• Mike Richter Signed Photo-New York Rangers Overhead Breakaway Save 8x10 This Mike Richter Signed Photo-New York Rangers Overhead Breakaway Save 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Richter: Mike Richter is a retired professional ice hockey player.  He was a goaltender and he played for the New York Rangers.  Richter is known as one of the most successful American-born goalies. Mike Richter was drafted by the Rangers in 1985.  He represented the United States in the World Junior Championships and then played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1985-1987 and the Rangers drafted him that year as well.  Richter represented the United States in the World Junior Champion in 1986 as well as the World Champions and the 1988 Calgary Olympics before making his NHL debut with the Rangers in 1989 playoffs. Vanbiesbrouk was selected by the Florida Panthers which is why Richter had his first campaign as the team’s number one goalie.  He posted a career best with 42 wins and a 2.57 goals-against-average.  The Rangers also won the President Trophy for the second time in a row and Richter was named MVP of the NHL All Star Game. In 1994 Richter also helped the Rangers win the Stanley Cup which would be their first since 1940.  Richter continued to play and was considered a very successful goaltender.  His last appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs was in 1997, after that he hurt his knee.  Richter retired in 2003 and his number 35, was retired. Mike Richter was part of the class of 2008 in the U.S Hockey Hall of Fame due to his success. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Richter Signed Photo-New York Rangers Overhead Breakaway Save 8x10!  
  • Mike Richter New York Rangers Signed Photo-Multi-Exposure 8x10 Photo This Mike Richter Autographed Photo-New York Rangers Multi-Exposure 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Richter: Mike Richter is a retired professional ice hockey player.  He was a goaltender and he played for the New York Rangers.  Richter is known as one of the most successful American-born goalies. Mike Richter was drafted by the Rangers in 1985.  He represented the United States in the World Junior Championships and then played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1985-1987 and the Rangers drafted him that year as well.  Richter represented the United States in the World Junior Champion in 1986 as well as the World Champions and the 1988 Calgary Olympics before making his NHL debut with the Rangers in 1989 playoffs. Vanbiesbrouk was selected by the Florida Panthers which is why Richter had his first campaign as the team’s number one goalie.  He posted a career best with 42 wins and a 2.57 goals-against-average.  The Rangers also won the President Trophy for the second time in a row and Richter was named MVP of the NHL All Star Game. In 1994 Richter also helped the Rangers win the Stanley Cup which would be their first since 1940.  Richter continued to play and was considered a very successful goaltender.  His last appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs was in 1997, after that he hurt his knee.  Richter retired in 2003 and his number 35, was retired. Mike Richter was part of the class of 2008 in the U.S Hockey Hall of Fame due to his success. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Richter New York Rangers Signed Photo-Multi-Exposure 8x10 Photo!  
  • Mike Richter Retirement Banner Signed Photo-New York Rangers 8x10 This Mike Richter Autographed Photo-New York Rangers Banner Retirement Night 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Richter: Mike Richter is a retired professional ice hockey player.  He was a goaltender and he played for the New York Rangers.  Richter is known as one of the most successful American-born goalies. Mike Richter was drafted by the Rangers in 1985.  He represented the United States in the World Junior Championships and then played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1985-1987 and the Rangers drafted him that year as well.  Richter represented the United States in the World Junior Champion in 1986 as well as the World Champions and the 1988 Calgary Olympics before making his NHL debut with the Rangers in 1989 playoffs. Vanbiesbrouk was selected by the Florida Panthers which is why Richter had his first campaign as the team’s number one goalie.  He posted a career best with 42 wins and a 2.57 goals-against-average.  The Rangers also won the President Trophy for the second time in a row and Richter was named MVP of the NHL All Star Game. In 1994 Richter also helped the Rangers win the Stanley Cup which would be their first since 1940.  Richter continued to play and was considered a very successful goaltender.  His last appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs was in 1997, after that he hurt his knee.  Richter retired in 2003 and his number 35, was retired. Mike Richter was part of the class of 2008 in the U.S Hockey Hall of Fame due to his success. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Richter Retirement Banner Signed Photo-New York Rangers 8x10!  
