzenberger was named Captain of the Chicago Blackhawks in 1957-58 and he led his team to their first Stanley Cup Championship (since 1938) in 1961. Despite winning the Cup, Ed Litzenberger was traded to the Detroit Red Wings the following season where he played only 32 games before being traded again to the Toronto Maple Leafs.  With the Leaf, Ed Litzenberger won 3 consecutive Stanley Cup Championships, becoming only 1 of 3 players (Al Arbour and Claude Lemieux) to win consecutive cups with different teams. Ed Litzenberger spent the final years of his career in the AHL where he won 2 Calder Cups with the Rochester Americans.  He became the only player in North American hockey to win 6 straight pro hockey championships.  Sadly, Ed Litzenberger passed away on November 1, 2010 at the age of 78. Complete your Chicago Blackhawks player collection with an Ed Litzenberger Signed Photo from Slap Shot Signatures!!!
  • Ed Litzenberger Autographed Photo Chicago Blackhawks This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Ed Litzenberger. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ed Litzenberger: Ed Litzenberger was an NHL center playing for the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, and the Toronto Maple Leafs during his 13 year career from 1952-1965.  He played only 29 games for the Montreal Canadiens before being traded mid-season to the Blackhawks.  He posted 40 points in 40 games and won the Calder Memorial Trophy.  Litzenberger was named Captain of the Chicago Blackhawks in 1957-58 and he led his team to their first Stanley Cup Championship (since 1938) in 1961. Despite winning the Cup, Ed Litzenberger was traded to the Detroit Red Wings the following season where he played only 32 games before being traded again to the Toronto Maple Leafs.  With the Leaf, Ed Litzenberger won 3 consecutive Stanley Cup Championships, becoming only 1 of 3 players (Al Arbour and Claude Lemieux) to win consecutive cups with different teams. Ed Litzenberger spent the final years of his career in the AHL where he won 2 Calder Cups with the Rochester Americans.  He became the only player in North American hockey to win 6 straight pro hockey championships.  Sadly, Ed Litzenberger passed away on November 1, 2010 at the age of 78. Complete your NHL player collection with an Ed Litzenberger Autographed Photo Chicago Blackhawks from Slap Shot Signatures!!!
  • Pierre Pilote Chicago Blackhawks Autographed Hockey Puck This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks hockey puck has been personally autographed by Pierre Pilote. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Pierre Pilote: Hall of Famer Pierre Pilote played in the NHL from 1955-1969 with the Chicago Blackhawks and one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Pilote was an outstanding defenseman, winning 3 Norris Trophies and being the runner up another 3 times. Pierre Pilote was paired with teammate Elmer ‘Moose’ Vasko and was one of the best all-time defense pairings. Pilote was a great offensive defenseman, often carrying the puck up the ice.  The Hawks had floundered for years prior to Pilote's arrival. But with the likes of Pilote, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall, the Chicago Blackhawks became Stanley Cup champions in 1961. Pilote scored the winning or tying goal in every Blackhawks victory that season. Although 1961 pre-dated the Conn Smythe Trophy, Pierre Pilote was the obvious playoff MVP for the Hawks. His 15 points led all players in the Stanley Cup playoffs that year.. The following season Pierre Pilote became the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. Pilote retired from hockey in 1969 after one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Pierre Pilote's great career was recognized in 1975 when he was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. He retired having played 890 regular season NHL games, in which he scored 80 goals, 418 assists and 498 points. The Chicago Blackhawks retired the number “3” worn by Pierre Pilote and the late Keith Magnuson in a joint ceremony in 2008. Get your Pierre Pilote Chicago Blackhawks Autographed Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Pierre Pilote Chicago Blackhawks Autographed 8X10 Captain Photo This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Pierre Pilote. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Pierre Pilote: Hall of Famer Pierre Pilote played in the NHL from 1955-1969 with the Chicago Blackhawks and one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Pilote was an outstanding defenseman, winning 3 Norris Trophies and being the runner up another 3 times. Pierre Pilote was paired with teammate Elmer ‘Moose’ Vasko and was one of the best all-time defense pairings. Pilote was a great offensive defenseman, often carrying the puck up the ice.  