Steve Yzerman Team Canada Signed Hockey Puck with 2002 Gold Inscription
This hand-signed Team Canada puck has been personally autographed by Steve Yzerman. To protect your investment, a Certificate Of Authenticity and a tamper evident holofoil from AJ’s Sportsworld is included.
Learn More about Steve Yzerman:
Steve Yzerman played in the NHL for 23 seasons for the Detroit Red Wings, serving as team captain for two decades as the longest serving captain in North American major league sports history. He led his team to 5 first place finishes in the regular season and the Stanley Cup Championship in 1997, 1998 and 2002. The 1997 Championship was the first Stanley Cup for Detroit in 42 years.
Steve Yzerman won a number of awards during his career including the Lester B. Pearson Award in 1988/89 for Most Outstanding Player, Conn Smythe Trophy for MVP of the Playoffs, and the Selke Trophy for best defensive forward. He was named to 10 All-Star teams including the First Team All-Star in 2000.
Yzerman retired sixth for all-time leading scorer in in NHL history. He is first in assists in Red Wings history and second in points and goals. His #19 jersey was officially retired by the Detroit Red Wings and he was inducted to both the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.
Internationally, Steve Yzerman represented Team Canada, winning an Olympic gold medal in 2002. Post retirement, Yzerman was GM of Team Canada for the 2007 IIHK World Championship, Executive Director of Team Canada for the 2010 & 2014 Winter Olympics (winning Gold medals for both).
After his retirement, Steve Yzerman became Vice President of the Detroit Red Wings where he won a fourth Stanley Cup. He became the General Manager of the Tampa Bay Lightning in 2010.
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