  • Mike Richter Rangers Madison Square Garden Net Cam 8x10 Signed Photo This Mike Richter Signed Photo-New York Rangers Madison Square Garden Net Cam 8x10 has been personally autographed by Mr. Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Richter: Mike Richter is a retired professional ice hockey player.  He was a goaltender and he played for the New York Rangers.  Richter is known as one of the most successful American-born goalies. Mike Richter was drafted by the Rangers in 1985.  He represented the United States in the World Junior Championships and then played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1985-1987 and the Rangers drafted him that year as well.  Richter represented the United States in the World Junior Champion in 1986 as well as the World Champions and the 1988 Calgary Olympics before making his NHL debut with the Rangers in 1989 playoffs. Vanbiesbrouk was selected by the Florida Panthers which is why Richter had his first campaign as the team’s number one goalie.  He posted a career best with 42 wins and a 2.57 goals-against-average.  The Rangers also won the President Trophy for the second time in a row and Richter was named MVP of the NHL All Star Game. In 1994 Richter also helped the Rangers win the Stanley Cup which would be their first since 1940.  Richter continued to play and was considered a very successful goaltender.  His last appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs was in 1997, after that he hurt his knee.  Richter retired in 2003 and his number 35, was retired. Mike Richter was part of the class of 2008 in the U.S Hockey Hall of Fame due to his success. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Richter Rangers Madison Square Garden Net Cam 8x10 Signed Photo!  
  • Mike Richter Autographed Photo-New York Rangers Action 8x10 Photo This Mike Richter Autographed Photo-New York Rangers Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Richter: Mike Richter is a retired professional ice hockey player.  He was a goaltender and he played for the New York Rangers.  Richter is known as one of the most successful American-born goalies. Mike Richter was drafted by the Rangers in 1985.  He represented the United States in the World Junior Championships and then played for the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1985-1987 and the Rangers drafted him that year as well.  Richter represented the United States in the World Junior Champion in 1986 as well as the World Champions and the 1988 Calgary Olympics before making his NHL debut with the Rangers in 1989 playoffs. Vanbiesbrouk was selected by the Florida Panthers which is why Richter had his first campaign as the team’s number one goalie.  He posted a career best with 42 wins and a 2.57 goals-against-average.  The Rangers also won the President Trophy for the second time in a row and Richter was named MVP of the NHL All Star Game. In 1994 Richter also helped the Rangers win the Stanley Cup which would be their first since 1940.  Richter continued to play and was considered a very successful goaltender.  His last appearance in the Stanley Cup playoffs was in 1997, after that he hurt his knee.  Richter retired in 2003 and his number 35, was retired. Mike Richter was part of the class of 2008 in the U.S Hockey Hall of Fame due to his success. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Richter Autographed Photo-New York Rangers Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Bob Nevin New York Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo This Bob Nevin New York Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Nevin.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Bob Nevin: Bob Nevin was a professional ice hockey player who he played right wing.  Nevin played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars, Los Angeles Kings and the Edmonton Oilers of the WHA. Bob Nevin was originally drafted in 1957.  His first real achievement was in 1962 when he finished second in the Calder Memorial voting.  He shared the line with Red Kelly and Frank Mahovlich, helping Toronto take the Stanley Cup that year and the next.  In 1964, Nevin was traded to the Rangers.  He played for them for seven years before being traded to Minnesota. Nevin also played for Los Angeles where he recorded a personal best of 72 points that season which led the Kings to a franchise record of 105 points.  