• Signed Patrick Roy Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Hockey Puck This hand signed Colorado Avalanche hockey puck has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Signed Patrick Roy Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Hockey Puck and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Semyon Varlamov Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Puck This hand signed Semyon Varlamov Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Varlamov.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Semyon Varlamov: Semyon Varlamov is a hockey goalie that currently plays for the Colorado Avalanche of the NHL.  In the past he played with the Washington Capitals. Varlamov was originally drafted by the Washington Capitals in 2006.  He was signed by the Capitals to a 3-year entry level contract in 2007.  Varlamov came to North America for the 2007-2008 season.  Although he spent most of his time with the Capitals minor league affiliate, the Hershey Bears, he did get called up many times.  He played his first game against the Montreal Canadiens with 32 saves.  In the 2009 playoffs, Varlamov was a huge contributor to the success of the Capitals but still they did not win that year. In 2011, Varlamov was traded to the Colorado Avalanche.  The 2011-2012 season started out very well but after a disastrous November, Varlamov was benched for a more experienced goalie.  When that goalie was hurt, Varlamov filled in for him. When an NHL lockout cancelled the beginning of the 2012-2013 season, Varlamov returned to his Russian club Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.  He played with them until the end of the lockout. Own a piece of hockey history with a Semyon Varlamov Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Puck!      
  • Semyon Varlamov Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Hockey Puck This hand signed Semyon Varlamov Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Varlamov.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Semyon Varlamov: Semyon Varlamov is a hockey goalie that currently plays for the Colorado Avalanche of the NHL.  In the past he played with the Washington Capitals. Varlamov was originally drafted by the Washington Capitals in 2006.  He was signed by the Capitals to a 3-year entry level contract in 2007.  Varlamov came to North America for the 2007-2008 season.  Although he spent most of his time with the Capitals minor league affiliate, the Hershey Bears, he did get called up many times.  He played his first game against the Montreal Canadiens with 32 saves.  In the 2009 playoffs, Varlamov was a huge contributor to the success of the Capitals but still they did not win that year. In 2011, Varlamov was traded to the Colorado Avalanche.  The 2011-2012 season started out very well but after a disastrous November, Varlamov was benched for a more experienced goalie.  When that goalie was hurt, Varlamov filled in for him. When an NHL lockout cancelled the beginning of the 2012-2013 season, Varlamov returned to his Russian club Lokomotiv Yaroslavl.  He played with them until the end of the lockout. Own a piece of hockey history with a Semyon Varlamov Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Hockey Puck!      
  • Ray Bourque Signed Puck Colorado Avalanche 2001 Cup This hand signed Colorado Avalanche hockey puck has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Get you Hockey Heroes collectible-Ray Bourque Signed Puck Colorado Avalanche 2001 Stanley Cup Champion!
  • Ray Bourque Signed Photo Colorado Avalanche 8x10 This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Buy your Ray Bourque Signed Photo Colorado Avalanche 8x10 today!
  • Ray Bourque Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Cup Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Buy your Stanley Cup Champion Ray Bourque Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Photo today!!
