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Vintage Hockey Autographs, Autographed Memorabilia, Page 3
Hall of Fame guest book sheet containing the autographs of seven Hall of Famers
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The guest book sheet above is autographed by seven Hockey Hall of Famers. The autographs include Sid Abel, Foster hewitt, Tom Johnson, Jake Milford, Bobby Hull, Andy Bathgate and Gordon Juckes.
1947 Montreal Canadiens vs. NHL All Stars autographed program
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This four page program is for a two-game exhibition series played on May 6th & May 7th, 1947 between the Montreal Canadiens and that years NHL All Stars. The games were played at the Nanaimo Civic Arena. The program on the rear has been autographed by the following NHL All-Stars and Candiens:
Max McNab, HOF'er Ted "terribel Teddie" Lindsay, HOF'er Toe (Hector) Blake, Roger Leger, HOF'er Bill Durnan, HOF'er Max "Dipsy-Doodle- Dandy" Bentley, HOF'er Jack "Black Jack" Stewart, Grant "Nobby" Warwick and HOF'er Doug Bentley.
Jake (Vernon) "Jumpin Jackie" Forbes autograph card
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Jake (Vernon) Forbes played in the NHL from 1919 until 1933. During the 1920-21 season he helped the St Pats win the second half of the NHL schedule though the team lost the NHL championship in a playoff series to the Ottawa Senators who had won the first half. In 1924-25 Forbes posted a career best 1.96 Goals against average while leading the Hamilton Tigers to the top of the NHL. However the Tigers players went on strike which cost them a shot at the Stanley Cup. He also played every game in goal for his team(s) from 1922 until 1927.

á His NHL career stats are as follows:
210 games played - 85 wins - 113 losses
2.76 Goals against average - 19 Shutouts
Boston Bruins great Frank "Mr Zero" brimsek autograph
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Frank Brimsek broke into the NHL in 1938-39 by replacing the legendary Tiny Thompson. Brimsek earned the nickname of "Mr. Zero" after twice recording streaks of three straight shutouts during his first month in Boston. He lead the league with 10 shutouts and a 1.56 goals against average that season. He won the Calder trophy, the Vezina trophy, a selection as an All-Star and helped the bruins win the Stanley Cup all in his first year in the NHL! Brimsek also lead the Bruins to the Stanley Cup in 1940-41.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
541 games played - 252 wins - 182 losses
2.70 goals against average - 40 shutouts
Won Calder trophy - 1939
Won Vezina trophy - 1939, 1942
NHL All-Star - 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1946, 1947 and 1948

Boston Bruins great Tiny (Cecil) Thompson autograph
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Thompson spent most of his career with the Boston Bruins. His spectacular play was exceeded only by his longevity. During his 12-year NHL career, Thompson led all goalies in games played nine times, while winning four Vezina Trophies. In his rookie season of 1928-29 he posted a 1.15 goals against mark and led Boston to 26 wins while appearing in all 44 games. In the playoffs, he helped the Bruins win the first Stanley Cup in franchise history. During the 1935-36 season, Thompson entered the record book when he fed a pass to defenseman Babe Siebert, who went on to score. Thompson became the first goalie ever to earn an assist in the NHL.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
553 games played - 284 wins - 194 losses
2.08 goals against average - 81 shutouts
Won Vezina trophy - 1930, 1933, 1936 and 1938
NHL All-Star - 1931, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1938
Bill Beveridge autograph
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Bill Beveridge made nearly 300 appearances for five different NHL clubs between 1929-30 and 1942-43. He was a consistent player and put up decent numbers considering that he rarely played on good teams. His best season was in 1932-33 when he had 5 shutouts in 35 games and posted a 2.60 Goals against average. He also played all his teams games in goal in 1934, 1935 and 1938.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
297 games played - 87 wins - 166 losses
2.87 goals against average - 18 shutouts

Norman "Normie" Smith autograph
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Smith played his first full season in the NHL in 1935-36 leading the league in wins and backstopping the Wings to their first Stanley Cup. Normie Smith will always be remembered for the first game of the Stanley Cup semi-finals in 1936 against the Montreal Maroons when he and his Red Wind teammates won the longest game in hockey history. After three regulation periods of shutout hockey, the game went into overtime--six overtime periods to be exact. The Red Wings finally scored at 2:25 a.m. and 176 minutes of game time. Smith earned the shutout by making 92 saves. The next season saw him named to the first all-star team and win the Vezina trophy as the league's best goalie. He helped the Red Wings defend their championship and win a second straight Cup.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
199 games played - 81 winsá - 83 losses
2.33 goals against average - 17 shutouts
Won Vezina trophy - 1937
NHL All-Star - 1937

