WAYNE GRETZKY - HAT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: MARIO LEMIEUX, JOHN ELWAY, BRETT HULL - HFSID 252741
WAYNE GRETZKY, MARIO LEMIEUX, BRETT HULL and JOHN ELWAY Three hockey stars and a football hero signed this NBC Sports cap Hat signed: "Wayne/Gretzky", "Brett Hull", "Mario Lemieux" and "John Elway". White golf cap with blue and red sewn letters ("NBC/Sports") below the network's sewn peacock symbol.
Sale Price $488.75
WAYNE GRETZKY, MARIO LEMIEUX, BRETT HULL and JOHN ELWAY
Three hockey stars and a football hero signed this NBC Sports cap
Hat signed: "Wayne/Gretzky", "Brett Hull", "Mario Lemieux" and "John Elway". White golf cap with blue and red sewn letters ("NBC/Sports") below the network's sewn peacock symbol. Adjustable-size hat from Sports Specialties. Gretzky has signed on the crown, the other three athletes on the bill. Accompanied by three candid photos (color, two 6x4, one 4x6) of the signings. WAYNE GRETZKY, who was known as "The Great One", won the National Hockey League's Hart Trophy (MVP) a record nine times and the Art Ross Trophy (scoring leader) a record ten times. When he retired after the 1999 season, the National Hockey League retired Gretzky's number; no NHL team will ever assign #99 to another player. The NHL Hall of Fame suspended the mandatory waiting period and Gretzky was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 22, 1999, just seven months after his retirement. MARIO LEMIEUX, 1985 Rookie of the Year and six-time NHL scoring leader, retired after the 1996-1997 season and was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. He returned to play for the Penguins for the 2000-2001 season. NHL MVP in 1991 with the St. Louis Blues, BRETT HULL holds the single season Right Wing scoring record with 86 goals. He and his father Bobby have both won Hart (MVP), Lady Byng (sportsmanship) and All-Star Game MVP trophies. Brett won the Stanley Cup with Dallas in 1999 and Detroit in 2002. Denver Broncos quarterback JOHN ELWAY, 1987 NFL and 1999 Super Bowl MVP, was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004. Led by Elway, Denver went to the AFC championship game four times winning the title in 1986, 1987 and 1989 but losing the Super Bowl all three years. The Broncos returned to the Super Bowl in 1998 and 1999 and won it both times, in Elway's final seasons with the club. Fine condition.
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