  • Ray Bourque Autographed Puck Colorado Avalanche This hand signed Colorado Avalanche hockey puck has been personally autographed by Ray Bourque. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ray Bourque: Ray Bourque was drafted 8th overall in 1979 by the Boston Bruins, for which he played for 21 seasons as a defenceman.  Bourque made an immediate impact with the Bruins during his rookie season.  He was known as one of the best defensemen in the NHL, not only for his defensive skills but also for his ability to score goals.  He finished his rookie season with 65 points, a record for a rookie defenceman at the time.  He won the Calder Trophy for Rookie of the year and a First Team All-Star selection. In 1985, Bourque and Rick Middleton were made co-captains for the Bruins.  Bourque would wear the “C” to away games, while Middleton would captain at home.  After Middleton retired in 1988, Bourque became sole captain of the Boston Bruins and would hold the position throughout his tenure with the team, becoming the longest serving team captain in NHL history. Despite Bourque’s achievements and success during his 21 seasons with the Boston Bruins, his team had fallen short of a Stanley Cup win.  The Bruins made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in both 1988 and 1990, where they were defeated both times to the Edmonton Oilers.  The 1990 were difficult years for the Bruins and Bourque requested a trade during the 1999-2000 seasons when the Bruins fell to last place in their division.  He was traded to the Colorado Avalanche, in the hopes of capturing the elusive Cup. Ray Bourque arrived in Colorado and quickly became a positive force both on and off the ice, helping to improve his team and capturing the division title.  Unfortunately, they were defeated in Game 7 of the Conference final by the Dallas Stars. Bourque returned for his only full season with Colorado where he was named alternate captain.  After 22 seasons in the NHL, Ray Bourque and his Colorado Avalanche won the Stanley Cup in Game 7 against the New Jersey Devils.  After team captain, Joe Sakic, took the Cup, he immediately handed it to Bourque (without hoisting it), so Bourque could take the first victory lap around the ice.  Bourque had waited longer than any other player who won Cup in NHL history having played 1612 regular season and 214 play-off games before winning his Stanley Cup.  He announced his retirement shortly after and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2004.  His number 77 was retired by both the Boston Bruins and the Colorado Avalanche making him one of 6 players to have his number retired by more than one club. Get you Hockey Heroes Colorado Avalanche Ray Bourque Autographed Puck!
  • Peter Forsberg Stanley Cup Puck 2001 Autographed-Colorado Avalanche This hand signed Peter Forsberg Stanley Cup Puck 2001 Autographed-Colorado Avalanche has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season. Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Stanley Cup Puck 2001 Autographed-Colorado Avalanche !      
  • Peter Forsberg Retirement Banner Photo-Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Photo This hand signed Peter Forsberg Retirement Banner Photo-Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season. Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Retirement Banner Photo-Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Photo!  
  • Adam Foote Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Hockey Puck This hand signed Adam Foote Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Foote.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.   Learn More about Adam Foote: Adam Foote was a former defenseman drafted twenty second overall in the 1989 NHL draft.  He signed with the Quebec Nordiques where he played until 1995 when the franchise relocated to Colorado to become the Avalanche.  In Colorado, he won two Stanley Cups, one in 1996 and the second in 2001.  In the 2005-2006 season, Foote signed on with the Columbus Blue Jackets after thirteen seasons with Colorado, here he was automatically assigned alternate captain until defenseman Luke Richardson stepped down from his captaincy in December 2005.  Three seasons later, Foote was traded back to Colorado for two conditional draft picks.  On June 28th, 2008, Foote signed again with Colorado for a two-year contract.  The first full season of this contract was cut short for Foote due to an injury resulting in him only playing 42 games.  Further injuries in the lineup resulted in Colorado finishing last in the Western Conference that year.  In the off-season captain Joe Sakic announced his retirement and Foote was chosen as his replacement in 2009.  In April 2011, Foote played his last game with Colorado before his retirement.  His jersey was retired by the Avalanche in 2013. Own a piece of hockey history with an Adam Foote Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Hockey Puck!      
  • Peter Forsberg Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Puck This hand signed Peter Forsberg Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season. Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Official Game Puck!      
  • Peter Forsberg Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Hockey Puck w/ HOF Note This hand signed Peter Forsberg Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Hockey Puck w/ HOF Note has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season.   Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Autographed Puck-Colorado Avalanche Hockey Puck w/ HOF Note!      
  • Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo-Colorado Avalanche Action 8x10 Photo This hand signed Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo-Colorado Avalanche Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season. Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo-Colorado Avalanche Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo Colorado Avalanche Playmaker 8x10 This hand signed Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo Colorado Avalanche Playmaker 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season. Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo Colorado Avalanche Playmaker 8x10!  
  • Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo Colorado Avalanche 8x10 This hand signed Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo Colorado Avalanche 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season.   Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg Autographed Photo Colorado Avalanche 8x10!  
