• John Vanbiesbrouck New York Rangers Autographed Fight vs Hrudey 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by John Vanbiesbrouck.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About John Vanbiesbrouck: John Vanbiesbrouck was a popular goaltender that played in the NHL for the New York Rangers, Florida Panthers, Philadelphia Flyers, New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils.  He was first drafted by the Rangers in 1981 but played for their minor affiliate the Tulsa Oilers.  Vanbiesbrouck’s first official season with the Rangers was 1984-85.  That year Vanbiesbrouck won a Vezina Trophy and was a First Team All-Star the next season. In 1993, Vanbiesbrouck was traded to the Florida Panthers and was a huge factor in the Panthers winning the Stanley Cup in 1996. While with Florida, Vanbiesbrouck recorded his 300th career victory, becoming the fifteenth goalie to do so and the second American goalie. Vanbiesbrouck also played on an international level with the United States many times.  He played in the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in 1982 and played at four IIHF World Championships.  Vanbiesbrouck also played in two Canada Cups. After his career, Vanbiesbrouck took over as the manager and head coach of the Greyhounds and in 2013 became the general manager of the United States Hockey League's Muskegon Lumberjacks. John Vanbiesbrouck was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007. Own a piece of hockey history with a John Vanbiesbrouck New York Rangers Autographed Fight vs Hrudey 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Johnny Bower New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Johnny Bower. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Johnny Bower: Johnny Bower played a large part of his hockey career in the minor leagues with a brief stint in for the New York Rangers before becoming the Toronto Maple Leafs’ starting goaltender.  He played for Toronto from 1958-59 season to 1969-70 and was nicknamed the China Wall for his solid goaltending at an older age. Johnny Bower played for Toronto for 11 seasons, bringing home 3 Consecutive Stanley Cup victories in 1962, 1963 and 1964.  He would win one more Stanley Cup in 1967, with tandem goaltender Terry Sawchuk, with whom he shared the Vezina trophy for best goaltender. Johnny Bower would receive many awards and honors after his retirement from hockey in 1970.  He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (1976), the AHL Hall of Fame (1998), the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame (1999) and in 2007, Johnny Bower received his star on Canada’s Walk of Fame.  In 2014, Johnny Bower, alongside Ted Kennedy and Daryl Sittler, were inducted into Legends Row, a Statue outside of the Air Canada Centre depicting the 12 greatest Toronto Maple Leafs of all time. Complete your NHL memorabilia collection with a Johnny Bower New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo!
  • Johnny Bower New York Rangers Signed Hockey Puck-HOF Note Johnny Bower New York Rangers Signed Hockey Puck with Hall of Fame Inscription. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Johnny Bower: Johnny Bower played a large part of his hockey career in the minor leagues with a brief stint in for the New York Rangers before becoming the Toronto Maple Leafs’ starting goaltender.  He played for Toronto from 1958-59 season to 1969-70 and was nicknamed the China Wall for his solid goaltending at an older age. Johnny Bower played for Toronto for 11 seasons, bringing home 3 Consecutive Stanley Cup victories in 1962, 1963 and 1964.  He would win one more Stanley Cup in 1967, with tandem goaltender Terry Sawchuk, with whom he shared the Vezina trophy for best goaltender. Johnny Bower would receive many awards and honors after his retirement from hockey in 1970.  He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame (1976), the AHL Hall of Fame (1998), the Ontario Sports Hall of Fame (1999) and in 2007, Johnny Bower received his star on Canada’s Walk of Fame.  In 2014, Johnny Bower, alongside Ted Kennedy and Daryl Sittler, were inducted into Legends Row, a Statue outside of the Air Canada Centre depicting the 12 greatest Toronto Maple Leafs of all time. Own a piece of NHL hockey history with Hall of Fame goalie Johnny Bower New York Rangers Signed Hockey Puck-HOF Note!
