• Doug Gilmour Signed Hockey Puck St Louis Blues with HOF Inscription This hand signed St. Louis Blues  hockey puck has been personally autographed by  Doug Gilmour. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn more about Doug Gilmour: Doug Gilmour was drafted into the NHL in 1982 by the St. Louis Blues.  He quickly earned the nickname “Killer” due to his aggressive physical style of play despite his smaller stature.  Gilmour was part of the largest trade in NHL history bringing him from Calgary to Toronto where he immediately helped to revitalize the struggling Toronto Maple Leafs. Gilmour broke both personal and franchise scoring records with the Leafs in his first full season with the organization and ultimately led them to finish the 1992-93 season with the eighth best record in the NHL and their first winning season since 1978-79.  Gilmour was one of the most popular players on the Leafs during tenure.   Despite his status as fan favorite, Gilmour was traded in 1997 to the New Jersey Devils and subsequently played for the Chicago Blackhawks.  With the Blackhawks, Gilmour returned to Toronto to play the last game in historic Maple Leaf Garden receiving a standing ovation by the Toronto fans during the Garden’s closing ceremonies.  After a few more trades, Gilmour returned to Toronto where he played only one game before an injury caused him to miss the remainder of the season.  Gilmour officially announced his retirement on September 8, 2003.  Gilmour had scored 450 goals and 964 assists in 1474 games over his 20 year NHL career. On January 31, 2009 Gilmour’s number 93 was raised to the rafters by the Toronto Maple Leafs and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • Doug Gilmour Rookie Photo St. Louis Blues Signed Blue Jersey 8x10 This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Doug Gilmour. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from AJ's Sportsworld  is included. Learn more about Doug Gilmour: Doug Gilmour was drafted into the NHL in 1982 by the St. Louis Blues.  He quickly earned the nickname “Killer” due to his aggressive physical style of play despite his smaller stature.  Gilmour was part of the largest trade in NHL history bringing him from Calgary to Toronto where he immediately helped to revitalize the struggling Toronto Maple Leafs. Gilmour broke both personal and franchise scoring records with the Leafs in his first full season with the organization and ultimately led them to finish the 1992-93 season with the eighth best record in the NHL and their first winning season since 1978-79.  Gilmour was one of the most popular players on the Leafs during tenure.   Despite his status as fan favorite, Gilmour was traded in 1997 to the New Jersey Devils and subsequently played for the Chicago Blackhawks.  With the Blackhawks, Gilmour returned to Toronto to play the last game in historic Maple Leaf Garden receiving a standing ovation by the Toronto fans during the Garden’s closing ceremonies.  After a few more trades, Gilmour returned to Toronto where he played only one game before an injury caused him to miss the remainder of the season.  Gilmour officially announced his retirement on September 8, 2003.  Gilmour had scored 450 goals and 964 assists in 1474 games over his 20 year NHL career. On January 31, 2009 Gilmour’s number 93 was raised to the rafters by the Toronto Maple Leafs and he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011.
  • Curtis Joseph St Louis Blues CUJO Glove Save Signed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10  photo has been personally autographed by Curtis Joseph. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Curtis Joseph: Curtis Joseph played in the NHL for 20 years as a goaltender for the St. Louis Blues, Edmonton Oilers, Toronto Maple Leafs, Detroit Red Wings, Phoenix Coyotes and Calgary Flames despite being undrafted.  He joined the NHL as a free agent with the St. Louis Blues in 1989 where he would remain until 1995. In 1995, he was traded to the Edmonton Oilers.  With Edmonton, CuJo won two Zane Feldman Trophies for team MVP and a Most Popular Player Award. Curtis Joseph signed as a free agent with the Toronto Maple Leafs following the 1997/98 season.  Cujo quickly became a superstar and one of the most popular players on the Leafs.  He had three consecutive seasons of 30+ wins and was a runner-up for the Vezina Trophy in 1999 and 2000. He won the King Clancy Memorial Trophy for leadership qualities both on and off the ice and humanitarian contribution to the community-he worked mainly with sick children. Curtis Joseph played for the Detroit Red Wings and in 2005 with the Phoenix Coyotes.  It was with the Coyotes that he won his 424th career win, surpassing Tony Esposito for 6th place on the NHL all-time list.  He moved to the Calgary Flames on a one-year contract where he surpassed Terry Sawchuk for 4th place on the all-time wins list with 448 career wins. In 2008 Cujo rejoined the Toronto Maple Leafs he recorded his 450th career victory.  He announced his retirement in Toronto on January 12, 2010. Own a piece of Blues history with a Curtis Joseph St Louis Blues CUJO Glove Save Signed 8x10 Photo!
