JEAN BELIVEAU - HOCKEY PUCK SIGNED - HFSID 304157
Sale Price $288.00
Montreal Canadiens hockey puck, signed with his uniform number and Hall of Fame year
Hockey Puck signed: "Jean Beliveau/#4/H. O. F. 1972". Hockey puck bearing the emblem of the Montreal Canadiens. Canadian hockey icon Jean Arthur Beliveau (1931-2014), known as "Le Gros Bill", spent his entire career within the Quebec system, playing for the Montreal Canadiens from the 1950-1951 through the 1970-1971 seasons. The winner of the Art Ross Memorial Trophy (1956), the Hart Memorial Trophy (1956, 1964) and the Conn Smythe Trophy (1965), Beliveau played on ten Stanley Cup-winning teams, captaining five of them. At the time of his retirement, he had been a NHL All-Star thirteen times and had racked up 507 goals and 712 assists. His #4 jersey was retired in 1971 and Beliveau was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1972. Although he declined the offer to become Governor General of Canada, Beliveau was honored on Canada's Walk of Fame in 2001, the year a Canadian postage stamp bearing his likeness was issued. Fine condition.
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