Lot 318. Wayne Gretzky Nm-M 8 Autograph on a 1990 Card from Score. Card #361, which is ex+, shows Gretzky in street clothes with the Art Ross Trophy, presented to him as the NHL’s scoring champion. Gretzky’s autograph is large and bold; part of it is on a relatively dark background. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified.
Winning Bid $45
Lot 319. Gordie Howe, Guy Lafleur and Darryl Sittler Signed 11” x 14” Color Photo. All three are Hockey Hall of Fame members. The Lafleur and Sittler autographs are mint 9. Howe’s is nm 7 to nm-m 8, less bold than the others but with no defects. Howe (died 2016) was among the NHL’s top five scorers in 20 seasons. A 23-time All-Star, he received the Art Ross Trophy and the Hart Memorial Trophy six times each. His HoF induction occurred in 1972. Playing for Montreal, Quebec and New York, Lafleur (d. April 2022) was the first NHL player to score 50 goals, and 50 goals and 100 points, in six consecutive seasons. He contributed to six Stanley Cup championships and, in 2017, was listed among the 100 Greatest NHL Players in history. He was enshrined in the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988. Sittler entered the Hall of Fame the following year. He was the first player to record 10 points in a game, against Boston in 1976, and he also had a five-goal playoff game against Philadelphia. The photo displays well with some light creases. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified.
Winning Bid $45
Lot 320. Bobby Hull – The Golden Jet - Nicely Autographed Chicago Black Hawks Replica Jersey. An accompanying Letter of Authenticity from Collectible Classics states that the autograph has been pre-certified by PSA. The signature and additions – “The Golden Jet” and HOF 1983 – are mint 9 to gem mint 10 on the mint jersey. One of hockey’s greatest players, Hull was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983. In 1999, “The Hockey News” ranked him 8th on its list of 100 Hockey Greatest Players; no other left-winger ranked higher. Among his awards are the Art Ross Trophy three times, the NHL First All-Star Team Left Wing 10 times, the Hart Memorial Trophy twice and the Lady Byng Memorial and Lester Patrick Trophies once each. At his retirement, he was the second leading goal scorer and ninth leading point scorer in NHL history. He is also an inaugural member of the World Hockey Hall of Fame. Hull passed away in January. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified.
Winning Bid $40
Lot 321. Jeremy Roenick Autographed Photo and Plaque. Roenick is one of only three American-born players to score at least 500 goals in the NHL. His career spans 1988-2009 with the Chicago Black Hawks, Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Coyotes, Philadelphia Flyers and San Jose Sharks. A nine-time All-Star at center, he scored 94 points, including 41 goals, in 1990-91; 53 goals in 1991-92, and 107 points in the next two seasons. His autograph is mint 9 on a 8” x 10” color photo on a 12” x 15” plaque that is attractively designed and includes Roenick’s 1991 Pro Set Platinum Performer card. The plaque is nm-m. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified.
Minimum Bid $15
Lot 322. Martin St. Louis Signed 2004 Tampa Bay Lightning 2004 Stanley Cup Champions Puck. Now head coach of the Montreal Canadiens, St. Louis was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018 in recognition of his outstanding NHL playing career, primarily with Tampa Bay. His autograph is mint 9 to gem mint 10 on a puck that grades the same. The right winger helped Tampa Bay to win the Stanley Cup in 2004. During his NHL career from 1998-2005, he played in six All-Star Games. For the 2003-04 season, players voted him to receive the Lester B. Pearson Award, and the league chose him for the Hart Memorial Trophy, as the NHL's most valuable player. He also earned his first Art Ross Trophy as the NHL's leading scorer with 94 points. In three seasons, St. Louis won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy as the NHL's most gentlemanly player. At the age of 37 in 2013, he received a second Art Ross Trophy as he became the oldest player to ever lead the NHL in scoring. In addition, he twice led the league in assists. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified.