  • Al Arbour St Louis Blues Captain Signed 8x10 Photo This hand signed Al Arbour St Louis Blues 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Al Arbour. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Al Arbour: Al Arbour was a legendary player, coach and executive in the NHL.  He began his NHL career as a player in 1953 as a defenseman for the Detroit Red Wings, winning his first Stanley Cup in 1954.  He would go on to play for the Chicago Blackhawks winning his second Cup in 1961, and two more with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1962 and 1964.  Arbour subsequently became first captain of the expansion team the St. Louis Blues.  He retired as a player early in the 1970-71 season. Al Arbour began his coaching career with the St. Louis Blues before taking on a young New York Islanders in 1973.  He took the Islanders from dead last in the standing to the Stanley Cup finals in just 2 seasons.  Although the Islanders reached the playoffs and finals in later seasons, it wasn’t until 1980 that they would bring home their first Stanley Cup.  They won 3 more consecutive Stanley Cups, setting a new record for Stanley Cup victories and 19 consecutive playoff series victories.  Arbour would retire from coaching for an executive position in 1986 although he would once again return to the bench in 1989 to once again coach the Islanders.  By the time he retired for good, Al Arbour had coached 1500 games with the same team and won 740 games.  He is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame and the New York Islanders Hall of Fame. Al Arbour passed away on August 28, 2015 at the age of 82. Own a piece of hockey history with an Al Arbour St Louis Blues Captain Signed 8x10 Photo!  
  • GlenN Hall Signed Puck St Louis Blues with HOF note This hand-signed St. Louis Blues hockey puck has been personally autographed by Glenn Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glen Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glen Hall Signed Puck Detroit Red Wings from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Glen Hall history today!  
  • Glenn Hall Hall Of Fame Journey Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glen Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glenn Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glenn Hall Hall Of Fame Journey Autographed 8x10 Photo from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Glenn Hall St Louis Blues Signed Picture 8X10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Glenn Hall. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Glenn Hall: Glenn Hall is also renowned as the grandfather of the butterfly goalie. He was the first goalie to practice and perfect the now common butterfly stance, as he'd fall on knees, spread his legs to take away the bottom corners and five-hole and let his rapier-like arm reflexes take care of the top corners. Almost  every goalie in hockey today relies on the strategies he perfected. During his 18-year NHL career, which began in 1952 and ended in 1971, Glenn posted a 407-327-163 record, 2.51 goals-against-average and recorded 84 shutouts. He was a First Team All-Star seven times, won three Vezina Trophies, was voted the league's top rookie in 1955-56 and was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy in a losing cause in 1968. Despite his lengthy career, Glenn won his only Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 1961. Hall played his rookie season and more with Detroit Red Wings, before a trade involving a Red Wings goalie. Glen Hall was packaged up in the infamous Ted Lindsay trade to the Chicago Blackhawks. At the age of 36, he was left unprotected in the 1967 Expansion Draft and was chosen by the St. Louis Blues. Due in large part to Hall's heroics, St. Louis went all the way to the Stanley Cup final in their first year in the NHL. Though they would eventually lose to the Montreal Canadiens in four games, Hall was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the league's top playoff performer. In 1968-69, Jacques Plante joined the team and the two veterans shared the goaltending duties, and split the Vezina Trophy. Glen Hall Retied in 1971 and worked with St Louis and later the  Calgary Flames as a goaltending coach and consultant. Hall was inducted in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975. Get your Glenn Hall St Louis Blues Signed Picture 8X10 from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blackhawks history today!  