  • Kevin Lowe New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Kevin Lowe.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Kevin Lowe: Kevin Lowe was a professional ice hockey player.  He was a defenseman that played for the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers. Kevin Lowe was originally drafted in 1979 by the Edmonton Oilers.  He played 13 full seasons with them.  Lowe helped the Oilers win 5 Stanley Cups and was the Team Captain in 1991-1992.  In December of 1992, Lowe was traded to the Rangers.  In 1994, Lowe and six other ex-Oilers helped the Rangers win a Stanley Cup.  In 1996 Lowe rejoined the Oilers.  Lowe started the 1997-1998 season with them but was forced to retire due to an inner ear infection that affected his balance. Although he retired, Lowe quickly joined the Oilers staff.  Some of the highlights of his career would be that he was the manager for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey Team and he also managed Team Canada at the World Hockey Championships. During his career, Kevin Lowe played 1,254 regular season games, scoring 84-347-431 with a total of 1,498 penalty minutes.  He also participated in 214 playoff games, scoring 10-48-58 and 192 penalty minutes. A collector's delight--get your Kevin Lowe New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Kevin Lowe Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo This Kevin Lowe New York Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Lowe.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More About Kevin Lowe: Kevin Lowe was a professional ice hockey player.  He was a defenseman that played for the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers. Kevin Lowe was originally drafted in 1979 by the Edmonton Oilers.  He played 13 full seasons with them.  Lowe helped the Oilers win 5 Stanley Cups and was the Team Captain in 1991-1992.  In December of 1992, Lowe was traded to the Rangers.  In 1994, Lowe and six other ex-Oilers helped the Rangers win a Stanley Cup.  In 1996 Lowe rejoined the Oilers.  Lowe started the 1997-1998 season with them but was forced to retire due to an inner ear infection that affected his balance. Although he retired, Lowe quickly joined the Oilers staff.  Some of the highlights of his career would be that he was the manager for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey Team and he also managed Team Canada at the World Hockey Championships. During his career, Kevin Lowe played 1,254 regular season games, scoring 84-347-431 with a total of 1,498 penalty minutes.  He also participated in 214 playoff games, scoring 10-48-58 and 192 penalty minutes. Own a piece of hockey history with a Kevin Lowe Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo!  
  • Kevin Lowe Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Kevin Lowe.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Kevin Lowe: Kevin Lowe was a professional ice hockey player.  He was a defenseman that played for the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers. Kevin Lowe was originally drafted in 1979 by the Edmonton Oilers.  He played 13 full seasons with them.  Lowe helped the Oilers win 5 Stanley Cups and was the Team Captain in 1991-1992.  In December of 1992, Lowe was traded to the Rangers.  In 1994, Lowe and six other ex-Oilers helped the Rangers win a Stanley Cup.  In 1996 Lowe rejoined the Oilers.  Lowe started the 1997-1998 season with them but was forced to retire due to an inner ear infection that affected his balance. Although he retired, Lowe quickly joined the Oilers staff.  Some of the highlights of his career would be that he was the manager for the 2004 World Cup of Hockey Team and he also managed Team Canada at the World Hockey Championships. During his career, Kevin Lowe played 1,254 regular season games, scoring 84-347-431 with a total of 1,498 penalty minutes.  He also participated in 214 playoff games, scoring 10-48-58 and 192 penalty minutes. A collector's delight--get your Kevin Lowe Stanley Cup 1994 New York Rangers Autographed Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • 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!  
  • Lou Fontinato New York Rangers Autographed On Ice 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Lou Fontinato.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Lou Fontinato: Leapin’ Louie Fontinato was an NHL defenceman that played for the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens from 1954-1963.  He was a rugged enforcer that led the league in penalty minutes with 202.  Fontinato had a long running feud with Gordie Howe which culminated in a fight where Howe broke Fontinato’s  nose and dislocated his jaw.  Howe described the fight as one of the most memorable of his career.  Lou Fontinato was traded to the Montreal Canadiens where he spent two more seasons before he suffered a career ending injury after colliding head first into the boards on a missed check.  He was paralyzed for a month and did not regain feeling in his arms for four months.  Lou Fontinato passed away on July 3, 2016 at the age of 84. Own a piece of hockey history with a Lou Fontinato New York Rangers Autographed On Ice 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures. Buy yours today!
