CRAIG MACTAVISH - NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 316045
Sale Price $81.00
The hockey player is shown on the ice in Bruins uniform in this 3¼x6¾ newspaper photograph
Newspaper photograph signed: "Craig MacTavish" in blue felt. 6½x6¾. Craig MacTavish (b. 1958) is a hockey player of Canadian descent, starting his major hockey career in 1979. He played in the NHL for 17 seasons with the Boston Bruins (1979-1984), Edmonton Oilers (1985-1994), New York Rangers (1993-1994), Philadelphia Flyers (1995-1996), and the St. Louis Blues (1996-1997). The center positioned player is notorious for being one of the last NHL players to play without the use of a helmet, helping cement his reputation in hockey history. MacTavish was suspended through the 1984-1985 after being convicted of vehicular homicide while driving under the influence, spending a year in jail as punishment. As of late, the past center is now the general manager for his former team, the Edmonton Oilers. Lightly toned. Corners rounded. Edges irregular. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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