  • Chris Pronger Captain St Louis Blues Signed Photo 8X10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Chris Pronger. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn More about Chris Pronger: Chris Pronger was one of the most dominant and feared defensemen during his NHL career which began in 1993 when he was drafted second overall by the Hartford Whalers.  He made the NHL that year and was nominated to the NHL All Rookie Team.  He played 2 seasons with the Whalers before he was traded to the St. Louis Blues. Chris Pronger flourished with the Blues and by his third season was named team captain.  1999-2000 was a career season for Pronger where he accumulated 62 points and won the Norris Trophy for league’s top defenseman and the Hart Memorial Trophy for NHL MVP. After 9 seasons Chris Pronger was traded to the Edmonton Oilers where he would play for only one season, leading his team to the Stanley Cup Finals.  The following season, Pronger was traded to the Anaheim Ducks where he was also named team captain, leading his team to the Stanley Cup Championship. In June 2009, Chris Pronger was again traded to the Philadelphia Flyers where they would reach the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010.  Pronger was made captain in 2011 but by mid-December he was suffering post-concussion syndrome and problems with his right eye after being hit by a stick earlier in the season.  He would never again return to the ice.  Although his contract was traded to the Arizona Coyotes, he is not expected to play for the team.  Chris Pronger was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2015 after playing in 1167 regular season NHL games with 157 goals, 541 assists and 1590 in penalty minutes. Get your Chris Pronger Captain St Louis Blues Signed Photo 8X10 from Slap Shot Signatures and own a piece of Blues history today!  
  • Chris Pronger Signed Puck-St Louis Blues This hand signed Chris Pronger St Louis Blues Puck has been personally autographed by Chris Pronger. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Chris Pronger: Chris Pronger was one of the most dominant and feared defensemen during his NHL career which began in 1993 when he was drafted second overall by the Hartford Whalers.  He made the NHL that year and was nominated to the NHL All Rookie Team.  He played 2 seasons with the Whalers before he was traded to the St. Louis Blues. Chris Pronger flourished with the Blues and by his third season was named team captain.  1999-2000 was a career season for Pronger where he accumulated 62 points and won the Norris Trophy for league’s top defenseman and the Hart Memorial Trophy for NHL MVP. After 9 seasons Chris Pronger was traded to the Edmonton Oilers where he would play for only one season, leading his team to the Stanley Cup Finals.  The following season, Pronger was traded to the Anaheim Ducks where he was also named team captain, leading his team to the Stanley Cup Championship. In June 2009, Chris Pronger was again traded to the Philadelphia Flyers where they would reach the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010.  Pronger was made captain in 2011 but by mid-December he was suffering post-concussion syndrome and problems with his right eye after being hit by a stick earlier in the season.  He would never again return to the ice.  Although his contract was traded to the Arizona Coyotes, he is not expected to play for the team.  Chris Pronger was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2015 after playing in 1167 regular season NHL games with 157 goals, 541 assists and 1590 in penalty minutes. Own a piece of hockey history with a Chris Pronger Signed Puck-St Louis Blues !  
