June 5-12 Collection
Gordie Howe and Jean Beliveau dual-signed framed Hart Trophy Photo
Gordie Howe played 26 season in the National Hockey League (NHL) for the Detroit Red Wings and Hartford Whalers. He was an offensive player (1,850 points in 1,767 NHL games) who amassed 1,685 career penalty minutes. Gordie won six (6) Hart Trophies and four (4) Stanley Cups - earning himself the title of Mr. Hockey and leaving one of the most iconic legacies the game has ever seen.
Then there's Jean Beliveau, one of the most iconic players in the history of the Montreal Canadiens and the National Hockey League (NHL). Beliveau was the fourth player in NHL history to score 500 goals (behind Maurice Richard, Gordie Howe, and Bobby Hull) and the second to amass 1,000 points (behind Howe). His 17 Stanley Cup wins – 10 as a player and 7 as a team executive – is an unequalled NHL record. In 1961, Jean Beliveau was elected captain of the Montreal Canadiens by his peers and proudly wore the “C” for the next 10 seasons, which remains the longest tenure of any captain in club’s history. Over the course of 1,125 regular-season NHL games, Beliveau scored 507 goals and accumulated 1,219 points.
This Gordie Howe and Jean Beliveau dual-signed framed Hart Trophy Photo comes with a Frameworth Sports Marketing Hologram, Certificate of Authenticity and is officially licensed by the NHL and NHLPA [MIN BID: $250].
Wayne Gretzky signed framed 16x20" Posed with Trophies limited edition photo (LE 99/299)
This Wayne Gretzky autographed framed 16x20" Posed with Trophies photo captures all the greatness of number 99. This image was taken at the NHL awards for the 1984-1985 season, in a season where Wayne Gretzky tallied 73 goals, 135 assists for 208 points with a +98 in the regular season to win the Art Ross and Hart Trophy to go along with his 17 goals, 20 assist for 47 points during the playoff run where the Oilers beat the Flyers 4-1 to win the Stanley Cup. With a gold plate listing The Great One’s career accomplishments (Stanley Cup Wins, Art Ross Trophy Wins, and Hart Memorial Trophy Wins), own a piece of Gretzky history with this limited edition 99/299 signed framed photo!
This Wayne Gretzky signed framed 16x20" Posed with Trophies limited edition photo comes with a Frameworth Sports Marketing Hologram, Certificate of Authenticity and is officially licensed by the NHL and NHLPA [MIN BID: $500].
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Mario Lemieux and Joe Sakic dual-signed framed 16x20" Team Canada 2002 Gold Medal Game photo
This Mario Lemieux and Joe Sakic dual-signed framed 16x20" photo depicts the Gold Medal Ceremony at the 2002 Olympic games in Salt Lake City. Captained by Lemieux, this was Canada's first Olympic Gold Medal in Men's Hockey since the 1952 Olympics in Oslo, Norway. Standing on the podium, front to back, are Joe Sakic and Mario Lemieux, both wearing letters of honor.
This Mario Lemieux and Joe Sakic dual-signed framed 16x20" Team Canada 2002 Gold Medal Game photo comes with its original WG Authentics Hologram, and a Frameworth Sports Marketing Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity [MIN BID: $250].
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Sidney Crosby signed framed 2004 Team Canada World Juniors Game Model #28 jersey
Sidney Crosby could not have imagined a better way to celebrate his 15th birthday. Just three days after the teenage phenomenon turned 15 in August 2002, he spent 10 days with Canadian junior team hopefuls at their summer evaluation camp in Halifax. Originally, Crosby wasn’t invited to try out for the team of players 17, 18, and 19 years old, but since the camp was at the Halifax Metro Centre and he lived across the harbour in the Dartmouth suburb of Cole Harbour, he asked Hockey Canada whether he could come help out. Hockey Canada did not stand in the way of the future Canadian junior team member and granted Crosby his birthday wish.
The following year at just sixteen years old, Sidney Crosby was the youngest player to participate in the 2003 U-18 World Juniors Cup hosted in the Czech Republic and Slovakia from August 11-16. Only four other 16-year-olds (Jay Bouwmeester, Jason Spezza, Eric Lindros, and Wayne Gretzky) have played for the Canadian junior team in over 30 years. In addition, this tournament marked the first time Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin appeared in the same international competition. Crosby, who played for Team Canada was in Group A in Breclav, CZE, while Malkin, in Group B, played for Team Russia in Piestany, SVK. Notably, Crosby and Malkin did not play a game against each other. Canada lost the bronze final to the Czech Republic 2-8 and consequently placed 4th, while Russia took silver in a 2-3 loss to USA. Both medal games were played in Breclav, CZE.
This Sidney Crosby signed framed 2004 Team Canada World Juniors Game Model #28 IIHF jersey comes with a Frameworth Sports Marketing Hologram and Letter of Authenticity to ensure the legitimacy of the signature [MIN BID: 500].
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