Bob Sauve Buffalo Sabres Autographed Hockey Puck w/ 1980 Vezina Note
This hand signed Buffalo Sabres hockey puck has been personally autographed by Bob Sauve. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.
Learn More About Bob Sauvé:
Bob Sauvé was a professional ice hockey player. A goaltender that played for the Buffalo Sabres, Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks and the New Jersey Devils.
Sauvé was originally drafted in 1975 by the Buffalo Sabres and was drafted the same year by the Cincinnati Stingers of the WHA but Sauvé’s ambition was to play in the NHL. The Sabres selected three goaltenders Sauvé being one of the more notable ones. Sauvé played four games with the Sabres that season but he spent most of his time with the AHL’s Rhode Island Reds. The next few seasons Sauvé split time with the Hershey Bears and the Sabres.
In 1978-1979, Sauvé entered training camp determined to make good in the NHL however he suffered some injuries and began the season with Hershey. Later, he was called up to the Sabres permanently. Bob Sauvé and Don Edwards made an impact on the Sabres. In 1979-1980 Sauvé led in goals against average and was the co-recipient of the Vezina Trophy.
In 1981, Sauvé was traded to the Red Wings but he resigned with the Sabres in 1982. He was then traded again to Calgary. There he met Tom Barrasso and they shared the William M Jennings Trophy for a few seasons. Sauvé spent two seasons with the Black Hawks before ending his career with the Devils in 1989.
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