  • Chris Pronger Hall of Fame Signed Puck-St Louis Blues This hand signed Chris Pronger St Louis Blues Puck has been personally autographed by Chris Pronger. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Chris Pronger: Chris Pronger was one of the most dominant and feared defensemen during his NHL career which began in 1993 when he was drafted second overall by the Hartford Whalers.  He made the NHL that year and was nominated to the NHL All Rookie Team.  He played 2 seasons with the Whalers before he was traded to the St. Louis Blues. Chris Pronger flourished with the Blues and by his third season was named team captain.  1999-2000 was a career season for Pronger where he accumulated 62 points and won the Norris Trophy for league’s top defenseman and the Hart Memorial Trophy for NHL MVP. After 9 seasons Chris Pronger was traded to the Edmonton Oilers where he would play for only one season, leading his team to the Stanley Cup Finals.  The following season, Pronger was traded to the Anaheim Ducks where he was also named team captain, leading his team to the Stanley Cup Championship. In June 2009, Chris Pronger was again traded to the Philadelphia Flyers where they would reach the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010.  Pronger was made captain in 2011 but by mid-December he was suffering post-concussion syndrome and problems with his right eye after being hit by a stick earlier in the season.  He would never again return to the ice.  Although his contract was traded to the Arizona Coyotes, he is not expected to play for the team.  Chris Pronger was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2015 after playing in 1167 regular season NHL games with 157 goals, 541 assists and 1590 in penalty minutes. Own a piece of hockey history with a Chris Pronger Hall of Fame Signed Puck-St Louis Blues!  
  • Joe Mullen St Louis Blues Signed 8X10 Photo This hand-signed 8X10 photo has been personally autographed by Joe Mullen. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Joe Mullen: Joe Mullen is an American born player who played 16 season the National Hockey League with the St Louis Blues, Calgary Flames, Pittsburgh Penguins and the Boston Bruins from 1980-1997.  Joe Mullen has won three Stanley Cups.  One with the 1989 Calgary Flames and two more with the 1991 and 1992 Pittsburgh Penguins. Undrafted Joe Mullen began his career with the St Louis Blues scoring his first two career goals against the Minnesota North Stars on January 5, 1981. They came eight seconds apart and set a Blues franchise record for the two fastest goals by one player. On February 1, 1986 Joe Mullen was traded from the St Louis Blues to Calgary Flames where he quickly established himself as a fan favorite, scoring 38 points in 29 games to end the 1986 regular season.  In 1989, Joe Mullen led the Calgary Flames to the Stanley Cup with 16 goals and 8 assists. Joe Mullen  was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins on  June 16, 1990, playing 5 season and winning two more Stanley Cups with Mario Lemieux and company.  During the 1995-96 season Mullen did play one year with the Boston Bruins before returning to the Penguins the following season, where he scored his 500th career goal against the Colorado Avalanche on March 14, 1997. Own a piece of hockey history with a Joe Mullen St Louis Blues Signed 8X10 Photo!
  • Joe Mullen St Louis Blues Signed Hockey Puck This hand-signed hockey puck has been personally autographed by Joe Mullen. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from Slap Shot Signatures is included. Learn more about Joe Mullen: Joe Mullen is an American born player who played 16 season the National Hockey League with the St Louis Blues, Calgary Flames, Pittsburgh Penguins and the Boston Bruins from 1980-1997.  Joe Mullen has won three Stanley Cups.  One with the 1989 Calgary Flames and two more with the 1991 and 1992 Pittsburgh Penguins. Undrafted Joe Mullen began his career with the St Louis Blues scoring his first two career goals against the Minnesota North Stars on January 5, 1981. They came eight seconds apart and set a Blues franchise record for the two fastest goals by one player. On February 1, 1986 Joe Mullen was traded from the St Louis Blues to Calgary Flames where he quickly established himself as a fan favorite, scoring 38 points in 29 games to end the 1986 regular season.  In 1989, Joe Mullen led the Calgary Flames to the Stanley Cup with 16 goals and 8 assists. Joe Mullen  was traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins on  June 16, 1990, playing 5 season and winning two more Stanley Cups with Mario Lemieux and company.  During the 1995-96 season Mullen did play one year with the Boston Bruins before returning to the Penguins the following season, where he scored his 500th career goal against the Colorado Avalanche on March 14, 1997. Own a piece of hockey history with a Joe Mullen St Louis Blues Signed Hockey Puck!
  • Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers Unsigned Career Collage Framed Photo This 21″ x 41″ Wayne Gretzky Edmonton Oilers Unsigned Career Collage Framed Photo shows the Gretzky through his career with the Oilers, Kings, Blues and Rangers. Framed in black wood and matching team colour trim with acid free double matting. Also includes a 2 descriptive plates and facsimile signature plate. A great gift for any hockey or Gretzky fan!
  • Adam Oates St. Louis Blues Autographed 8x10 Action Photo This Adam Oates St. Louis Blues Autographed 8x10 Action Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Oates.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Adam Oates: Adam Oates was an NHL center and elite playmaker that was active in the NHL from 1985-2004.  He played for several teams throughout his hockey career including the Detroit Red Wings, St. Louis Blues, Boston Bruins, Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Flyers, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and the Edmonton Oilers. Adam Oates was a first-line centre with the St. Louis Blues playing alongside superstar Brent Hull.  The duo dubbed “Hull and Oates” put up prolific numbers in their two and a half seasons together with Hull scoring 86 goals one season and Oates with 115 points.  Adam Oates is the only person in NHL history to centre 50 goals scorers with him assisting Hull, Cam Neely and Peter Bondra.  Not only was Oates great at setting goals into motion with a career total of 1079 assists at the time of his retirement (5th in the league).  He was also a consistent goal scorer himself reaching the 20-goal mark five times with a career high 45 goals. Although Adam Oates never won a Stanley Cup Championship throughout his 19 year career in the NHL, he did lead the Washington Capitals to their first Stanley Cup Finals in franchise history in 1998.  His outstanding hockey achievements were recognized in 2012 when he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside Pavel Bure, Joe Sakic and Mats Sundin. Own a piece of hockey history with an Adam Oates St. Louis Blues Autographed 8x10 Action Photo!  
  • Adam Oates Hall of Fame Signed Puck St. Louis Blues This Adam Oates Hall of Fame Signed Puck St. Louis Blues has been personally autographed by Mr. Oates.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Adam Oates: Adam Oates was an NHL center and elite playmaker that was active in the NHL from 1985-2004.  He played for several teams throughout his hockey career including the Detroit Red Wings, St. Louis Blues, Boston Bruins, Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Flyers, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and the Edmonton Oilers. Adam Oates was a first-line centre with the St. Louis Blues playing alongside superstar Brent Hull.  The duo dubbed “Hull and Oates” put up prolific numbers in their two and a half seasons together with Hull scoring 86 goals one season and Oates with 115 points.  Adam Oates is the only person in NHL history to centre 50 goals scorers with him assisting Hull, Cam Neely and Peter Bondra.  Not only was Oates great at setting goals into motion with a career total of 1079 assists at the time of his retirement (5th in the league).  He was also a consistent goal scorer himself reaching the 20-goal mark five times with a career high 45 goals. Although Adam Oates never won a Stanley Cup Championship throughout his 19 year career in the NHL, he did lead the Washington Capitals to their first Stanley Cup Finals in franchise history in 1998.  His outstanding hockey achievements were recognized in 2012 when he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame alongside Pavel Bure, Joe Sakic and Mats Sundin. Own a piece of hockey history with an Adam Oates Hall of Fame Signed Puck St. Louis Blues!  
