Guy Carbonneau

This isn't the first time that I've gotten the Habs legend, Guy Carbonneau as I managed to get him almost 6 years ago, as seen here. As you can tell, nothing has changed with his signature and that's a great thing! Usually, especially with players that have longer names, they will tend to shorten or... Continue Reading →

Guy Lafleur

This isn't the first time I've gotten legendary Guy Lafleur's autograph and I sure hope it isn't the last! While I haven't actively tried to get more hockey cards of his, he seems to be included (and rightly so!) in many of the sets which include NHL alumni. I first got Guy's autograph back in... Continue Reading →

Larry Robinson

So, so, so happy with the return on this hockey legend, Larry Robinson who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1995. The list of Larry's accomplishments is what earned his right to be nominated and accepted into this very distinguished list. It's pretty impressive to see how many points he put him... Continue Reading →

Phillip Danault

As always, I'm always happy to get returns in the mail and this return is no different. I'm not too familiar with Phillip Danault of the Montreal Canadiens other than the fact that... well he plays for the Montreal Canadiens. I do recall him being drafted by the Blackhawks in Danault's NHL entry draft year... Continue Reading →

Tomas Plekanec

A nice return from one of hockey's stars, Tomas Plekanec, assistant captain of the Montreal Canadiens. Like many Canadian teams, the Canadiens are one of my favorites to send fan mail to, to get autographs in return. They continue to be one of the most consistent signers, where even Carey Price and Shea Weber will... Continue Reading →

Michael Cammalleri

Wow, this has to be one of the longer returns I've had.  This was a nice return from Mike Cammalleri, the former and current member of the Calgary Flames.  He had played for a season with the Flames, back in the 08-09 season, then returned four years later in a trade for Rene Bourque, Patrick... Continue Reading →

Carey Price

A nice autograph from Habs' netminder Carey Price.  A great goalie, on an okay team, but obviously they didn't do so well this year.  Carey is an elite goaltender and will help lead the team into the post season.  I've gotten Carey's autograph before, and he's been really nice through in person and TTM, being... Continue Reading →

Saku Koivu

Going along with the Ducks theme, I present you Saku Koivu.  Saku was a long time Montreal Canadien, captaining the team for nine season, but never leading the team to a Stanley Cup.  Now he obviously plays for the Ducks, playing in a secondary role, most likely for his experience and leadership on a young... Continue Reading →

Brian Gionta

Seems like we're doing a flashback here as this is another return from Brian Gionta!  Brian, along side the Montreal Canadiens in general, have been excellent signers.  Brian is the current captain of this historic franchise, but currently have failed in leading his team into the post season.  This is his third year with the... Continue Reading →

Guy Carbonneau

A lengthy return from Guy Carbonneau, clocked in at 274 days.  A former player and coach of the Montreal Canadiens, he is currently the president of the Chicoutimi Saguenéens of the QMJHL.  I'm actually pretty happy about this return, as I'm always excited to see longer returns come back my way (who doesn't?!).  Thanks Guy!

Stephan Lebeau

A pretty nice auto from Stephan Lebeau.  I had initially had planned to have both Stephan and Patrick sign this card, but after a bit of research, it seems as if Patrick is playing hockey in Austria.  I'll wait until he comes back to North America before sending this card out again.  Stephan was a... Continue Reading →

Henri Richard

Nice!  A great return from the great "Pocket Rocket" (excuse the jokes)! I've seen many returns from Henri Richard, and I'm super glad he returned my fan letter in a quick 17 days.  His auto is a bit shaky, but I'm definitely not complaining, considering his age and his consistency.  Thank you so much Henri... Continue Reading →

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