TONY TANTI - NEWSPAPER PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED - HFSID 314791
TONY TANTI This 7x8 black and white newspaper photograph is signed by the hockey professional in black ink Newspaper photograph signed: "Tony/Tanti" in black ink. 7x8. Tony Tanti (b.
Sale Price $76.50
This 7x8 black and white newspaper photograph is signed by the hockey professional in black ink
Newspaper photograph signed: "Tony/Tanti" in black ink. 7x8. Tony Tanti (b. 1963) is a retired NHL left winger, who played eleven seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks (1981-1983), the Vancouver Canucks (1982-1990), the Pittsburgh Penguins (1989-1991) and the Buffalo Sabres (1990-1992). Chosen 12th overall in the 1981 NHL Entry Draft, Tanti had a spectacular OHL career where he played 87 games for the Oshawa Generals (1981-1983) and earned 96 goals, with 92 assists and 173 penalty minutes. Scoring 81 goals in his rookie year alone he smashed Wayne Gretzky's previous record of 70. With Vancouver, he scored 250 goals and 470 points; he earned the Cyrus H. McLean Trophy in 1987 as the team's leading scorer, and the Cyclone Taylor Trophy as team MVP the following year. Tanti is considered to be the Canucks' first true sniper player. Corners rounded and creased. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso. Otherwise, fine condition.
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