Mark Howe Detroit Red Wings Autographed Hockey Puck

This hand signed Detroit Red Wings hockey puck has been personally autographed by Mark Howe.  Included with your purchase is a Certificate of Authenticity from Slap Shot Signatures.

Learn More about Mark Howe:

Mark Howe was a professional hockey player that played in both the WHA and the NHL for 22 seasons.  He is the son of the legendary Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe and brother of Marty Howe.  Mark played left wing for the Houston Aeros of the WHA as linemate to his brother Marty and father Gordie who came out of retirement to play alongside his two sons.  The Howes led their team to the 1974 and 1975 Avco Cups—the WHA version of the Stanley Cup.  Mark also won the Lou Kaplan Trophy as Rookie of the Year.  The Howe family moved to the New England Whalers which became the Hartford Whalers when the WHA and NHL merged.  The Howes played one more season together in the NHL.

Mark Howe was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers in 1982 and by then he had become a full-time defenseman.  The 1985-1986 season was a career season for Mark where he put up some of the best numbers ever by an NHL defenseman with 24 goals and 58 assists for 82 points.  Despite Mark Howe’s contribution, the injury-riddled Flyers were not playoff contenders.

After the 1991-1992 season, Mark Howe signed with the Detroit Red Wings, his father’s former team in the hopes of winning a Stanley Cup.  Unfortunately, the Red Wings were swept by the New Jersey Devils in the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals. Following his retirement as a player, Howe remained with the Detroit Red Wings as a video coach and pro scout, earning Stanley Cup rings in 1997, 1998, 2002 and 2008.  Mark Howe was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2011 and is the second father-son duo in hockey history to receive the honor after Bobby and Brett Hull.

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