  • Peter Forsberg 2001 Stanley Cup Signed Colorado Avalanche 8x10 Photo This hand signed Peter Forsberg 2001 Stanley Cup Signed Photo-Colorado Avalanche 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Forsberg.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Peter Forsberg: Swedish centre Peter Forsberg was drafted sixth overall in 1991 by the Philadelphia Flyers, but due to a holdout by first overall draft pick Eric Lindros, Forsberg and four other players, along with two draft picks, were traded to the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for Lindros.  This trade was a strong basis for the Nordiques/Avalanche foundation.  He signed a contract with Quebec in October of 1993 but due to a lockout his debut was delayed until 1995.  His rookie season was impressive, with 50 points on offense, responsible defence, and physical play. At the end of the season he was awarded the Calder Trophy and the NHL All-Rookie Team.  In August of 1995 the Nordiques became the Colorado Avalanche.  During their first season in Colorado they won the season's Stanley Cup championships.  This 1995-1996 season, was both Forsberg's highest scoring season and the only time he would play in every game of his team's season.  The following year he played in only 65 regular games and 14 of 17 playoff games due to a bruised thigh, however due to the points scored while he was playing, Forsberg earned the team its first Presidents' Trophy.  That year he was chosen to appear on the cover of EA Sports' game “NHL 98”.  In 2001 Colorado won another Stanley Cup but Forsberg was unable to play past the second round due to health reasons.  After getting his spleen removed he decided to take the following season off to recuperate but did return for the playoffs where he lead the scoring with 27 points.  Season 2002-2003 was a banner year for Forsberg, now much healthier than in previous years, he led the league in scoring with 106 points and was awarded both the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy.  In 2005-2006 season after the NHL lockout, Forsberg signed a two-year contract with Philadelphia due to the salary cap imposed on the league.  These two seasons were plagued by injuries and surgeries that minimized Forsberg's ice time.  After his contract expired he was traded to the Nashville Predators.  As an unrestricted free agent, he played part of a season with Colorado, again being sidelined due to injury.  In 2011 he announced his retirement citing troubles with his ankles and feet as part of his reasons.  His jersey number was retired during the 2011-12 season. Own a piece of hockey history with a Peter Forsberg 2001 Stanley Cup Signed Colorado Avalanche 8x10 Photo!  
  • Patrick Roy Stanley Cup 2001Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Patrick Roy Stanley Cup 2001 Colorado Avalanche Signed 8x10 Photo today and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Patrick Roy Signed Picture Colorado Avalanche Goalie Mask Close-up This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Patrick Roy Signed Picture Colorado Avalanche Goalie Mask Close-up  today and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Patrick Roy Signed Hockey Puck-1996 Stanley Cup Colorado Avalanche This hand signed Colorado Avalanche hockey puck has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Patrick Roy Signed Hockey Puck-1996 Stanley Cup Colorado Avalanche today and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Patrick Roy Colorado Avalanche Game Action Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Patrick Roy Colorado Avalanche Game Action Signed 8x10 Photo today and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Patrick Roy Avalanche Signed Hockey Puck This hand signed Colorado Avalanche hockey puck has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Patrick Roy Avalanche Signed Hockey Puck today and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Patrick Roy 2001 Stanley Cup Colorado Avalanche Signed Hockey Puck This hand signed Colorado Avalanche hockey puck has been personally autographed by Patrick Roy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Patrick Roy: Patrick Roy is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time in the National Hockey League. Nicknamed "Saint Patrick," Patrick Roy split his playing career in the NHL between the Montreal Canadiens, with whom he played for ten years from 1984-1995, and the Colorado Avalanche, with whom he played for eight years from 1996-2003. During his impressive NHL career, Patrick Roy won four Stanley Cups, two with the Montreal Canadians in 1986 and 1993  and two with Colorado Avalanche in 1996 and 2001. Roy is widely credited with popularising the butterfly style of goaltending, which has since become the dominant style of goaltending around the world. Patrick Roy is a three time Conn Smythe trophy winner (1986, 1993 and 2001), five time William Jennings trophy winner (1987, 1988, 1989, 1992 and 2002) and three time Vezina trophy winner (1989, 1990 and 1992). Patrick Roy is also an 11 time NHL All-Star. Patrick Roy is the only player in NHL history to win the Conn Smythe trophy three times, for two different teams and in different decades. In 2004, Patrick Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll. On November 13, 2006, Roy was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.  Patrick Roy's number 33 jersey is retired by both the Canadiens on November 22, 2008 and the Avalanche on October 28, 2003. Patrick Roy has been the head coach of the Avalanche since the 2013-14 season, winning the Jack Adams award as the NHL's best coach in his inaugural NHL coaching season. Buy your Patrick Roy 2001 Stanley Cup Colorado Avalanche Signed Hockey Puck!