  • Brendan Shanahan St. Louis Blues Autographed Photo 8x10 This hand-signed 8x10 photo has been personally autographed by Brendan Shanahan.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More About Brendan Shanahan:  Brendan Shanahan is a retired left winger who was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1987.  He played for the New Jersey Devils, St. Louis Blues, Detroit Red Wings, and the New York Rangers.  Shanahan won the Stanley Cup three times with the Detroit Red Wings in 1997, 1998 and 2002.  In 2017 Shanahan was part of the second group to be named the 100 greatest NHL Players in History.  Shanahan is a great player and at the end of his playing career he had scored 656 goals.  Shanahan was one of the only players in NHL history with over 600 goals and 2000 minutes of penalty time. Brendan Shanahan also played for Team Canada internationally.  He won a gold medal at the 1994 World Championship and an Olympic gold medal in 2002.  He also won the 1991 Canada Cup.  Having won three of the most prominent titles in hockey Shanahan was made a member of the Triple Gold Club. Brendan Shanahan was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 8th in 2013. Following his retirement as a player, Brendan Shanahan became the NHL’s Vice President of hockey and development.  He later became Senior Vice President.  In 2014, Shanahan became President and alternate governor for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Own a piece of hockey history with a Brendan Shanahan St. Louis Blues Autographed Photo 8x10 from Slap Shot Signatures.  Buy yours today!
  • Grant Fuhr St. Louis Blues Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo This Grant Fuhr St. Louis Blues Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. Fuhr.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slapshot Signatures. Learn More about Grant Fuhr: Grant Fuhr was a NHL goaltender drafted eighth overall in the 1981 Entry draft by the Edmonton Oilers.  He played ten seasons with the Oilers and won the Stanley Cup four times with them from 1983-1987.  In 1987 he also played in the NHL All-Stars Rendezvous series and in the 1987-19 88 season's Canada Cup to secure a win for his team. That same year he won both the Vezina Trophy for best goalie and the Hart Memorial Trophy for league MVP.  He also played in the All-Star games from 1984-1986 as well as 1988 and 1989.  In 1991 Fuhr was traded to Toronto and then again to Buffalo.  In 1993-1994 he had a successful season that resulted in a William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest goals allowed.  He was then traded to the Los Angeles Kings though he did not have another successful season until he signed as a free agent in St Louis for the 1995-1996 campaign.  He achieved two league records that season for games in a season (79) and consecutive games (76).  Fuhr did not complete the playoffs due to tearing three knee ligaments; he never recovered fully from the injury.  From 1999-2001 he served as the mentor for younger players on the Calgary Flames before retiring. Fuhr was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003 and the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame in 2004. Own a piece of hockey history with a Grant Fuhr St. Louis Blues Autographed Goalie 8x10 Photo!  
  • Al MacInnis St. Louis Blues Action Autographed 8x10 Photo This hand signed Al MacInnis St. Louis Blues Action Autographed 8x10 Photo has been personally autographed by Mr. MacInnis.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures. Learn More about Al MacInnis: Al MacInnis was a legendary defenseman that was best known for super hard slapshots.  MacInnis was drafted in the first round, 15th overall by the Calgary Flames in 1981.  He went on to play 23 seasons in the NHL, with the Calgary Flames and the St. Louis Blues.  He was a 13 time All-Star and 7-time winner of the All-Star games’ Hardest Shot competition.  MacInnis played an instrumental role in his teams’ 1989 Stanley Cup Championship and was the recipient of the Conn Smythe Trophy for playoff MVP.  He left the Flames after 11 seasons and was the leader in scoring with 822 points, 603 assists and 803 games played. Al MacInnis was traded to the St. Louis Blues where he continued to excel as a high scoring defenseman.  He was awarded the James Norris Memorial Trophy as the leagues’ best defenseman in 1999.  Unfortunately, MacInnis’ career was cut short due to a series of eye injuries that led him to retire in 2005.  Ending his career with 1,274 points, MacInnis ranked third all-time in goals, assists and points amongst defensemen.  He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007 and his number was retired by the Blues and raised to the rafters by the Flames.  Following his retirement as a player, Al MacInnis remained with the Blues organization and serviced as Vice-President of Hockey Operations. Own a piece of hockey history with a Al MacInnis St. Louis Blues Action Autographed 8x10 Photo!  

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