The Hawks had floundered for years prior to Pilote's arrival. But with the likes of Pilote, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall, the Chicago Blackhawks became Stanley Cup champions in 1961. Pilote scored the winning or tying goal in every Blackhawks victory that season. Although 1961 pre-dated the Conn Smythe Trophy, Pierre Pilote was the obvious playoff MVP for the Hawks. His 15 points led all players in the Stanley Cup playoffs that year.. The following season Pierre Pilote became the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. Pilote retired from hockey in 1969 after one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Pierre Pilote's great career was recognized in 1975 when he was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. He retired having played 890 regular season NHL games, in which he scored 80 goals, 418 assists and 498 points. The Chicago Blackhawks retired the number “3” worn by Pierre Pilote and the late Keith Magnuson in a joint ceremony in 2008. Get your Pierre Pilote Chicago Blackhawks Autographed 8X10 Captain Photo from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Denis Dejordy & Pierre Pilote Signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 Photo This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Pierre Pilote and Denis Dejordy. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Pierre Pilote: Hall of Famer Pierre Pilote played in the NHL from 1955-1969 with the Chicago Blackhawks and one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Pilote was an outstanding defenseman, winning 3 Norris Trophies and being the runner up another 3 times. Pierre Pilote was paired with teammate Elmer ‘Moose’ Vasko and was one of the best all-time defense pairings. Pilote was a great offensive defenseman, often carrying the puck up the ice.  The Hawks had floundered for years prior to Pilote's arrival. But with the likes of Pilote, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall, the Chicago Blackhawks became Stanley Cup champions in 1961. Pilote scored the winning or tying goal in every Blackhawks victory that season. Although 1961 pre-dated the Conn Smythe Trophy, Pierre Pilote was the obvious playoff MVP for the Hawks. His 15 points led all players in the Stanley Cup playoffs that year.. The following season Pierre Pilote became the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. Pilote retired from hockey in 1969 after one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Pierre Pilote's great career was recognized in 1975 when he was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. He retired having played 890 regular season NHL games, in which he scored 80 goals, 418 assists and 498 points. The Chicago Blackhawks retired the number “3” worn by Pierre Pilote and the late Keith Magnuson in a joint ceremony in 2008. Get your Denis Dejordy & Pierre Pilote Signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Pierre Pilote Autographed Jersey Chicago Blackhawks Vintage Style This is an official licensed hand-signed Pierre Pilote Chicago Blackhawks CCM 550 vintage style jersey. The jersey is brand new with tags. All of the lettering and numbering are completed by our NHL/NHLPA licensed customization team. Mr. Pilote has personally autographed the number. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included with your purchase. Learn More about Pierre Pilote: Hall of Famer Pierre Pilote played in the NHL from 1955-1969 with the Chicago Blackhawks and one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs.  Pilote was an outstanding defenseman, winning 3 Norris Trophies and being the runner up another 3 times. Pierre Pilote was paired with teammate Elmer ‘Moose’ Vasko and was one of the best all-time defense pairings. Pilote was a great offensive defenseman, often carrying the puck up the ice.  The Hawks had floundered for years prior to Pilote's arrival. But with the likes of Pilote, Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Glenn Hall, the Chicago Blackhawks became Stanley Cup champions in 1961. Pilote scored the winning or tying goal in every Blackhawks victory that season. Although 1961 pre-dated the Conn Smythe Trophy, Pierre Pilote was the obvious playoff MVP for the Hawks. His 15 points led all players in the Stanley Cup playoffs that year.. The following season Pierre Pilote became the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks. Pilote retired from hockey in 1969 after one season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. Pierre Pilote's great career was recognized in 1975 when he was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame. He retired having played 890 regular season NHL games, in which he scored 80 goals, 418 assists and 498 points. The Chicago Blackhawks retired the number “3” worn by Pierre Pilote and the late Keith Magnuson in a joint ceremony in 2008. Get your Pierre Pilote Autographed Jersey Chicago Blackhawks Vintage Style from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Jeremy Roenick Autographed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 Photo This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Jeremy Roenick. