MIKE ANTONOVICH - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 347288
The professional hockey center pens his name and number on this index card in black ink
Signature: "Mike/ Antonovich/ #23" in black ink, 5x3. Mike Antonovich (b. 1951) was the 113th overall pick by the Minnesota North Stars in the 1971 NHL draft. Antonovich ended up beginning his pro career with the Minnesota Fighting Saints of the WHA. In fact, he spent the majority of his career in the WHA, where he played for the Fighting Saints, the Edmonton Oilers, and the New England Whalers. In the NHL, Antonovich played for the Minnesota North Stars and the New Jersey Devils. In the 1976, 1977, and 1982 Ice Hockey World Championships he played for team USA. Following his retirement from playing, Antonovich coached in the International Hockey League and became a member of the amateur coaching staff of the St. Louis Blues. In addition to his hockey-related occupations, Antonovich had a career in politics; in 2008, he became the mayor of Coleraine, Minnesota. Staining toward left-hand side of top edge. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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