After, Nevin was traded to the Oilers of the WHA but retired after 13 games due to a broken collarbone. Nevin played 1,128 career games, scored 307 and 419 assists with a total of 726 points in his career. Own a piece of hockey history with a Bob Nevin New York Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Eddie Mio New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Eddie Mio.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Eddie Mio: Eddie Mio was a professional ice hockey player.  He played in the NHL and WHA as a goaltender.  During his career, Mio played for the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings and the Indianapolis Racers. Mio first put himself on the map for professional hockey when he decided to join the Colorado College from 1972-1976.  During that time Mio became a standout as he won first and second all-star awards.  He also made the NCAA west first all-American team two years in a row.  In 1974, Mio was officially drafted by the Blackhawks and the Blazers of the WHA but he played with neither and spent most of his time playing with smaller teams until he went to the Indianapolis Racers. Mio's goaltending was rough with the Racers and the biggest thing in his career would be befriending Wayne Gretzky.  Shortly after that Mio was traded again to the Oilers in 1978.  In Alberta, Mio got his first NHL action and had his first winning season in 1980-1981 before being traded again to the Rangers.  With New York Mio backstopped the Rangers for two seasons, then he was traded to Detroit for a season before retiring in 1986. A collector's delight--get your Eddie Mio New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Eddie Mio New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo This Eddie Mio New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Mio.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Eddie Mio: Eddie Mio was a professional ice hockey player.  He played in the NHL and WHA as a goaltender.  During his career, Mio played for the Edmonton Oilers, New York Rangers, Detroit Red Wings and the Indianapolis Racers. Mio first put himself on the map for professional hockey when he decided to join the Colorado College from 1972-1976.  During that time Mio became a standout as he won first and second all-star awards.  He also made the NCAA west first all-American team two years in a row.  In 1974, Mio was officially drafted by the Blackhawks and the Blazers of the WHA but he played with neither and spent most of his time playing with smaller teams until he went to the Indianapolis Racers. Mio's goaltending was rough with the Racers and the biggest thing in his career would be befriending Wayne Gretzky.  Shortly after that Mio was traded again to the Oilers in 1978.  In Alberta, Mio got his first NHL action and had his first winning season in 1980-1981 before being traded again to the Rangers.  With New York Mio backstopped the Rangers for two seasons, then he was traded to Detroit for a season before retiring in 1986. Own a piece of hockey history with an Eddie Mio New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo!  
  • Kirk McLean New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo This Kirk McLean New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. McLean.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Kirk McLean: Kirk McLean was a professional ice hockey player in the NHL.  He was a goaltender that played for the New Jersey Devils, Vancouver Canucks, Carolina Hurricanes, Florida Panthers and the New York Rangers. Kirk McLean was originally drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1984.  He debuted with the Devils in 1985-1986 before being called to Oshawa.  McLean had to compete with many for ice time so he was sent to their AHL affiliate, the Maine Mariners.  He was called up from Maine in 1986 and allowed only one goal of 24 shots into the net, letting the Devils win the game.  He played a few more games with them before being traded to the Vancouver Canucks in 1987. With the Canucks, McLean earned his first Vezina Trophy and achieved his first NHL career shutout.  In 1991-1992 Mclean earned his next big achievement when he stopped all 45 shots making it his third shutout of the season and the Canucks first against Montreal.  In 1994 during a game against the Kings, McLean became a part of history when he let Wayne Gretzky score his 802nd goal making Gretzky the All Time Leading Goal-Scorer. After that, McLean was traded to the Carolina Hurricanes.  He played with them for a season before being traded to Florida for two seasons.  McLean was traded yet again to the Rangers before retiring. Own a piece of hockey history with a Kirk McLean New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo!  