Minimum Bid $20
Lot 323. 33 Hockey Autographs – 2 HoFers – Mark Messier and Teemu Selanne – on Hockey Cards. Each of the Hall of Fame stars signed a 1997 Pinnacle card – Messier #111, mint 9 to gem mint 10 signature, and Selanne, #LTH-1B, nm-m 8, strong on a somewhat dark background. Two other players also autographed 1997 Pinnacle cards – Marc Bergevin, #85, mint 9, and Brad McCrimmon, #168, nm 7 to nm-m 8. Ten autographs are on 1996 Upper Deck cards that were issued autographed; the signatures are generally nm-m 8: Craig Billington, S151; Zdeno Ciger, S137; Rene Corbet, S78; Peter Douris, S25; Randy Ladouceur, S37; Grant Ledyard, S104; Teppo Numminen (2), S68; David Oliver, S64; and Jozef Stompel, S208. Upper Deck offered two other cards with signatures in 1995: Sylvain Lefebvre, #41, and Jimmy Waite, #126; both autographs are nm-m 8 to mint 9. Seven cards are 1994 Signature Rookies, and two are from 1995. Most of these autographs are nm-m 8 to mint 9: 1994, Yannick Dube, #3 (3 signed cards); Deron Quint, #26; and Brad Symes, #45 (3). And 1995, Chad Allan, #1, and Mike Martin, #16. Five cards came from Classic Games with autographs: 1992, Doug Zmolek, mint 9; 1994-95, Jeff Friesen, #3155 of 6145, mint 9, and Brett Hauer, #1618 of 1930, nm-m 8 to mint 9; 1994, Jason Bonsignore, #1970 of 2450, mint 9; and 1995, Blaine Lacher, #668 of 1500, mint 9 to gem mint 10. Martin Straka signed 1992 Classic Draft Picks card #33 after it was issued, mint 9. The two other autographs are by Francois Leroux, 1990 Score #393, mint 9 to gem mint 10, and Tomi Kallio, 2001 In the Game Signature Series, gem mint 10; Kallio spent most of his 20+ seasons in Europe’; in the NHL, he played for Atlanta, Columbus and Philadelphia. PSA/DNA Pre-Certified.
Minimum Bid $20
Lot 324. Seagram’s Seven Crowns of Sports NY Rangers Cook-Boucher-Cook Hockey Mirror. Dubbed “The Bread Line,” right winger Bill Cook, center Frank Boucher and left winger Bun Cook constituted one of the most formidable lines in NHL history. All three are depicted in this nm-m mirror, approximately 13.75” x 16.75” and surrounded by an nm+ 17.75” x 20.5” wood frame. In 1928, the Bread Line enabled the New York Rangers to capture their first Stanley Cup by scoring all of the team’s goals in a five-game series against the Montreal Maroons. This trio helped the Rangers to another Stanley Cup victory in 1933. Bill Cook was the first captain of the Rangers and scored the franchise’s first goal. Bun Cook was his younger brother. All three players are in the Hockey Hall of Fame. Part of the Seagram’s Seven Crowns of Sports Collection, the mirror will be an excellent addition to a den or recreation room.
Minimum Bid $25
Lot 325. 17 Hockey Figures (16 HoFers) – Gretzky (5), Lemieux, M. Richard, Messier, Iginia, Etc. Fourteen figures are from Starting Lineup. All figures except for Jerome Iginla are mint in their original packages. The only non-HoF player is Jaromír Jagr, present in a 6” SportsPicks Series 2 McFarlane figure issued in 2001. He wears a Washington Capitals uniform. The package is nm. The other figures that are not from Starting Lineup depict: Mario Lemieux, Bobble Doubles 2002 Collectible Series NHL Olympics 8” bobblehead with Lemieux representing Team Canada; ex box with a tear at one corner. And Jerome Iginla, a 9.25” bust and pedestal from the Upper Deck Classic Portraits 2002-2003 Hockey edition. The bust is unpainted clear acrylic and nm+ except that a portion of his hockey stick is missing; the box is vg-ex. Four of the Starting Lineup figures are in Freeze Frame One-on-One editions: Wayne Gretzky and Dominik Hasek from 1997 and Gretzky and Pavel Bure from 1998. The 1997 box is vg-ex, and the 1998, ex-m to nm. Both boxes have price stickers. Here is a list of the individual packages – 1993 First Year Edition in English and French: Eric Lindros, corner crease, otherwise an nm package. 1994: Pavel Bure, nm+ package front with a tiny corner crease and a light back crease, and Sergei Federov, nm to nm-m package. 1997: Gretzky (2), one mint figure and an opened package with the plastic cover present and the card missing, and the other, nm-m to mint with two tiny creases visible on the back. Mark Messier (2), one with an nm-m to mint front with a small, light corner crease on the back, and the other, moderate corner crease on the front and an nm+ back. Maurice (Rocket) Richard (1997 “Timeless Legends”), ex-m with a price sticker on the front and two tiny (1/8”) creases. And Teemu Selanne, two small corner creases and a tiny scuff on the back. Also, 1998 Starting Lineup Pro Action Gretzky figure “with Real SlapShot Action,” nm+ package with a tiny front crease at the hangar and a small corner crease on the back.
Minimum Bid $50