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Jeremy Roenick: Jeremy Roenick is an outspoken, retired NHL center that was active from 1988-2009 playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers, Los Angeles Kings and San Jose Sharks. Jeremy Roenick made his hockey debut in 1988 and steadily improved his game, becoming a top scorer with the Chicago Blackhawks.  He was traded to the Phoenix Coyotes in 1996, choosing the number 97, the first NHLer to wear that number. In 2001, Jeremy Roenick joined the Philadelphia Flyers where he scored his 1000th NHL point and won the Bobby Clarke Trophy (MVP) and the Yanick Dupre Memorial Trophy in his first year.  In 2004, Roenick would suffer his ninth concussion and a broken jaw that dramatically would impact his future performance.  Roenick spent the next few seasons with the LA Kings (2005-2006), the Phoenix Coyotes (2006-2007), and the San Jose Sharks (2007-2009).  He announced his retirement in 2009 and finished his career with 513 goals and 703 assists in 1363 games and 9 All-Star Game appearances. Following his retirement, Jeremy Roenick became a hockey analyst and host for TSN. Get your Jeremy Roenick Autographed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 Photo  from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Denis Savard Signed Photo Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Denis Savard. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Denis Savard: Hockey Legend Denis Savard played 17 seasons in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning.  Savard was a natural at hockey, his passion for the game began the first time he put on skates at the tender age of 5.  He played for the Montreal Juniors by age 16 and centered one of the best junior lines, “Les Trois Denis” with Denis Cyr and Denis Tremblay as his wingers, they scored 158, 126 and 82 points respectively in their second year of play, including a combined 155 goals.  Denis Savard won league MVP and it was expected for him to chosen first overall in the NHL Entry Draft by hometown team, the Montreal Canadiens.  Instead, Savard was chosen 3rd overall by the Chicago Blackhawks. Fortunately for Denis Savard, the Blackhawks were in the process of rebuilding and he was able to enter the NHL directly from the draft.  Denis Savard quickly became a fan favorite, dazzling audiences with his speed, stickhandling, scoring ability and his signature move, the Savardian spinorama where he would skate at full speed, and twirl 360 degrees while still cradling the puck.  After 10 seasons with Chicago including five 100 plus point seasons, Savard was traded to Montreal. In Montreal, Denis Savard became a two way forward and won his first Stanley Cup Championship in his third season with the team.  Savard signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning for one season in 1993 before he again re-joined the Chicago Blackhawks.  Denis Savard retired from hockey with the Blackhawks in 1997 after 1196 regular season games in the NHL.  His number 18 was raised to the rafters in Chicago and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. Following his retirement, Denis Savard coached the Chicago Blackhawks for 3 seasons, and he remains an ambassador for the Blackhawks. Get your Denis Savard Signed Photo Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Denis Savard Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks Playmaker 8X10 This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Denis Savard. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Denis Savard: Hockey Legend Denis Savard played 17 seasons in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning.  Savard was a natural at hockey, his passion for the game began the first time he put on skates at the tender age of 5.  He played for the Montreal Juniors by age 16 and centered one of the best junior lines, “Les Trois Denis” with Denis Cyr and Denis Tremblay as his wingers, they scored 158, 126 and 82 points respectively in their second year of play, including a combined 155 goals.  Denis Savard won league MVP and it was expected for him to chosen first overall in the NHL Entry Draft by hometown team, the Montreal Canadiens.  Instead, Savard was chosen 3rd overall by the Chicago Blackhawks. Fortunately for Denis Savard, the Blackhawks were in the process of rebuilding and he was able to enter the NHL directly from the draft.  