  • Mike Keane Stanley Cup 1996 Colorado Avalanche Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Mike Keane. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Own this Mike Keane Stanley Cup 1996 Colorado Avalanche Autographed 8x10 Photo today! Great addition to your NHL Colorado Avalanche collection!
  • Mike Keane Colorado Avalanche Autographed Hockey Puck This hand-signed hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mike Keane. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Own this Mike Keane Colorado Avalanche Autographed Hockey Puck today! Great addition to your NHL Colorado Avalanche collection!
  • Joe Sakic Signed Colorado Avalanche Sniper Spotlight 8x10 Photo This hand signed Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Sakic.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Joe Sakic: Joe Sakic was drafted 15th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut on October 6, 1988 and enjoyed a fine rookie season with 62 points in 70 games followed up with 102 points the following season. Sakic became the captain of the franchise in 1992-93  reaching the 100-point plateau by collecting 105. The Quebec Nordiques relocated to Denver as the Colorado Avalanche beginning with the 1995-96 season. Joe Sakic accumulated 120 points and led the newly-relocated franchise to its first Stanley Cup championship. He was named winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after scoring 34 points that included six game-winning goals in 22 games. On December 27, 1999, Joe Sakic  reached 1,000 career points. In 2000-01, he again reached the 100-point mark, finishing with 118 along with a career-best 54 goals. He was awarded the Hart Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's most valuable player as well as the Lady Byng Trophy. Joe Sakic again led the Avalanche to a Stanley Cup championship, defeating the New Jersey Devils in the final. That year, he was presented with the Stanley Cup by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, then immediately handed the historic trophy to then teammate Ray Bourque, who had waited 22 seasons for the opportunity to lift the Cup. Sakic announced his retirement on July 9, 2009. Colorado retied Sakic's  Number 19 on October 1, 2009 with a "C" banner to represent his time as captain of the Colorado Avalanche. Sakic was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 12, 2012 along with Mats Sundin, Pavel Bure and Adam Oates Own a piece of hockey history with a Joe Sakic Signed Colorado Avalanche Sniper Spotlight 8x10 Photo!      
  • Joe Sakic Signed Colorado Avalanche Game Action 8x10 Photo This hand signed Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Sakic.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Joe Sakic: Joe Sakic was drafted 15th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut on October 6, 1988 and enjoyed a fine rookie season with 62 points in 70 games followed up with 102 points the following season. Sakic became the captain of the franchise in 1992-93  reaching the 100-point plateau by collecting 105. The Quebec Nordiques relocated to Denver as the Colorado Avalanche beginning with the 1995-96 season. Joe Sakic accumulated 120 points and led the newly-relocated franchise to its first Stanley Cup championship. He was named winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after scoring 34 points that included six game-winning goals in 22 games. On December 27, 1999, Joe Sakic  reached 1,000 career points. In 2000-01, he again reached the 100-point mark, finishing with 118 along with a career-best 54 goals. He was awarded the Hart Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's most valuable player as well as the Lady Byng Trophy. Joe Sakic again led the Avalanche to a Stanley Cup championship, defeating the New Jersey Devils in the final. That year, he was presented with the Stanley Cup by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, then immediately handed the historic trophy to then teammate Ray Bourque, who had waited 22 seasons for the opportunity to lift the Cup. Sakic announced his retirement on July 9, 2009. Colorado retied Sakic's  Number 19 on October 1, 2009 with a "C" banner to represent his time as captain of the Colorado Avalanche. Sakic was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 12, 2012 along with Mats Sundin, Pavel Bure and Adam Oates Own a piece of hockey history with a Joe Sakic Signed Colorado Avalanche Game Action 8x10 Photo!      
  • Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed Overhead Hockey Action 8x10 Photo This hand signed Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Sakic.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Joe Sakic: Joe Sakic was drafted 15th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut on October 6, 1988 and enjoyed a fine rookie season with 62 points in 70 games followed up with 102 points the following season. Sakic became the captain of the franchise in 1992-93  reaching the 100-point plateau by collecting 105. The Quebec Nordiques relocated to Denver as the Colorado Avalanche beginning with the 1995-96 season. Joe Sakic accumulated 120 points and led the newly-relocated franchise to its first Stanley Cup championship. He was named winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after scoring 34 points that included six game-winning goals in 22 games. On December 27, 1999, Joe Sakic  reached 1,000 career points. In 2000-01, he again reached the 100-point mark, finishing with 118 along with a career-best 54 goals. He was awarded the Hart Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's most valuable player as well as the Lady Byng Trophy. Joe Sakic again led the Avalanche to a Stanley Cup championship, defeating the New Jersey Devils in the final. That year, he was presented with the Stanley Cup by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, then immediately handed the historic trophy to then teammate Ray Bourque, who had waited 22 seasons for the opportunity to lift the Cup. Sakic announced his retirement on July 9, 2009. Colorado retied Sakic's  Number 19 on October 1, 2009 with a "C" banner to represent his time as captain of the Colorado Avalanche. Sakic was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 12, 2012 along with Mats Sundin, Pavel Bure and Adam Oates Own a piece of hockey history with a Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed Overhead Hockey Action 8x10 Photo!      
  • Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed Last Playoff Game 8x10 Photo This hand signed Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Sakic.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Joe Sakic: Joe Sakic was drafted 15th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1987 NHL Entry Draft and made his NHL debut on October 6, 1988 and enjoyed a fine rookie season with 62 points in 70 games followed up with 102 points the following season. Sakic became the captain of the franchise in 1992-93  reaching the 100-point plateau by collecting 105. The Quebec Nordiques relocated to Denver as the Colorado Avalanche beginning with the 1995-96 season. Joe Sakic accumulated 120 points and led the newly-relocated franchise to its first Stanley Cup championship. He was named winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after scoring 34 points that included six game-winning goals in 22 games. On December 27, 1999, Joe Sakic  reached 1,000 career points. In 2000-01, he again reached the 100-point mark, finishing with 118 along with a career-best 54 goals. He was awarded the Hart Trophy and the Lester B. Pearson Award as the league's most valuable player as well as the Lady Byng Trophy. Joe Sakic again led the Avalanche to a Stanley Cup championship, defeating the New Jersey Devils in the final. That year, he was presented with the Stanley Cup by NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, then immediately handed the historic trophy to then teammate Ray Bourque, who had waited 22 seasons for the opportunity to lift the Cup. Sakic announced his retirement on July 9, 2009. Colorado retied Sakic's  Number 19 on October 1, 2009 with a "C" banner to represent his time as captain of the Colorado Avalanche. Sakic was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 12, 2012 along with Mats Sundin, Pavel Bure and Adam Oates Own a piece of hockey history with a Joe Sakic Colorado Avalanche Autographed Last Playoff Game 8x10 Photo!      

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