  • Lou Fontinato New York Rangers Autographed Penalty Box 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Lou Fontinato.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Lou Fontinato: Leapin’ Louie Fontinato was an NHL defenceman that played for the New York Rangers and Montreal Canadiens from 1954-1963.  He was a rugged enforcer that led the league in penalty minutes with 202.  Fontinato had a long running feud with Gordie Howe which culminated in a fight where Howe broke Fontinato’s  nose and dislocated his jaw.  Howe described the fight as one of the most memorable of his career.  Lou Fontinato was traded to the Montreal Canadiens where he spent two more seasons before he suffered a career ending injury after colliding head first into the boards on a missed check.  He was paralyzed for a month and did not regain feeling in his arms for four months.  Lou Fontinato passed away on July 3, 2016 at the age of 84. Own a piece of hockey history with a Lou Fontinato New York Rangers Autographed Penalty Box 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures. Buy yours today!
  • Marc Staal New York Rangers Autographed 2012 Winter Classic Hockey Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Marc Staal.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.   Learn More About Marc Staal: Marc Staal is a professional ice hockey player, defenseman and alternate captain that plays for the New York Rangers.  Staal is the younger brother of Eric Staal who plays for the Minnesota Wild, and the older brother of Jordan Staal who plays for the Carolina Hurricanes and Jared Staal of the Edinburgh Capitals of the Elite Ice Hockey League. Marc Staal was drafted 12th overall by the New York Rangers in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.  He made his debut with the Rangers in 2007.  Staal has steadily improved his game throughout his NHL career as he’s focused more on improving his offensive game.  In 2010-2011 he has reached a career high 29 point season with 7 goals and 22 assists. Internationally, Marc Staal represents Team Canada, and is a two time gold medalist in the World Junior Championships in 2006 and 2007. Own a piece of hockey history with a Marc Staal New York Rangers Autographed 2012 Winter Classic Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Marc Staal New York Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Marc Staal.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Marc Staal: Marc Staal is a professional ice hockey player, defenseman and alternate captain that plays for the New York Rangers.  Staal is the younger brother of Eric Staal who plays for the Minnesota Wild, and the older brother of Jordan Staal who plays for the Carolina Hurricanes and Jared Staal of the Edinburgh Capitals of the Elite Ice Hockey League. Marc Staal was drafted 12th overall by the New York Rangers in the 2005 NHL Entry Draft.  He made his debut with the Rangers in 2007.  Staal has steadily improved his game throughout his NHL career as he’s focused more on improving his offensive game.  In 2010-2011 he has reached a career high 29 point season with 7 goals and 22 assists. Internationally, Marc Staal represents Team Canada, and is a two time gold medalist in the World Junior Championships in 2006 and 2007. Own a piece of hockey history with a Marc Staal New York Rangers Autographed Action 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures. Buy yours today!
