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Vintage Hockey Autographs, Autographed Memorabilia, Page 5
Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins Great, autographed index card with photo
Eddie Shore, Boston Bruins Great, autographed index card
Turk Broda, Maple Leafs Great, autographed index card with photo
Turk Broda, Maple Leafs Great, autographed index card
Eddie shore autographed photo, celebrating his Hockey Hall of fame induction
Eddie shore autographed photo 1 Eddie shore autographed photo 2 Eddie shore autographed photo 3
This photo was taken on December 10th, 1946 at the Mayfair in Boston. At that time the Mayfair was the place to go, as the front cover states: "The Mayfair" - Boston's smartest supper room & cocktail lounge. The photo itself is of Eddie Shore; his longtime doctor and personal friend, Dr Tonache and a reporter for the Springfield Republican, Walter Graham.
Eddie has signed/inscribed the photo to his doctor, as follows: "To a grand guy, with all the best in the world, Eddie Shore". Walter Graham also signed below Eddie. I have been lead to believe that they were celebrating his upcoming election to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
On the opposite side of the signed photo is a newsclipping that shows Babe Ruth, Eddie Shore and Wally Berger. The headline reads: Baseball and hockey meet at Braves Field in the persons of Babe Ruth, Eddie Shore, old No. 2 of the Boston Bruins who was voted into hockey's Hall of Fame and Wally Berger, great centerfielder of the Braves.
1938 Montreal Maroons autographed sheet
1938 Montreal Maroons autographed sheet
This old autograph album page was signed by the following Montreal maroons on March 28th, 1937:
Paul Runge, Bill Beveridge, Jerry Shannon, Dave Trottier and Bob Gracie.
The person that had them sign the page added the following notation:
Montreal Maroons, March 28th, 1937
Boston Garden vs. Boston Bruins
(Score 4-1 M-M)
Clarence Campbell, signed letter & 1964-65 NHL handbook printing proof
Clarence Campbell official rules Clarence Campbell official rules 2 Clarence Campbell signed letter Clarence Campbell edit comments
This truly a one of a kind piece of hockey memorabilia. This is the actual proof that was used prior to printingá the final version of the NHL handbook for Officials for 1964-65. This proof was sent to Herb Gallagher of the rules committee by Clarence Campbell, the president of the NHL at that time. In the far left you will see just one of many pages with changes, deletions or corrections that Clarence Campbell made to the proof.á
In his letter Clarence Campbell writes the following:
Herewith please find final galley proof of NHL Rules, including all authorized changes, for the 1964-65 season. As it is required to have the rule book available for use by the 20th of August, anyone having any comments or changes should make them by long distance to the undersigned.
Your's very truly, National Hockey League President, signed Clarence Campbell.
P.S. This is in compliance with your request last March to be placed on the mailing list regarding rule changes. As soon as these are in book form, we will forward a supply to you.
Lynn Patrick, New York Rangers Great, autographed letter
Lynn Patrick, autographed letter
This letter dated June 6, 1950 is from HOF'er Lynn Patrick to the Pee-Wee hockey program he had established in New Haven, Connecticut. In it he writes:
It is with deep regret that I am leaving the area where my first Pee-Wee Hockey program originated. My association with you boys has been extremely satisfactory. Play the Sport, play it well, be a credit to the game, and I hope to meet with you again in your future hockey endeavors. Signed, Lynn Patrick

Lynn Patrick was the son of Hall of Famer Lester Patrick and grew up on Canada's West Coast while his father operated the Pacific Coast Hockey Association with Lynn's uncle, Frank Patrick. The Patricks would come to be known as "Hockey's Royal Family" but Lynn grew up in a mainly non-hockey environment and didn't play organized hockey until he moved to Montreal in his late teens.
Patrick was inspired by his father and uncle, and had always wanted to be a professional hockey player. However, when the Victoria rink was burned down by fire in 1929 Lynn did not have the chance to skate again until he moved to Montreal in 1933. He played with the Montreal Royals that season and was signed, rather reluctantly, by his father to a contract with the New York Rangers for the 1934-35 season. There were many charges of nepotism and Lynn had to endure more than his share of ridicule from the Rangers' fans and press. But, he persevered and was selected as the National Hockey League's First Team All-Star left wing in 1942 and was a Second Team selection in 1943. He was a member of the Rangers' 1940 Stanley Cup winning team and led the league with 32 goals two years later in 1941-42.
He retired in 1947 and became the coach of the New Haven Ramblers in the American Hockey League and replaced Frank Boucher as coach of the Rangers the following season. Patrick moved on to coach the Boston Bruins in 1950-51, held the dual post of coach and general manager with the Bruins in 1954-55, and then continued as the Bruins GM until 1965. As the first GM/coach of the St. Louis Blues, Patrick introduced Scotty Bowman to his first big-league coaching assignment. Patrick later assumed the role of vice-president with the Blues and occasionally helped behind the bench until retiring from hockey in 1977. His sons Craig and Glenn continued the family tradition of being involved in hockey at the highest levels, Craig being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2001. Lynn Patrick was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1980.
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