Ray Whitney, a retired NHL player who played for a slew of NHL teams such as San Jose, Edmonton and Pheonix. Having being drafted in 1991 and being the stick boy for Wayne Gretzky and the Oilers, Ray has carved quite the career amassing over 1000 points. I've gotten Ray's autograph before and am so... Continue Reading →
My quest at getting many of the Vancouver players' autographs didn't just stop at Roberto Luongo, I managed to snag quite a few, and Keith Ballard was one of them. He is a recent addition from this past summers' signings which beefed up Vancouver's defense. He currently hasn't played as many games as the other... Continue Reading →
Olli Jokinen! I finally got you. Olli is notorious for stepping on the gas harder when he sees us hounders looking for his autograph. Fortunately, on the last day of the Flames' season, he was only on his feet, so I was able to catch up with him. Thank goodness he wasn't mean, he did... Continue Reading →
Shane Doan, drafted 7th overall in 1995, is the captain of the Phoenix Coyotes. Shane has been on many Team Canada teams, where he brings his skill and leadership so many teams need. Although not selected for the Olympics in 2010 in Vancouver, Shane has 2 gold medals and 3 silver throughout his International career.
Ray Whitney, is the oldest (I think) player on the team at age 38. He's a solid player, currently 3rd in scoring on the team. Ray plays left wing and has played for over half a dozen teams in the NHL. I'm hoping that Ray stays in the league for a few more years, so... Continue Reading →
I'm really happy with the way this card turned out. Kyle signed my jersey card, with my blue pen and the auto looks pretty legible (I'm a stickler for a nice autograph that I can actually read!). He'll definitely be a star in the league. Thanks for the sweet auto Kyle!
Lee Stempniak was drafted 148th overall in the 2003 entry draft by the St.Louis Blues. He has played for the Blues, Leafs and now the Coyotes, where he recently signed a 2 year deal. He signed my card, which by the way shows up nicely in blue. Happy that I got his autograph!
Boy! Are the Phoenix Coyotes lucky to have someone like Keith Yandle. Keith, a defenseman, is leading the team in scoring with 57 points. Definitely a surprise, as previous career high in a season has been 41. A breakout year, hopefully he'll be able to reproduce what he's done this season, next season!
Radim Vrbata is a right winger who plays for the Coyotes (perhaps the Jets next season????). He has racked up 40 points this season and is set to surpass last seasons' point total of 43 points. Radim has played for the Avalanche, Hurricanes, Hawks and Lightning before landing with Phoenix.
Derek Morris, an Alberta born player, signed this card for me while waiting outside their hotel. I actually like this signature, because you're able to make out his name. Derek was initially drafted by the Calgary Flames and has played for four other teams before landing in Phoenix.
Sean Burke, currently the goaltender coach of the Phoenix Coyotes, has played for many NHL teams. When I was waiting at the Saddledome, Sean was the only player to come over and sign for us. On his way back, he almost slipped, but luckily he caught his balance and didn't fall! Thanks for signing Sean.