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Hand Signed NHL Canvas Lithograph

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512-979
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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 signed lithograph.

Brad Park
Brad Park was a rare breed of defenseman, combining a physical style with a flair for playmaking. Joining the New York Rangers in 1968, he was a First Team All-Star and Norris Trophy runner up by his sophomore season. Later he went on to lead the Boston Bruins to two Stanley Cup finals and was twice more named Norris Trophy runner-up. In 1988, Brad Park was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Phil Esposito
Phil Esposito's legacy includes an impressive list of achievements during his NHL career - first player to reach 100 points in a season; five-time winner of the Art Ross Trophy; 10 All-Star Game appearances; and the unforgettable set-up for the series-winning goal against the Soviet Union in the 1972 Series. Esposito's size and strength served him well when it came to on-ice-performance - he was a team-leading scorer for the Chicago Blackhawks, the New York Rangers and the Boston Bruins.
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Larry Robinson
Larry Robinson began his phenomenal NHL career by winning his first Stanley Cup in his rookie year. In all, the talented defender would win six Stanley Cups plus a Conn Smythe Trophy. The seven-time All-Star also helped Team Canada win three Canada Cup tournaments. Larry Robinson was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1995.
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Denis Potvin
When Denis Potvin retired from the NHL in 1988, he was the all-time leading NHL defenseman in goals, assists and points. An exceptional junior performance launched Potvin's 15-season career in the NHL and he shot to stardom after winning the Calder Trophy in his rookie year. Rugged, determined, and blessed with outstanding offensive skills, Potvin became the cornerstone of a team that would win four consecutive Stanley Cup championships.
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Bryan Trottier
Selected in 1974 by the New York Islanders as their second draft pick, Trottier entered the NHL in 1975-76 and set a rookie scoring record with 95 points. Trottier became an essential member of the New York Islanders dynasty that won the Stanley Cup four years in a row. Trottier signed as a free agent with the Pittsburg Penguins in 1990-91, and helped his new team win back-to-back Stanley Cup titles. At the time of his retirement as a player in 1994, Trottier ranked sixth in NHL history with 1,425 points. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997.
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Marcel Dionne
In his first NHL season, Marcel Dionne racked up 77 points with the Detroit Red Wings, setting a new assist record for rookies. He went on to play a dozen seasons with the Los Angeles Kings topping 100 points seven times and winning the Lester B. Pearson Award and Art Ross Trophy. Dionne's illustrious career was celebrated in 1992 with his induction into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
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Glenn Hall
"Mr. Goalie" will be remembered as one of the greatest goaltenders in the history of the NHL. The three-time Vezina Trophy winner appeared in a record 13 All-Star games - a record that remains unbroken to this day.

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• Hand Signed NHL Canvas Lithograph                             
                               

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