  • Cesare Maniago New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo This Cesare Maniago New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Maniago.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Cesare Maniago: Cesare Maniago was a professional ice hockey player.  He was a goaltender that played for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, Minnesota North Stars and the Vancouver Canucks. Maniago was originally drafted by Toronto in 1960.  He played seven games for the Leafs in the 1960-1961 season.  He was picked by the Montreal Canadiens the following season.  The high point of his time with Montreal would be a 14-game stint in the relief of the ailing Jaques Plante in 1963.  Maniago had a good season with the Minneapolis Bruins of the CHL in 1965, winning the league's MVP award. After that he was traded to the Rangers.  In 1966, Maniago competed for the starter goalie and was also given a questionable distinction by allowing Bobby Hull to score his 51st goal that year as Hull was the first in history to do so. In 1967, Maniago was the expanding Minnesota North Stars first pick for a goaltender.  Due to Maniago’s play the North Stars were led to the playoffs five out of six of their first seasons however at the end Minnesota struggled.  They tried to find a suitable goalie to help Maniago before taking Gump Worsley out of retirement in 1970.  After 1974, Minnesota's fortune sagged as Worsley retired and Maniago was traded to the Canucks where he played two seasons before retirement. Own a piece of hockey history with a Cesare Maniago New York Rangers Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo!  
  • Albert Junior Langlois New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo This Albert Junior Langlois New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Langlois.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Albert Junior Langlois: Albert Junior Langlois was an NHL defenseman that was active from 1957-1967.  He joined the Montreal Canadiens full-time in 1958 for the tail end of their five-cup dynasty winning two Stanley Cups in 1959 and 1960.  He played in two All-Star Games before being traded to the New York Rangers in 1961.  He was traded late in the 1963-1964 season where he helped the Detroit Red Wings reach the Stanley Cup Finals.  In 1965-1966, he played one last season in the NHL with the Boston Bruins.  His final season of professional hockey was spent with the WHL’s Los Angeles Blades. Own a piece of hockey history with an Albert Junior Langlois New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo!  
  • Pat LaFontaine New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck w/ HOF Inscription This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Pat LaFontaine. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Pat LaFontaine: Pat LaFontaine is an NHL Hall of Famer that spent his entire career playing for New York state based teams:  the New York Islanders, Buffalo Sabres and the New York Rangers.  Pat LaFontaine was selected 3rd overall by the New York Islanders in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft.  After representing Team USA in the 1984 Olympic Winter Games, LaFontaine made it back to the NHL in time to join the Islanders in the Stanley Cup Finals.  The 1987-1988 season was the first of six 40 plus point seasons for Lafontaine.  In the 1987 Stanley Cup division finals, LaFontaine scored the game winning goal in the 4th period of overtime against the Washington Capitals in game seven that was dubbed the “Easter Epic”.  LaFontaine was traded to the Buffalo Sabres in October 1991 and during his second season with the Sabres, set a team record with 148 points.  The potential hockey superstar suffered several career setbacks including concussions, a broken jaw and an injured knee.  He was awarded the Bill Masterson Trophy at the end of the 1995 season for his determination and perseverance.  He was traded to the New York Rangers but a series of concussions only saw Pat Lafontaine appear in 62 games.  He retired at the end of the season with 468 goals and 1013 points.  The Sabres retired his number 16 in 2006 and LaFontaine was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003. A collector's delight--get your Pat LaFontaine New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck w/ HOF Inscription from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Pat LaFontaine New York Rangers Autographed Playmaker 8x10 Photo This Pat LaFontaine New York Rangers Autographed Playmaker 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. LaFontaine.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Pat LaFontaine: Pat LaFontaine is an NHL Hall of Famer that spent his entire career playing for New York state based teams:  the New York Islanders, Buffalo Sabres and the New York Rangers.  Pat LaFontaine was selected 3rd overall by the New York Islanders in the 1983 NHL Entry Draft.  After representing Team USA in the 1984 Olympic Winter Games, LaFontaine made it back to the NHL in time to join the Islanders in the Stanley Cup Finals.  The 1987-1988 season was the first of six 40 plus point seasons for Lafontaine.  In the 1987 Stanley Cup division finals, LaFontaine scored the game winning goal in the 4th period of overtime against the Washington Capitals in game seven that was dubbed the “Easter Epic”.  LaFontaine was traded to the Buffalo Sabres in October 1991 and during his second season with the Sabres, set a team record with 148 points.  The potential hockey superstar suffered several career setbacks including concussions, a broken jaw and an injured knee.  He was awarded the Bill Masterson Trophy at the end of the 1995 season for his determination and perseverance.  He was traded to the New York Rangers but a series of concussions only saw Pat Lafontaine appear in 62 games.  He retired at the end of the season with 468 goals and 1013 points.  The Sabres retired his number 16 in 2006 and LaFontaine was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003. Own a piece of hockey history with a Pat LaFontaine New York Rangers Autographed Playmaker 8x10 Photo!  