Denis Savard quickly became a fan favorite, dazzling audiences with his speed, stickhandling, scoring ability and his signature move, the Savardian spinorama where he would skate at full speed, and twirl 360 degrees while still cradling the puck.  After 10 seasons with Chicago including five 100 plus point seasons, Savard was traded to Montreal. In Montreal, Denis Savard became a two way forward and won his first Stanley Cup Championship in his third season with the team.  Savard signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning for one season in 1993 before he again re-joined the Chicago Blackhawks.  Denis Savard retired from hockey with the Blackhawks in 1997 after 1196 regular season games in the NHL.  His number 18 was raised to the rafters in Chicago and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. Following his retirement, Denis Savard coached the Chicago Blackhawks for 3 seasons, and he remains an ambassador for the Blackhawks. Get your Denis Savard Signed Picture Chicago Blackhawks Playmaker 8X10 from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Denis Savard Autographed Picture Chicago Blackhawks Action 8X10 This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Denis Savard. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Denis Savard: Hockey Legend Denis Savard played 17 seasons in the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks, Montreal Canadiens and Tampa Bay Lightning.  Savard was a natural at hockey, his passion for the game began the first time he put on skates at the tender age of 5.  He played for the Montreal Juniors by age 16 and centered one of the best junior lines, “Les Trois Denis” with Denis Cyr and Denis Tremblay as his wingers, they scored 158, 126 and 82 points respectively in their second year of play, including a combined 155 goals.  Denis Savard won league MVP and it was expected for him to chosen first overall in the NHL Entry Draft by hometown team, the Montreal Canadiens.  Instead, Savard was chosen 3rd overall by the Chicago Blackhawks. Fortunately for Denis Savard, the Blackhawks were in the process of rebuilding and he was able to enter the NHL directly from the draft.  Denis Savard quickly became a fan favorite, dazzling audiences with his speed, stickhandling, scoring ability and his signature move, the Savardian spinorama where he would skate at full speed, and twirl 360 degrees while still cradling the puck.  After 10 seasons with Chicago including five 100 plus point seasons, Savard was traded to Montreal. In Montreal, Denis Savard became a two way forward and won his first Stanley Cup Championship in his third season with the team.  Savard signed with the Tampa Bay Lightning for one season in 1993 before he again re-joined the Chicago Blackhawks.  Denis Savard retired from hockey with the Blackhawks in 1997 after 1196 regular season games in the NHL.  His number 18 was raised to the rafters in Chicago and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000. Following his retirement, Denis Savard coached the Chicago Blackhawks for 3 seasons, and he remains an ambassador for the Blackhawks. Get your Denis Savard Autographed Picture Chicago Blackhawks Action 8X10 from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Brent Seabrook Autographed Picture Chicago Blackhawks 8x10 This hand-signed Chicago Blackhawks 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Brent Seabrook. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Brent Seabrook: Brent Seabrook is an NHL defenceman playing for the Chicago Blackhawks.  He was drafted 14th overall by the Blackhawks in the 2003 Entry Draft and made his NHL debut in 2005.   Since his debut, Brent Seabrook has been a consistent player that could be counted on to make the hard hit or come up with the game winning goal. Brent Seabrook is a three time Stanley Cup Champion winning his first Stanley Cup in 2010.  In 2013, Seabrook scored the game winning goal in overtime to defeat the Boston Bruins in Game 4 to win his second Cup.  His third Cup came in 2015, the same year he made his first All-Star Game appearance. Internationally, Brent Seabrook represents Team Canada.  He has a Gold (2005) and Silver Medal (2004) from the World Junior Championships.  He received a Gold Medal in the World U18 Championships and a Gold Medal from the 2010 Winter Olympics. Brent Seabrook has been named alternate captain for the Chicago Blackhawks.  They have also signed him to a long term contract with the organization.  Brent Seabrook will continue to be an integral player in successful Blackhawks team. Get your Brent Seabrook Autographed Picture Chicago Blackhawks 8x10 and support your favorite player! Secure Transactions & Free Shipping!