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PHIL ESPOSITO - MAGAZINE PAGE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: BOBBY "THE GOLDEN JET" HULL, STAN MIKITA, GORDIE HOWE, KEN HODGE - HFSID 312376

PHIL ESPOSITO, BOBBY HULL, GORDIE HOWE, STAN MIKITA, and KEN HODGE The top five leading scorers of the 1968-69 NHL season, Phil Esposito, Bobby Hull, Gordie Howe, Stan Mikita and Ken Hodge sign together this rare piece.

Sale Price $360.00

Reg. $400.00

Condition: fine condition
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PHIL ESPOSITO, BOBBY HULL, GORDIE HOWE, STAN MIKITA, and KEN HODGE
The top five leading scorers of the 1968-69 NHL season, Phil Esposito, Bobby Hull, Gordie Howe, Stan Mikita and Ken Hodge sign together this rare piece.
Magazine page signed: "Phil Esposito," and co-signed by: "Bobby Hull," "Stan Mikita," and "Ken Hodge," color, 8x11, double sided.  The document includes images and stats of the NHL's leading scorers during the 1968-69 season.  Hall of FamerPhil Esposito(b.1942), who ranks number one on this score leaders list, is a 2-time Stanley Cup Champion (Boston Bruins;1970, 1972).  He is also a 5-time recipient of the Art Ross Trophy, a 2-time awardee of the Ted Lindsay Award and a 2-time winner of the Hart Memorial Trophy.  Bobby "The Golden Jet" Hull (b.1939) is a 2-time Avco Cup Champion (Winnipeg Jets; 1976,1978) and a Stanley Cup Champion (Chicago Black Hawks; 1961).  Awarded several times with the Art Ross Trophy, Hart Memorial Trophy and the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, Hull was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1983.  Hall of Famer Gordie Howe (1928-2016) has won 4 Stanley Cups (Detroit Red Wings; 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955) and two Avco Cups (Houston Aeros; 1974, 1975).  Awarded over a dozen times with the Art Ross Trophy, Hart Memorial Trophy, and the Gary L. Davidson Award (which was renamed after Howe in 1974), Howe is a 23-time NHL All-Star--the most recorded for any NHL player in history. Stan Mikita (1940-2018) won the 1961 Stanley Cup with the Chicago Black Hawks.  A 9-time NHL All-Star and multiple awardee of the Art Ross Trophy, Hart Memorial Trophy and the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, Mikita was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1983. Ken Hodge (b.1944) is a two-time Stanley Cup Champion (Boston Bruins; 1970,1972).  He has three NHL All-Star appearances (1971,1973 and 1974).  Toned. Edges and corners lightly worn. Pencil note (in unknown hand) on verso (no show through).Otherwise, fine condition.
 

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