  • Mike Keenan Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mike Keenan. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Mike Keenan: Mike Keenan is a long time professional hockey coach that has served several leagues and teams in the NHL.  He began his career coaching at the varsity and junior levels in 1977.  He led the Oshawa Legionaries to back to back championships in 1979 and 1980.  Mike Keenan moved on to coaching the Rochester Americans to the AHL championship in 1983.  The following year, Keenan got his first high profile coaching job, coaching the Philadelphia Flyers in 1984.  He was with the Flyers for 4 years before becoming head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks in 1988 and head coach of the New York Rangers in 1993.  In 1994, he led the Rangers to their first Stanley Cup Championship since 1940.  Mike Keenan also was coach and/or GM for the St. Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks, Boston Bruins and the Florida Panthers.  In 2007 Keenan became senior advisor to the Swedish Ice Hockey Association.  This position was short lived as he returned to the NHL to coach the Calgary Flames.  Keenan recorded his 600th win as a coach with the Flames.  Keenan left the NHL to join the KHL in 2013. A collector's delight--get your Mike Keenan Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Mike Keenan New York Rangers Autographed Stanley Cup 8x10 Photo This Mike Keenan New York Rangers Autographed Stanley Cup 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Keenan.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Mike Keenan: Mike Keenan is a long time professional hockey coach that has served several leagues and teams in the NHL.  He began his career coaching at the varsity and junior levels in 1977.  He led the Oshawa Legionaries to back to back championships in 1979 and 1980.  Mike Keenan moved on to coaching the Rochester Americans to the AHL championship in 1983.  The following year, Keenan got his first high profile coaching job, coaching the Philadelphia Flyers in 1984.  He was with the Flyers for 4 years before becoming head coach of the Chicago Blackhawks in 1988 and head coach of the New York Rangers in 1993.  In 1994, he led the Rangers to their first Stanley Cup Championship since 1940.  Mike Keenan also was coach and/or GM for the St. Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks, Boston Bruins and the Florida Panthers.  In 2007 Keenan became senior advisor to the Swedish Ice Hockey Association.  This position was short lived as he returned to the NHL to coach the Calgary Flames.  Keenan recorded his 600th win as a coach with the Flames.  Keenan left the NHL to join the KHL in 2013.   Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Keenan New York Rangers Autographed Stanley Cup 8x10 Photo!  
  • Vic Howe New York Rangers Autographed Closeup 8x10 Photo This Vic Howe New York Rangers Autographed Closeup 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Howe.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Vic Howe: Vic Howe was a right-wing player from 1948-1957.  The brother of Gordie Howe, Vic attained much of his successes in the minor leagues and in Europe.  Howe played in the OHL through the late forties for the Windsor Spitfires and the IHL's Hettche club.  He played a total of 33 games with the New York Rangers over the course of three seasons as well as stints in the EHL's New York Rovers, and the WHL's Saskatoon Quakers.  He played in the British League for the Harringway Racers for the 1956-1957 season.  After retirement, Howe became a constable for the Canadian National Railway, a career he held for three decades. Own a piece of hockey history with a Vic Howe New York Rangers Autographed Closeup 8x10 Photo!  
