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Jake Muzzin

Let's all agree that CHL is great but finally I'm able to write about an active NHL player!  Formerly a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, Jake Muzzin has made a name for himself in the NHL.  He played for the Soo between 2006 - 2010, where he was named as the team captain... Continue Reading →

Marcel Dionne

I got this amazing looking card signed by none other than "Little Beaver" Marcel Dionne. Although Marcel charges $10 / autograph, I'd say it was well worth it for a HHOF inductee (1992) and one of hockey's 100 greatest players.  The autograph came back with a CoA and a beautiful signature that donned this Upper... Continue Reading →

Rogie Vachon

I'm a little late to the party today, but today's blog post brings us Rogie Vachon, known best for his quick glove and stellar reflexes. He has earned the milestone of never letting in a penalty shot in his entire career. Little known fact that I just learned was that Rogie was the GM of... Continue Reading →

Tony Granato

Tony is the current assistant coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins.  He played in the NHL for 13 years for the NY Rangers, LA Kings and SJ Sharks.  In 1997, Tony received the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy, awarded to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to ice hockey.  Thanks Tony... Continue Reading →

Drew Doughty

  Dreeewwwwww Doughty!  Super stoked to have gotten Drew's autograph, as he's one of the best NHL defensemen around.  Although not doing fantastic in the points department as previous years have shown, he's still one of the most proficient, skilled players in the game.  Unlike Jack Johnson, Drew managed to help Team Canada win gold... Continue Reading →

Jack Johnson

  I saw Jack and Drew exit the arena, and we all hollered at them to come over and sign!  Luckily they are one of the few who did come over.  Am I glad that these star players didn't ignore us!  Jack is a superstar defeseman for the LA Kings.  Although very young, he recently... Continue Reading →

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