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Hand Signed NHL Canvas Lithograph

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When Canada Post issued a series of postage stamp to pay tribute to some of the greatest NHL players of all time, they also produced a small number of matching framed high quality licensed lithographs on canvas. These framed lithographs were then hand autographed by the players and offered in very limited quantities to collectors across Canada. This item includes your choice of player hand signed lithograph.

Jean Béliveau
Jean Béliveau's 20 seasons in the NHL were nothing short of incredible. His on-ice skills, high scoring and impressive performance at centre ice brought him the Art Ross Trophy, two Hart Trophies, and the Conn Smythe Trophy as most valuable player in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Off the ice, his character, intelligence and charisma earned him great respect with fans and the media alike.
Stan Mikita
Stan Mikita entered the NHL during the 1958-59 season and helped lead the Chicago Blackhawks to their first Stanley Cup in 23 years. A gifted scorer, Mikita became the first player in league history to win the Hart Trophy, Art Ross Trophy and Lady Byng Trophy all in the same season - an accomplishment he repeated the very next year! Mikita was awarded the Lester B. Pearson Trophy in 1976 for his contribution to hockey in the U.S.
Mike Bossy
Eight-time All-Star Team member Mike Bossy was a key factor in four consecutive New York Islanders Stanley Cup championships. In 1977-78, he set a rookie record of 53 goals, earning him the Calder Trophy and beginning a record-breaking run of 50-goals plus in the next nine seasons. Bossy went on to score 60 or more goals five times, a record matched only by Wayne Gretzky.
Red Kelly
"Red" Kelly will be remembered as an excellent checker and puck-rusher. He was the first recipient of the Norris Trophy as the NHL's best defenceman. He was a four-time winner of the Lady Byng Trophy who saw his teams win the Stanley Cup eight times, and he was named as an All-Star player for eight consecutive years.
Bobby Hull
Known as "The Golden Jet" Hull's combined blinding speed, a feared slapshot took the left winger straight to the top of the NHL scoring, while his charm and personality made him a favourite among his many fans. He was with the Chicago Black Hawks in 1961 when they won the Stanley Cup.  
Raymond Bourque
Made his debut with the Boston Bruins in the 1979-80 season with a performance that won him the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year and gain a place as a First Team All-Star. Bourque was a five time winner of the Norris Trophy as the league's top defenceman, and became captain of the Bruins during the 1988-89 season.  Bourque's 265th goal in 1992 topped Orr's team record for goals scored by a defenceman and put him well on his way to becoming the first in the league to score 400 goals. After 17 consecutive All-Star selections and the third highest number of games played in NHL history, Bourque retired in perfect style in 2000 after a final Stanley Cup victory with the Colorado Avalanche.
Serge Savard
In only his second season, Serge Savard became the first defenseman to win the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff  MVP when Montreal won the Stanley Cup in 1969. A key member of eight Stanley Cup winning teams, Savard was part of the legendary "Big Three" defensive trio anchoring the Canadiens during consecutive Stanley Cup championships from 1976-79.
Frank Mahovlich
He was a talented winger, a large man with the skills and hands of a pure scorer. He went on to have a marvelous career, patrolling the left wing for 22 professional seasons in both the NHL and WHA. Many of those years were filled with glory as he earned individual awards and the Stanley Cup while playing for both the Toronto Maple Leaf and The Montreal Canadiens.

• Hand Signed NHL Canvas Lithograph

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