  • Glenn Healy Autographed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Glenn Healy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Glenn Healy: Signing on as a free agent in 1985, Glenn Healy played in the NHL for fifteen years on various teams such as the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Los Angeles Kings.  Healy was the goalie on the Stanley Cup winning Rangers team in 1993-1994, in 1995-1996 he won two Rangers awards; the Rangers Good Guy Award and Rangers Fan Club Ceil Saidel Award.  After retiring from playing, Healy became a colour commentator for first CBC then TSN.  In 2009-2010 he moved to analyzing games for Hockey Night in Canada before joining the NHL at Sportsnet cast in 2014.  He created the "Loch Ness Monster" segment for TSN which looks at players that did not turn out to be the key player viewers were expecting.  In 2016 Healy was cut from Hockey Night in Canada and is now the Executive Director/President of the NHL Alumni Association. A collector's delight--get your Glenn Healy Autographed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Glenn Healy New York Rangers Autographed Overhead 8x10 Photo This Glenn Healy New York Rangers Autographed Overhead 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Healy.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Glenn Healy: Signing on as a free agent in 1985, Glenn Healy played in the NHL for fifteen years on various teams such as the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Los Angeles Kings.  Healy was the goalie on the Stanley Cup winning Rangers team in 1993-1994, in 1995-1996 he won two Rangers awards; the Rangers Good Guy Award and Rangers Fan Club Ceil Saidel Award.  After retiring from playing, Healy became a colour commentator for first CBC then TSN.  In 2009-2010 he moved to analyzing games for Hockey Night in Canada before joining the NHL at Sportsnet cast in 2014.  He created the "Loch Ness Monster" segment for TSN which looks at players that did not turn out to be the key player viewers were expecting.  In 2016 Healy was cut from Hockey Night in Canada and is now the Executive Director/President of the NHL Alumni Association. Own a piece of hockey history with a Glenn Healy New York Rangers Autographed Overhead 8x10 Photo!  
  • Glenn Healy New York Rangers Autographed Glove Save 8x10 Photo This Glenn Healy New York Rangers Autographed Glove Save 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Healy.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Glenn Healy: Signing on as a free agent in 1985, Glenn Healy played in the NHL for fifteen years on various teams such as the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Los Angeles Kings.  Healy was the goalie on the Stanley Cup winning Rangers team in 1993-1994, in 1995-1996 he won two Rangers awards; the Rangers Good Guy Award and Rangers Fan Club Ceil Saidel Award.  After retiring from playing, Healy became a colour commentator for first CBC then TSN.  In 2009-2010 he moved to analyzing games for Hockey Night in Canada before joining the NHL at Sportsnet cast in 2014.  He created the "Loch Ness Monster" segment for TSN which looks at players that did not turn out to be the key player viewers were expecting.  In 2016 Healy was cut from Hockey Night in Canada and is now the Executive Director/President of the NHL Alumni Association. Own a piece of hockey history with a Glenn Healy New York Rangers Autographed Glove Save 8x10 Photo!  
