Ed Litzenberger Signed Photo Chicago Blackhawks

This hand signed hockey photo has been personally autographed by Ed Litzenberger. Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.

Learn More about Ed Litzenberger:

Ed Litzenberger was an NHL center playing for the Montreal Canadiens, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, and the Toronto Maple Leafs during his 13 year career from 1952-1965.  He played only 29 games for the Montreal Canadiens before being traded mid-season to the Blackhawks.  He posted 40 points in 40 games and won the Calder Memorial Trophy.  Litzenberger was named Captain of the Chicago Blackhawks in 1957-58 and he led his team to their first Stanley Cup Championship (since 1938) in 1961.

Despite winning the Cup, Ed Litzenberger was traded to the Detroit Red Wings the following season where he played only 32 games before being traded again to the Toronto Maple Leafs.  With the Leaf, Ed Litzenberger won 3 consecutive Stanley Cup Championships, becoming only 1 of 3 players (Al Arbour and Claude Lemieux) to win consecutive cups with different teams.

Ed Litzenberger spent the final years of his career in the AHL where he won 2 Calder Cups with the Rochester Americans.  He became the only player in North American hockey to win 6 straight pro hockey championships.  Sadly, Ed Litzenberger passed away on November 1, 2010 at the age of 78.

Complete your Chicago Blackhawks player collection with an Ed Litzenberger Signed Photo from Slap Shot Signatures!!!