• Peter Forsberg Signed Photo Philadelphia Flyers Action 8x10 This hand signed Peter Forsberg Signed Photo Philadelphia Flyers Action 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 Signed Photo Philadelphia Flyers Action 8x10 !  
  • Peter Forsberg Signed Puck-Philadelphia Flyers Official Hockey Puck This hand signed Peter Forsberg Signed Puck-Philadelphia Flyers Official Hockey 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 Signed Puck-Philadelphia Flyers Official Hockey Puck!      
  • Reggie Leach Conn Smythe Philadelphia Flyers Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Conn Smythe Philadelphia Flyers Signed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Reggie Leach Flyers Signed Hockey Puck Hall of Fame Note This hand signed Philadelphia Flyers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Flyers Signed Hockey Puck Hall of Fame Note from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Reggie Leach Hockey Puck-Autographed Philadelphia Flyer Puck This hand signed Philadelphia Flyers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Hockey Puck-Autographed Philadelphia Flyer Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Reggie Leach Philadelphia Flyers Signed Playmaker 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Philadelphia Flyers Signed Playmaker 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Reggie Leach Pictures Autographed Philadelphia Flyers 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Pictures Autographed Philadelphia Flyers 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Reggie Leach Stanley Cup Philadelphia Flyers Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie Leach Stanley Cup Philadelphia Flyers Signed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Reggie the rifle Leach Autographed Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Puck This hand signed Philadelphia Flyers hockey puck has been personally autographed by Reggie Leach.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Reggie Leach: Reggie Leach is a professional right-winger who played 13 seasons in the NHL.  He played for the Boston Bruins, California Golden Seals, Philadelphia Flyers and the Detroit Red Wings.  Leach was originally drafted by Boston in 1970.  He played two seasons with them but was traded along with Rick Smith and Bob Stewart to California.  After playing three seasons with California, Leach was traded to Philadelphia for Larry Wright, Al MacAdam and Ron Chipperfield in 1974.  Leach won the Stanley Cup with Philadelphia in the 1974-75 season.  After a few seasons with Philadelphia, Leach played his last season with the Red Wings then retired. Leach's best season was 1975-1976 with the Flyers.  He set a career high with 61 goals 91 points and 11 game winning goals.  His 61 goals won Leach what is now known as the Richard Trophy and he also won the Conn Smythe Trophy that season. During his career, Leach scored 381 goals 285, assists and 666 points in 934 career games.  Leach was inducted into the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame in 1992. Own a piece of hockey history with a Reggie the rifle Leach Autographed Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Puck from Slap Shot Signatures today!    
  • Rick Tocchet Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Puck This hand signed hockey puck has been personally autographed by Rick Tocchet. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.   Own a piece of hockey history with a Rick Tocchet Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Puck today!    
  • Rick Tocchet Signed Photo-Philadelphia Flyers 8x10 This hand signed Philadelphia Flyers 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Rick Tocchet. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.   Own a piece of hockey history with a Rick Tocchet Signed Photo-Philadelphia Flyers 8x10.
  • Rod Brind'Amour Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey 8x10 Photo This hand signed Rod Brind'Amour Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Brind'Amour.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from AJ Sportsworld.
  • Rod Brind'Amour Philadelphia Flyers Signed Autograph Model Hockey Puck This hand signed Rod Brind'Amour Philadelphia Flyers Signed Autograph Model Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Brind'Amour.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from AJ Sportsworld.
  • Ron Hextall Autographed Philadelphia Flyers Blocker Save 8x10 Photo This hand signed Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Hextall.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ron Hextall: Ron Hextall was an NHL goaltender that was active in the NHL from 1984-1999, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques and the New York Islanders.  Hextall is a third generation NHL player-the grandson of Hall of Famer Bryan Hextall (NY Rangers) and son of Bryan Hextall Jr. who played in the NHL for 10 seasons, mainly for the Pittsburgh Penguins.  His uncle, Dennis Hextall spent 14 seasons in the NHL. Ron Hextall brought a new style of goaltending to the NHL because he liked to come out of the net and play the puck, lending support to his team’s defensemen.  Hextall was also a very aggressive goalie which lead to three suspensions of 6 or more games throughout his career.  He had more than 100 penalty minute in each of his first three seasons and set NHL records for penalty minutes by a goaltender.  Hextall was an excellent stick handler and became the first NHL goalie to score a goal, not once but twice, once against the Bruins on an empty net and again against the Capitals. Ron Hextall played his first four NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers.  A combination of injures and suspensions let Hextall to be traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1992 as part of the Eric Lindros trade when Lindros refused to play for the Nordiques who drafted him first overall in the 1991 Entry Draft.  Hextall helped the Nordiques reach the playoffs and was again traded the following season to the New York Islander where he played one season before being sent back to the Flyers.  Hextall helped the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.  At the end of the 1998-1998 season, Hextall was waived by the Flyers and went undrafted in the expansion draft.  He announced his retirement on September 6, 1999. After his retirement as a player, Ron Hextall became a Flyers scout and eventually worked his way up to General Manger of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ron Hextall Autographed Philadelphia Flyers Blocker Save 8x10 Photo!      