Mike Karakas autograph, dated Nov. 22, 1944
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Mike Karakas was the first American-born goalie to star in the NHL. Karakas joined the Chicago Black Hawks in 1935-36. He was awarded the Calder Memorial trophy after posting a 1.92 goals-against mark and nine shutouts. Two years later he recorded a pair of playoff shutouts while leading the Hawks to an unexpected Stanley Cup championship after finishing with a losing record in the regular season.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
336 games played - 114 winsá - 169 losses
2.92 goals against average - 28 shutouts
Won Calder trophy - 1936
NHL All-Star - 1945
Frank "Ulcers" McCool autograph, dated Nov. 25, 1944
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McCool played minor hockey in Calgary and played in the 1938 Memorial Cup with the Calgary Canadiens. From 1940 to 1942 he was enrolled at Gonzaga University where he played 8 games for the hockey team. In 1943, McCool played with the Calgary Currie Army and was out of hockey altogether in 1943-44 due to World War Two. Upon returning to hockey, McCool signed a free-agent contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs in October, 1944. That year, McCool was given the number one goaltending job and appeared in 50 games. Despite a regular season record that was barely over .500, McCool guided the Maple Leafs to the Stanley Cup that year. McCool played another 22 games with the Leafs in 1945-46. McCool is probably best know for

His NHL career stats are as follows:
72 games played - 34 winsá - 31 losses
3.36 goals against average - 4 shutouts
Won Calder trophyá - 1945

Johnny "Mum" Mowers autograph
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Mowers signed a contract with the Red Wings in 1939 but did not see any action with them until 1940-41 and was between the pipes for the big club for 48 games. He was the team's undisputed number one goaltender for three years. In 1941 and 1942 Mowers and the Red Wings advanced to the Stanley Cup finals, only to be turned back by the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs. However, in 1943 Detroit got its revenge, beating the Bruins in four-straight games to take the championship. Mowers was outstanding in goal, winning eight of his team playoff games, while recording two shutouts and a 1.94 GAA. The regular season was also kind to the lanky goalie who won the Vezina Trophy as the league's top goalie and was also honoured by being named to the NHL's First All-Star Team.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
152 games played - 65 winsá - 61 losses
2.56 goals against average - 15 shutouts
Won Vezina trophy - 1943
NHL All-Star - 1943

Jim "Sugar" Henry autograph
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In 1941 Henry caught the attention of the New York Rangers GM, Frank Boucher. Boucher needed a replacement for his old mainstay, Davie Kerr. Henry was brought east to Broadway where he impressed Ranger fans and management winning 29 games and helping the club to secure a first-place finish. World War II caused Henry to miss the following 3 seasons. In 1947, he returned to regular NHL duties, but finished below .500, first with the Rangers and then with the Blackhawks. Another two-year stint in the USHL and the AHL, however, revived Henry's edge. The Bruins picked him up in 1951, and he delivered some of the most exciting moments of his career, leading the Bruins to the finals in 1953 where they lost to the powerhouse Canadiens four games to one.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
406 games played - 161 winsá - 173 losses
2.87 goals against average - 27 shutouts
NHL All-Star - 1952

Morris "Moe" Roberts autographed hotel register
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A free agent signing in December of 1925 by the Boston Bruins, Roberts played in two games with the Bruins before joining the New Haven Eagles of the Canadian-American Hockey League for the next two seasons.From 1928-29 to 1930-31, Moe Roberts was a member of the Canadian-American Hockey League's Philadelphia Arrows before signing as a free agent with the New York Americans in the fall of 1931. After beginning the 1931-32 season with New Haven, Roberts was promoted to the Rangers replacing an injured Roy Worters. Following a return to New Haven for the 1932-33 season, Moe Roberts rejoined the Americans for six games during the 1933-34 season. Even though he played in six games with the Americans, Roberts spent the majority of the season with the International Hockey League's Cleveland Falcons.

His NHL career stats are as follows:
10 games played - 2 winsá - 5 losses
3.68 goals against average - 0 shutouts

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