Denis Dejordy Signed Chicago Blackhawks Hockey Photo

This hand signed hockey puck has been personally autographed by Denis Dejordy. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.

Learn More about Denis Dejordy:

Denis Dejordy was an NHL goaltender that was active from 1959-1974 playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, LA Kings, Montreal Canadiens and the Detroit Red Wings.

Denis Dejordy played amongst legendary goaltenders in the league which often relegated him to back up goalie status.  He got his first start in the NHL for the Chicago Blackhawks when Glenn Hall left the game early due to injury—ending his record of 502 complete games.  Dejordy would share the Vezina Trophy with Hall in 1966-67.  Dejordy would be traded to the LA Kings when Chicago acquired another hockey legend, Tony Esposito. Dejordy’s next move to the Montreal Canadiens did not allow for much ice time as starting goalie Ken Dryden almost single handedly took the Canadiens to the playoffs in his rookie year.

Denis Dejory would retire with the Detroit Red Wings in 1974 after which he was named the leagues’ first ever goaltending coach.

Complete your Chicago Memorabilia Collection with a Signed Chicago Blackhawks Denis Dejordy Hockey Photo!