Bobby Clarke Signed Puck
This hand signed 1972 Summit Series Team Canada hockey puck has been personally autographed by Bobby Clarke. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.
Learn More about Bobby Clarke:
Bobby Clarke began his NHL career as a Philadelphia Flyer, being chosen 17th overall in the 1969 Entry Draft. He played the entire 76-game schedule in his rookie season, earning 46 points and being named to the NHL All-Star Team. Clarke was named Rookie of the Year and finished 4th in voting for the Calder Memorial Trophy.
Clarke quickly became an integral part of the Flyers team with his vision and playmaking skills, a strong work ethic and a thirst to win. He was named Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers at the age of 23, the youngest captain in NHL history at the time.
The 1975-76 season was record breaking for Clarke. Playing on the LCB line with Reggie Leach and Bill Barber, the trio set a record for most goals by a line with 141. He also tied his previous season record with 89 assists and set a personal best and franchise record for most points in a single season with 119.
Clarke spent his entire 15 years in the NHL as a Flyer and set many new records through the course of his career. He played an astonishing 1144 regular season game finished his career 4th all-time in assists and 11th all-time in points. He helped lead his team to two consecutive Stanley Cups in 1974 and 1975. Clarke made 8 All-Star Game appearances as well as playing in 3 Team Canada Series, in 1972, 1976, 1982.