BOSTON BRUINS - EPHEMERA SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: JOHN BUCYK, JOHN "PIE" MCKENZIE, KEN HODGE - HFSID 304118
Sale Price $270.00
BOSTON BRUINS: JOHN BUCYK, JOHN McKENZIE, KEN HODGE
Black felt tip signatures on an 8 inch silver metallic statuette commemorating the Stanley Cup triumph
Ephemera signed: "John Bucyk", "John "Pie" McKenzie", "Ken Hodge", 3x8. Silver-colored metallic statuette reminiscent of the Stanley Cup, with Bruins logo commemorating the Bruins' National Hockey League Championship of 1970. JOHN BUCYK (b. 1935) entered the National Hockey League as a forward for the Detroit Red Wings in 1955. After two seasons in the Motor City, he was traded to the Boston Bruins, for whom he starred for more than 20 years. A clean player who twice won the league's sportsmanship trophy, Bucyk was a key member of the Bruins' Stanley Cup championship teams of 1970 and 1972. When he retired after the 1978 season, he was the team's all-time leading scorer, with 545 goals, and remains runner-up (to Ray Bourque) with that total.) Bucyk has remained with the Bruins organization, filling several broadcasting and front office roles. His #9 jersey has been retired. He entered the Hall of Fame in 1981. JOHN "PIE" McKENZIE (b. 1937) played 21 seasons in the NHL and WHA (1958-1979), but had his best years with the Boston Bruins, peaking in the playoffs during the teams drives to Stanley Cup victories in 1970 and 1972. When the Bruins failed to protect him in the expansion draft after the 1972 season, he jumped to the World Hockey Association, where he became a successful playing coach. KEN HODGE (b. 1944) was the right wing on an explosive Boston Bruins forward line that set an NHL record for most points in a season in 1969. Two years later, he set a record for points at his position (105). He was, of course, the teammate of Bucyk and McKenzie on the Stanley Cup championship teams. Hodge, who also played for the NHL Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers, retired with 800 points (328 goals, 472 assists) in 881 games. After leaving the ice he became a Boston area broadcaster, covering Boston College hockey and other events. Fine condition.
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