  • Vic Hadfield Autographed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Vic Hadfield. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Vic Hadfield: Vic Hadfield made it to the NHL as a rugged enforcer for the New York Rangers in 1959.  He posted triple digit penalty numbers and led the league in 1963-1964 with 151 penalty minutes.  As Hadfield’s career progressed with the Rangers, he was put on the same line with Jean Ratelle and Rod Gilbert.  This line would become known as the Goal a Game line and Hadfield’s focuses shifted scoring.  Vic Hadfield was an example of one player doing it all as his points totals came closer to matching his penalty minutes.  In 1971-1972, he had his career best season with 50 goals, 106 points and 142 PIM.  He became captain of the New York Rangers the following season and was also chosen to play in the 1972 Summit Series.  Hadfield was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for the start of the 1974 season where he played for 2 seasons before a knee injury ended his career. A collector's delight--get your Vic Hadfield Autographed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Vic Hadfield New York Rangers Autographed Game Action 8x10 Photo This Vic Hadfield New York Rangers Autographed Game Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Hadfield.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Vic Hadfield: Vic Hadfield made it to the NHL as a rugged enforcer for the New York Rangers in 1959.  He posted triple digit penalty numbers and led the league in 1963-1964 with 151 penalty minutes.  As Hadfield’s career progressed with the Rangers, he was put on the same line with Jean Ratelle and Rod Gilbert.  This line would become known as the Goal a Game line and Hadfield’s focuses shifted scoring.  Vic Hadfield was an example of one player doing it all as his points totals came closer to matching his penalty minutes.  In 1971-1972, he had his career best season with 50 goals, 106 points and 142 PIM.  He became captain of the New York Rangers the following season and was also chosen to play in the 1972 Summit Series.  Hadfield was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for the start of the 1974 season where he played for 2 seasons before a knee injury ended his career. Own a piece of hockey history with a Vic Hadfield New York Rangers Autographed Game Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Vic Hadfield New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo This Vic Hadfield New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Hadfield.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Vic Hadfield: Vic Hadfield made it to the NHL as a rugged enforcer for the New York Rangers in 1959.  He posted triple digit penalty numbers and led the league in 1963-1964 with 151 penalty minutes.  As Hadfield’s career progressed with the Rangers, he was put on the same line with Jean Ratelle and Rod Gilbert.  This line would become known as the Goal a Game line and Hadfield’s focuses shifted scoring.  Vic Hadfield was an example of one player doing it all as his points totals came closer to matching his penalty minutes.  In 1971-1972, he had his career best season with 50 goals, 106 points and 142 PIM.  He became captain of the New York Rangers the following season and was also chosen to play in the 1972 Summit Series.  Hadfield was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for the start of the 1974 season where he played for 2 seasons before a knee injury ended his career. Own a piece of hockey history with a Vic Hadfield New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo!  
  • Adam Graves Signed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Adam Graves. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Adam Graves: Adam Graves was an NHL left winger that was drafted 22nd overall by the Detroit Red Wings in 1986.  He became a regular with the Red Wings in the 1988-1989 season, only scoring 7 goals in 56 games but also amassing 60 penalty minutes.  His tenure in Detroit was short lived as he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers in November 1989.  He was part of “the Kid line” alongside Martin Gelinas and Joe Murphy who helped the Oilers with their 5th Stanley Cup in 7 seasons.  Adam Graves was signed by the New York Rangers as a free agent for the 1991-1992 season.  He was asked to fulfill the role as a two-way forward as he had during his highly successful junior career.  Graves responded well to the challenge increasing his performance with 26 and 36 goals in his first two seasons with the Rangers, helping them achieve the Presidents Trophy the first year with a league high 105 points.  He won his second Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1994.  Graves played for the Rangers until 2001 when he joined the San Jose Sharks.  He retired his skates in April 2004. A collector's delight--get your Adam Graves Signed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Adam Graves Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo This Adam Graves Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Graves.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Adam Graves: Adam Graves was an NHL left winger that was drafted 22nd overall by the Detroit Red Wings in 1986.  He became a regular with the Red Wings in the 1988-1989 season, only scoring 7 goals in 56 games but also amassing 60 penalty minutes.  His tenure in Detroit was short lived as he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers in November 1989.  He was part of “the Kid line” alongside Martin Gelinas and Joe Murphy who helped the Oilers with their 5th Stanley Cup in 7 seasons.  Adam Graves was signed by the New York Rangers as a free agent for the 1991-1992 season.  He was asked to fulfill the role as a two-way forward as he had during his highly successful junior career.  Graves responded well to the challenge increasing his performance with 26 and 36 goals in his first two seasons with the Rangers, helping them achieve the Presidents Trophy the first year with a league high 105 points.  He won his second Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1994.  Graves played for the Rangers until 2001 when he joined the San Jose Sharks.  He retired his skates in April 2004. Own a piece of hockey history with an Adam Graves Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo!  
