JACQUES LEMAIRE - NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 311398
The Hall of Famer Montreal Canadien zooms down the ice in this 4x9 photo
Newspaper photograph signed: "Jacques Lemaire," in blue felt tip pen. B/w, 4x9. Photo affixed to cardstock. Jacques Lemaire (b.1945) is a retired professional ice hockey center who played 12 seasons with the Montreal Canadiens between 1967 and 1979. Perhaps the most famous Montreal Canadien in franchise history, Lemaire is not only a two time NHL All-Star (1970,1973), but he has won 8 Stanley Cup Championships (1968,1969,1971,1973, 1976,1977,1978,1979). Known for his strong and quick shot, Lemaire was an idol for everyone on the ice, revered not only by his teammates but players from all over the league. After he retired in 1980, Lemaire took up coaching, a career he was also very successful at. He went on to win two more Stanley Cups with the Montreal Canadiens as their assistant general manager. He also coached for the New Jersey Devils and the Minnesota Wild. In 1984, to no one's surprise, Lemaire was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. In the NHL, Lemaire played 853 games with 366 goals and 469 assists. Fine condition.
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