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JOHN LECLAIR 100 Great Moments in Hockey hardcover book signed by many Hockey greats Book Signed: "John LeClair", "Gerry 'Cheesey' Cheevers", "Guy

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100 Great Moments in Hockey hardcover book signed by many Hockey greats
Book Signed: "John LeClair", "Gerry 'Cheesey' Cheevers", "Guy LaFleur", "Dave 'The Hammer' Schultz", "Ed 'Boxcar' Hospodar", "Glen Sather", "Brian Boucher", "Dick Irvin", "Chris Therien", "Christian Soucy", and "Bryan Berard". 11¾x9¼ Published by: Penguin Books Ltd Place: Harrmondsworth, Middlesex, England Year: 1994 Pages: 210. All signatures in black marker. Book written by Brian Kendall with an introduction from Ron MacLean, a Canadian sportscaster. First published in 1994. Left winger John Clark LeClair was born on July 5, 1969. Before Philadelphia he played for the Montreal Canadiens, where he won the Stanley Cup in 1993. He is also the first American born hockey player to score fifty goals in three straight seasons. Gerry "Cheesey" Cheevers (b. 1940) is a former professional hockey goaltender. One of the first aggressive goalies, who would leave the crease to play "third defenseman", he got his professional start in 1956, at age 16, with St. Michael's Majors in the Ontario Hockey Association. Even before joining the NHL, Cheevers proved himself an effective goalie. He still holds the American Hockey League single-season record for most victories by a goalkeeper and tallied 48 victories in 1964-1965, helping the Rochester Americans to their first Calder Cup championship. Cheevers is most associated with the Boston Bruins, whom he joined in 1965-1966 and was a member of, off and on, until 1979-1980. He was a member of their 1970 and 1972 Stanley Cup-winning rosters and set a record in 1971-1972 with 33 consecutive wins. Cheevers was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1985. Guy LaFleur (1951-2022) is a Hockey Hall of Famer led the NHL in scoring three times (1976-1978). Two-time MVP (1977-1978), LaFleur played for five Stanley Cup winners in Montreal. Lafleur is a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame (1988) and a Knight in the Order of Canada. Canadian-born Dave "The Hammer" Schultz (b. 1949) played left wing for the Philadelphia Flyers from the 1971-1972 through 1975-1976 seasons. He later played for the Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh Penguins and Buffalo Sabres in the NHL and the Rochester Americans in the AHL before turning to coaching. Ed "Boxcar" Hospodar (b. 1959) is a retired NHL player, playing for 10 seasons with the New York Rangers (1979-1982), Hartford Whalers (1982-1984), Phildelphia Flyers (1984-1986, 1986-1987), Minnesota North Stars (1985-1986), and the Buffalo Sabres (1987-1988).  Though he spent many seasons in the NHL, he was never used much as a player, and used mostly as an enforcer. He earned the nickname "Boxcar" during his junior hockey career when a writer said his on ice checks were similar to a "runaway boxcar". In his 450 game career, he had only 17 goals and 15 assists, but accrued 1314 penalty minutes during his regular season games, and 208 penalty minutes during his playoff games. Glen Sather (b.1943) is a retired hockey forward who played 10 seasons in the NHL with the Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, St. Louis Blues, Montreal Canadiens and the Minnesota North Stars between 1966 and 1976.  He also played one season with the Edmonton Oilers of the WHA in 1977 before retiring.  Sather is most known for his post hockey career for being the head coach and general manager of the Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers. Sather is now the president and general manager of the New York Ranger franchise. He is the winner of five Stanley Cups. In recognition of his undeniable contribution to the sport of hockey, Sather was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1997. Goaltender Brian Boucher (b. 1977) is a former NHL player, who played for 13 seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers (1999-2002, 2009-2011, 2012-2013), the Phoenix Coyotes (2002-2006), the Calgary Flames (2005-2006) the Chicago Blackhawks (2006-2007), the Columbus Blue Jackets (2006-2007), the San Jose Sharks (2007-2009) and the Carolina Hurricanes (2011-2012). Known as a steady and reliable goalkeeper, Boucher has been essential to many NHL teams as a starter and as a reserve. He has played 328 NHL games, during which 8272 shots were taken against him, 7450 of which he saved, earning 120 wins and 139 losses. James "Dick" Irvin, Jr., CM (b. 1932) is a former Canadian sportscaster who is most famous for doing the play-by-play on Hockey Night in Canada (HNIC) from 1966-1999. Irvin's father James Dickinson Irvin, Sr. is a Hall of Fame NHL hockey player who played from 1916-1928. Irvin Jr.'s exposure to the game at an early age led to his great longevity in the broadcasting field. In 2013 he was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada. He's also written six books, including Now Back to You, Dick (1988), In the Crease (1995), and most recently My 26 Stanley Cups (2001). Chris Therien (b. 1971) was a defenseman for the Philadelphia Flyers and Dallas Stars from 1994-2006. He spent the majority of his career with the Philadelphia Flyers, playing only 11 games for the Stars. His 753 games played for the Flyers is first among defenseman in the team's history. In his rookie season in the NHL, he also played for the Canadian national team, helping them win a silver medal in the Lillehammer Olympics. Since his playing career ended, he's been a commentator on Flyers' games on radio and television. Christian Soucy (b. 1970) was a top-notch goaltender for the University of Vermont. After his college career, he joined the Chicago Blackhawks of the NHL. Soucy is famous for having the shortest NHL career of any player. He played three minutes of one game in the 1993-1994 season. Nevertheless, Soucy had a 10-year career playing in various other hockey leagues, predominantly in the International Hockey League and United Hockey League. Bryan Berard (b. 1977) was a professional hockey defenseman who played from 1996-2009. He was drafted with the first pick in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, although he never played for the team that drafted him. Berard played for six different NHL teams, retiring after a season with the Chekhov Vityaz of the Kontinental Hockey League. The defenseman is most well-known for an eye injury in March of 2000 on the ice that hampered him for the rest of his career. Multiple signatures merit identification. Worn on edges. Otherwise, fine condition.

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