  • Ron Hextall Autographed Philadelphia Flyers Kick Save 8x10 Photo This hand signed Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Hextall.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ron Hextall: Ron Hextall was an NHL goaltender that was active in the NHL from 1984-1999, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques and the New York Islanders.  Hextall is a third generation NHL player-the grandson of Hall of Famer Bryan Hextall (NY Rangers) and son of Bryan Hextall Jr. who played in the NHL for 10 seasons, mainly for the Pittsburgh Penguins.  His uncle, Dennis Hextall spent 14 seasons in the NHL. Ron Hextall brought a new style of goaltending to the NHL because he liked to come out of the net and play the puck, lending support to his team’s defensemen.  Hextall was also a very aggressive goalie which lead to three suspensions of 6 or more games throughout his career.  He had more than 100 penalty minute in each of his first three seasons and set NHL records for penalty minutes by a goaltender.  Hextall was an excellent stick handler and became the first NHL goalie to score a goal, not once but twice, once against the Bruins on an empty net and again against the Capitals. Ron Hextall played his first four NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers.  A combination of injures and suspensions let Hextall to be traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1992 as part of the Eric Lindros trade when Lindros refused to play for the Nordiques who drafted him first overall in the 1991 Entry Draft.  Hextall helped the Nordiques reach the playoffs and was again traded the following season to the New York Islander where he played one season before being sent back to the Flyers.  Hextall helped the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.  At the end of the 1998-1998 season, Hextall was waived by the Flyers and went undrafted in the expansion draft.  He announced his retirement on September 6, 1999. After his retirement as a player, Ron Hextall became a Flyers scout and eventually worked his way up to General Manger of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ron Hextall Autographed Philadelphia Flyers Kick Save 8x10 Photo!      
  • Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey Puck This hand signed Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Hextall.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ron Hextall: Ron Hextall was an NHL goaltender that was active in the NHL from 1984-1999, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques and the New York Islanders.  Hextall is a third generation NHL player-the grandson of Hall of Famer Bryan Hextall (NY Rangers) and son of Bryan Hextall Jr. who played in the NHL for 10 seasons, mainly for the Pittsburgh Penguins.  His uncle, Dennis Hextall spent 14 seasons in the NHL. Ron Hextall brought a new style of goaltending to the NHL because he liked to come out of the net and play the puck, lending support to his team’s defensemen.  Hextall was also a very aggressive goalie which lead to three suspensions of 6 or more games throughout his career.  He had more than 100 penalty minute in each of his first three seasons and set NHL records for penalty minutes by a goaltender.  Hextall was an excellent stick handler and became the first NHL goalie to score a goal, not once but twice, once against the Bruins on an empty net and again against the Capitals. Ron Hextall played his first four NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers.  A combination of injures and suspensions let Hextall to be traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1992 as part of the Eric Lindros trade when Lindros refused to play for the Nordiques who drafted him first overall in the 1991 Entry Draft.  Hextall helped the Nordiques reach the playoffs and was again traded the following season to the New York Islander where he played one season before being sent back to the Flyers.  Hextall helped the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.  At the end of the 1998-1998 season, Hextall was waived by the Flyers and went undrafted in the expansion draft.  He announced his retirement on September 6, 1999. After his retirement as a player, Ron Hextall became a Flyers scout and eventually worked his way up to General Manger of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey Puck!      
  • Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey Puck with 87 Vezina Note This hand signed Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey Puck has been personally autographed by Mr. Hextall.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ron Hextall: Ron Hextall was an NHL goaltender that was active in the NHL from 1984-1999, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques and the New York Islanders.  Hextall is a third generation NHL player-the grandson of Hall of Famer Bryan Hextall (NY Rangers) and son of Bryan Hextall Jr. who played in the NHL for 10 seasons, mainly for the Pittsburgh Penguins.  His uncle, Dennis Hextall spent 14 seasons in the NHL. Ron Hextall brought a new style of goaltending to the NHL because he liked to come out of the net and play the puck, lending support to his team’s defensemen.  Hextall was also a very aggressive goalie which lead to three suspensions of 6 or more games throughout his career.  He had more than 100 penalty minute in each of his first three seasons and set NHL records for penalty minutes by a goaltender.  Hextall was an excellent stick handler and became the first NHL goalie to score a goal, not once but twice, once against the Bruins on an empty net and again against the Capitals. Ron Hextall played his first four NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers.  A combination of injures and suspensions let Hextall to be traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1992 as part of the Eric Lindros trade when Lindros refused to play for the Nordiques who drafted him first overall in the 1991 Entry Draft.  Hextall helped the Nordiques reach the playoffs and was again traded the following season to the New York Islander where he played one season before being sent back to the Flyers.  Hextall helped the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.  At the end of the 1998-1998 season, Hextall was waived by the Flyers and went undrafted in the expansion draft.  He announced his retirement on September 6, 1999. After his retirement as a player, Ron Hextall became a Flyers scout and eventually worked his way up to General Manger of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ron Hextall Philadelphia Flyers Autographed Hockey Puck with 87 Vezina Note!      
  • Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers In Goal 8X10 Photo This hand signed Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Hextall.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ron Hextall: Ron Hextall was an NHL goaltender that was active in the NHL from 1984-1999, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques and the New York Islanders.  Hextall is a third generation NHL player-the grandson of Hall of Famer Bryan Hextall (NY Rangers) and son of Bryan Hextall Jr. who played in the NHL for 10 seasons, mainly for the Pittsburgh Penguins.  His uncle, Dennis Hextall spent 14 seasons in the NHL. Ron Hextall brought a new style of goaltending to the NHL because he liked to come out of the net and play the puck, lending support to his team’s defensemen.  Hextall was also a very aggressive goalie which lead to three suspensions of 6 or more games throughout his career.  He had more than 100 penalty minute in each of his first three seasons and set NHL records for penalty minutes by a goaltender.  Hextall was an excellent stick handler and became the first NHL goalie to score a goal, not once but twice, once against the Bruins on an empty net and again against the Capitals. Ron Hextall played his first four NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers.  A combination of injures and suspensions let Hextall to be traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1992 as part of the Eric Lindros trade when Lindros refused to play for the Nordiques who drafted him first overall in the 1991 Entry Draft.  Hextall helped the Nordiques reach the playoffs and was again traded the following season to the New York Islander where he played one season before being sent back to the Flyers.  Hextall helped the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.  At the end of the 1998-1998 season, Hextall was waived by the Flyers and went undrafted in the expansion draft.  He announced his retirement on September 6, 1999. After his retirement as a player, Ron Hextall became a Flyers scout and eventually worked his way up to General Manger of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers In Goal 8X10 Photo!      
  • Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers Overhead Crease 8x10 Photo This hand signed Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers 8X10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Hextall.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Ron Hextall: Ron Hextall was an NHL goaltender that was active in the NHL from 1984-1999, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers, Quebec Nordiques and the New York Islanders.  Hextall is a third generation NHL player-the grandson of Hall of Famer Bryan Hextall (NY Rangers) and son of Bryan Hextall Jr. who played in the NHL for 10 seasons, mainly for the Pittsburgh Penguins.  His uncle, Dennis Hextall spent 14 seasons in the NHL. Ron Hextall brought a new style of goaltending to the NHL because he liked to come out of the net and play the puck, lending support to his team’s defensemen.  Hextall was also a very aggressive goalie which lead to three suspensions of 6 or more games throughout his career.  He had more than 100 penalty minute in each of his first three seasons and set NHL records for penalty minutes by a goaltender.  Hextall was an excellent stick handler and became the first NHL goalie to score a goal, not once but twice, once against the Bruins on an empty net and again against the Capitals. Ron Hextall played his first four NHL seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers.  A combination of injures and suspensions let Hextall to be traded to the Quebec Nordiques in 1992 as part of the Eric Lindros trade when Lindros refused to play for the Nordiques who drafted him first overall in the 1991 Entry Draft.  Hextall helped the Nordiques reach the playoffs and was again traded the following season to the New York Islander where he played one season before being sent back to the Flyers.  Hextall helped the Flyers to the 1997 Stanley Cup Finals.  At the end of the 1998-1998 season, Hextall was waived by the Flyers and went undrafted in the expansion draft.  He announced his retirement on September 6, 1999. After his retirement as a player, Ron Hextall became a Flyers scout and eventually worked his way up to General Manger of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2014. Own a piece of hockey history with a Ron Hextall Signed Philadelphia Flyers Overhead Crease 8x10 Photo!      

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