  • Marcel Dionne New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Marcel Dionne. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Marcel Dionne: Marcel Dionne is an NHL Hall of Famer that retired in 1989 after playing 18 seasons for the Detroit Red Wings, LA Kings and New York Rangers.   He was drafted in 1971, second overall by the Detroit Red Wings where he played for 4 seasons. Marcel Dionne was traded to the Los Angeles Kings where he played on the Triple Crown Line with teammates Charlie Simmer and Dave Taylor.  Despite his successful on ice performance during the regular season, Marcel Dionne and his team never made it past the second round in three playoff appearances. Marcel Dionne was traded to the New York Rangers where he was reunited with his minor league teammate Guy Lafleur.  Dionne played another two and a half seasons with the Rangers, before announcing his retirement in 1989. Despite not winning a Stanley Cup Championship, Marcel Dionne was a gifted hockey player with many notable achievements.  Dionne ranks third in the NHL for most 100+ points season with 8, behind Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux.  He ranks 5th in all time goals scored with 731 and finished his career with 1771 points. Own a piece of hockey history with a Marcel Dionne New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Mark Messier New York Rangers Signed 8x10 Bloodied Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Mark Messier. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Mark Messier: Mark Messier is considered one of the greatest NHL players of all time. Mark Messier is second on the all-time career lists with 1887 regular season points, 295 playoff points and 1756 regular season games played. Mark Messier played with the Edmonton Oilers from 1979-1991, The New York Rangers from 1991-1997 and 2000-2004 and the Vancouver Canucks from 1997-2000. Mark Messier has won six Stanley Cups, five with the Oilers (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990) and one with the Rangers in 1994 ending a 54 year drought for the team. Mark Messier is the only player to Captain two different professional teams to championships. Mark Messier was known, over the course of his career, as "The Moose" for his aggression and strength. Mark Messier is a two time Hart Trophy winner as the league's most valuable player, winning the award in 1990 and 1992 and a two time Lester B Pearson award winner in the same years.. Mark Messier also won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1984 as the most valuable player during the playoffs. Messier is a 15-time NHL All Star. In 2007, Mark Messier was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, in his first year of eligibility. Mark Messier's number 11 was retired with the Edmonton Oilers on February 27, 2007 against at that time Wayne Gretzky's Phoenix Coyotes and on January 12th 2006 the New York Rangers retired his number in a game against the Edmonton Oilers which featured a reunion of sorts with the 1994 Stanley Cup team in attendance. Buy your Mark Messier New York Rangers Signed 8x10 Bloodied Photo  today and own a piece of hockey history!
  • Mark Messier Signed Puck New York Rangers Hockey Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mark Messier. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Mark Messier: Mark Messier is considered one of the greatest NHL players of all time. Messier is second on the all-time career lists with 1887 regular season points, 295 playoff points and 1756 regular season games played. Mark Messier played with the Edmonton Oilers from 1979-1991, The New York Rangers from 1991-1997 and 2000-2004 and the Vancouver Canucks from 1997-2000. Mark Messier has won six Stanley Cups, five with the Oilers (1984, 1985, 1987, 1988 and 1990) and one with the Rangers in 1994 ending a 54 year drought for the team. Mark Messier is the only player to Captain two different professional teams to championships. Mark Messier was known, over the course of his career, as "The Moose" for his aggression and strength. Messier is a two time Hart Trophy winner as the league's most valuable player, winning the award in 1990 and 1992 and a two time Lester B Pearson award winner in the same years.. Mark Messier also won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1984 as the most valuable player during the playoffs. Messier is a 15-time NHL All Star. In 2007, Mark Messier was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, in his first year of eligibility. Mark Messier's number 11 was retired with the Edmonton Oilers on February 27, 2007 against at that time Wayne Gretzky's Phoenix Coyotes and on January 12th 2006 the New York Rangers retired his number in a game against the Edmonton Oilers which featured a reunion of sorts with the 1994 Stanley Cup team in attendance. Buy your Mark Messier Signed Puck New York Rangers Hockey Puck today and own a piece of New York Rangers hockey history!
