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7 Signed Photos – 6 by Penguins Including Coffey & Mullen + 1 by Manon Rhéaume.

Lot 330. 7 Signed Photos – 6 by Penguins Including Coffey & Mullen + 1 by Manon Rhéaume. Autographs are on 8” x 10” color photos unless otherwise noted. Joe Mullen was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000, and Paul Coffey, in 2004. In 1992, Rhéaume, a goaltender, became the first woman to play in a professional hockey game. She also was the first woman to play in a major North American pro sports league. Mullen’s autograph is nm 7 on an action photo. He was the first U.S. player to score 500 goals and 1,000 points during his career. Coffey placed an nm-m 8 signature on a 5” x 7” photo. Among NHL defensemen, only Ray Bourque recorded more goals, assists, and points than Coffey. Rheaume’s autograph is a gem mint 10 beauty. The other signatures are by: Patrick Lalime, one gem mint 10 on a glossy photo, and the other, mint 9 to gem mint 10 on a photo in a 1996 news clipping about 7.5” x 8.5”. Playing for Pittsburgh 1996-97, Lalime set a record for the longest unbeaten streak to begin a career – 16 games and a 14-0-2 record – as he substituted for injured Ken Wregget. His success earned him a place on the NHL's All-Rookie Team. Also, Ulf Samuelsson, nm 7 to nm-m 8. And Ken Wregget, mint 9 to gem mint 10. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified. Minimum Bid $35.    

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