  • Adam Graves New York Rangers Autographed Game Action 8x10 Photo This Adam Graves New York Rangers Autographed Game Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Graves.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Adam Graves: Adam Graves was an NHL left winger that was drafted 22nd overall by the Detroit Red Wings in 1986.  He became a regular with the Red Wings in the 1988-1989 season, only scoring 7 goals in 56 games but also amassing 60 penalty minutes.  His tenure in Detroit was short lived as he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers in November 1989.  He was part of “the Kid line” alongside Martin Gelinas and Joe Murphy who helped the Oilers with their 5th Stanley Cup in 7 seasons.  Adam Graves was signed by the New York Rangers as a free agent for the 1991-1992 season.  He was asked to fulfill the role as a two-way forward as he had during his highly successful junior career.  Graves responded well to the challenge increasing his performance with 26 and 36 goals in his first two seasons with the Rangers, helping them achieve the Presidents Trophy the first year with a league high 105 points.  He won his second Stanley Cup with the Rangers in 1994.  Graves played for the Rangers until 2001 when he joined the San Jose Sharks.  He retired his skates in April 2004. Own a piece of hockey history with an Adam Graves New York Rangers Autographed Game Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Rod Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Original Six Action 8x10 Photo This Rod Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Original Six Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Gilbert.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Rod Gilbert: Rod Gilbert was an NHL right winger that played his entire career from 1960-1978 with the New York Rangers.  He was part of the GAG line (Goal a Game) alongside teammates Vic Hadfield and Jean Ratelle.  Despite never having won a Stanley Cup, Rod Gilbert is ranked #2 on the all-time list of New York Rangers.  He won a Bill Masterson trophy for his perseverance and dedication to hockey.  During his junior career, Gilbert slipped on garbage thrown on the ice causing him to break a vertebra in his back which led him to be temporarily paralyzed.  He underwent numerous surgeries and played through constant pain.  He was a fan favorite that made eight All-Star Game appearances.  His number (#7) was the first number to be raised to the rafters by the Rangers.  Rod Gilbert was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982. Own a piece of hockey history with a Rod Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Original Six Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Rod Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Playmaker 8x10 Photo This Rod Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Playmaker 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Gilbert.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Rod Gilbert: Rod Gilbert was an NHL right winger that played his entire career from 1960-1978 with the New York Rangers.  He was part of the GAG line (Goal a Game) alongside teammates Vic Hadfield and Jean Ratelle.  Despite never having won a Stanley Cup, Rod Gilbert is ranked #2 on the all-time list of New York Rangers.  He won a Bill Masterson trophy for his perseverance and dedication to hockey.  During his junior career, Gilbert slipped on garbage thrown on the ice causing him to break a vertebra in his back which led him to be temporarily paralyzed.  He underwent numerous surgeries and played through constant pain.  He was a fan favorite that made eight All-Star Game appearances.  His number (#7) was the first number to be raised to the rafters by the Rangers.  Rod Gilbert was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1982. Own a piece of hockey history with a Rod Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Playmaker 8x10 Photo!  
  • Greg Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Hockey 8x10 Photo This Greg Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Hockey 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Gilbert.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Greg Gilbert: Greg Gilbert was an NHL winger that played in the NHL from 1981-1996 with the New York Islanders, Chicago Blackhawks, New York Rangers and the St. Louis Blues.  He was a part of two Stanley Cup Championships with the Islanders in 1982 and 1983.  He also won the Stanley Cup with the New York Rangers in 1994 making him the only player to win a cup with both New York franchises. After his retirement as a player, Greg Gilbert turned his career to coaching.  He was a head coach for the AHL’s Worcester Ice Cats, he was assistant coach and later head coach for the Calgary Flames and head coach of the OHL’s Mississauga Ice Dogs. Own a piece of hockey history with a Greg Gilbert New York Rangers Autographed Hockey 8x10 Photo!