  • Mike Gartner Captain New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Mike Gartner.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Gartner: Mike Gartner is a retired ice hockey player.  He played right wing in the NHL for the Washington Capitals, Minnesota North Stars, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs and the Phoenix Coyotes.  With these teams Gartner played a total of 19 seasons. Gartner was originally drafted by the Washington Capitals in 1979 and made his debut that year in October against the Buffalo Sabres.  1979-1980 was a solid season for Gartner.  When Gartner was traded in 1989, he left Washington as the all-time leader in career goals, assists and points.  As of 2017, Gartner is third in goals and points and fourth in assists. Despite Gartner being a skillful player, he only lasted one season with Minnesota before he was traded to the Rangers.  Gartner scored 11 goals and 16 points in the remaining 12 regular season games.  The next season, 1990-1991, Gartner became the first player to reach his 500th goal, 500th assist and 100th point all in one season.  The next season he became the first Ranger to score at least 40 goals in 3 consecutive seasons.  Gartner was traded again in 1993-1994 to the Leafs.  He played with them until 1996 when he was traded to the Coyotes before he retired, two seasons later. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Gartner Captain New York Rangers Autographed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Mike Gartner Hall of Fame Signed Puck-New York Rangers This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mike Gartner.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Gartner: Mike Gartner is a retired ice hockey player.  He played right wing in the NHL for the Washington Capitals, Minnesota North Stars, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs and the Phoenix Coyotes.  With these teams Gartner played a total of 19 seasons. Gartner was originally drafted by the Washington Capitals in 1979 and made his debut that year in October against the Buffalo Sabres.  1979-1980 was a solid season for Gartner.  When Gartner was traded in 1989, he left Washington as the all-time leader in career goals, assists and points.  As of 2017, Gartner is third in goals and points and fourth in assists. Despite Gartner being a skillful player, he only lasted one season with Minnesota before he was traded to the Rangers.  Gartner scored 11 goals and 16 points in the remaining 12 regular season games.  The next season, 1990-1991, Gartner became the first player to reach his 500th goal, 500th assist and 100th point all in one season.  The next season he became the first Ranger to score at least 40 goals in 3 consecutive seasons.  Gartner was traded again in 1993-1994 to the Leafs.  He played with them until 1996 when he was traded to the Coyotes before he retired, two seasons later. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Gartner Hall of Fame Signed Puck-New York Rangers from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Mike Gartner New York Rangers Autographed Shooting 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Mike Gartner.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Mike Gartner: Mike Gartner is a retired ice hockey player.  He played right wing in the NHL for the Washington Capitals, Minnesota North Stars, New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs and the Phoenix Coyotes.  With these teams Gartner played a total of 19 seasons. Gartner was originally drafted by the Washington Capitals in 1979 and made his debut that year in October against the Buffalo Sabres.  1979-1980 was a solid season for Gartner.  When Gartner was traded in 1989, he left Washington as the all-time leader in career goals, assists and points.  As of 2017, Gartner is third in goals and points and fourth in assists. Despite Gartner being a skillful player, he only lasted one season with Minnesota before he was traded to the Rangers.  Gartner scored 11 goals and 16 points in the remaining 12 regular season games.  The next season, 1990-1991, Gartner became the first player to reach his 500th goal, 500th assist and 100th point all in one season.  The next season he became the first Ranger to score at least 40 goals in 3 consecutive seasons.  Gartner was traded again in 1993-1994 to the Leafs.  He played with them until 1996 when he was traded to the Coyotes before he retired, two seasons later. Own a piece of hockey history with a Mike Gartner New York Rangers Autographed Shooting 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures. Buy yours today!
  • Mike Keenan New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck w/ 94 Cup Note 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 New York Rangers Autographed Hockey Puck w/ 94 Cup Note 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!  
  • 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 Richter Autographed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers Official Game Puck This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mike Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot 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. A collector's delight--get your Mike Richter Autographed Hockey Puck-New York Rangers Official Game Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • 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!  
  • 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 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 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 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 Signed Puck 94 Cup Note-New York Rangers This hand signed New York Rangers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mike Richter.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot 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. A collector's delight--get your Mike Richter Signed Puck 94 Cup Note-New York Rangers from Slap Shot Signatures today!
  • Mike Richter Stanley Cup Signed Photo-New York Rangers 1994 8x10 This Mike Richter Signed Photo-New York Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup 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 Stanley Cup Signed Photo-New York Rangers 1994 8x10!  

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