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Monday, September 22, 2014

This Day in NHL History 1994 Sept 22

September 22

Philadelphia Flyers re-obtained veteran goaltender Ron Hextall in trade from the New York Islanders, in exchange for goalie Tommy Soderstrom. The Islanders also received a sixth round draft choice in 1995.


92/93 UD #377

Obtained blue sharpie auto IP.

Sunday, September 21, 2014

This Day in WHA History 1974 Sept 21

September 21

Tom Webster was named to Team Canada 74 but did not make the starting lineup. He made his first appearance in Game 3, scoring a goal and adding an assist in Canada's 8-5 loss to Russia.



74/75 OPC WHA # 8

Obtained blue ink sig IP.


Saturday, September 20, 2014

This Day in NHL History 1991 Sept 20

September 20

Montreal Canadiens traded Stephane Richer and Tom Chorske to New Jersey in exchange for Kirk Muller and goalie Roland Melanson.



87/88 OPC # 233 RC

Obtained black sharpie sig IP.

Friday, September 19, 2014

This Day in NHL History 1991 Sept 19

September 19

Edmonton traded Grant Fuhr, Glenn Anderson and Craig Berube to Toronto, in exchange for Vince Damphousse, Scott Thornton, Luke Richardson and goalie Peter Ing.



84/85 OPC # 238

Obtained blue sharpie auto IP.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

This Day in NHL History 1978 Sept 18

September 18

Los Angeles Kings obtained defenseman Doug Halward from Boston in trade for future considerations.



78/79 OPC # 392

Obtained blue ink sig IP.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

This Day in NHL History 1979 Sept 17

September 17

Atlanta Flames signed free agent ('72 Team Canada star) winger Paul Henderson.



91/92 Future Trends # 98

Obtained blue sharpie sig IP.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

This Day in NHL History Sept 16


There were a few things that occurred today in NHL history but I have no autographs of any of those events. First one for this month happens at t he half way point. Hopefully the rest of the month fares better.

I was reading on one of the FB groups I belong to on how their teams pre-season games are not televised. I guess I have it lucky. Rogers Cable in my area is showing live broadcasts of the Maple leafs Rookie Tournament against the Senators, Penguins and Blackhawks. And just in time for the season, comes this announcement (they're using Mark Messier as their spokesman for this package)

  • With NHL Centre Ice on Rogers you get up to 40 key regular season games per week, including a number of games in high definition.
  • See the best match-ups, including games from VERSUS, NBC and U.S. Regional Sports Networks.
The company said Wednesday it would offer free live streaming of games on its NHL GameCentre Live to its own wireless and broadband Internet customers until the end of the year.

Streaming games will count against users' monthly data caps, Rogers Media President Keith Pelley said during a press conference in Toronto.
Customers of other cellular and Internet providers will be able to subscribe to the package for $199.99 for the season; a discount to $179.99 will be available until Oct. 13.
A French-only package including 60 Montreal Canadiens games and 54 Ottawa Senator games will be available for $59.99.
Half-season passes that begin in January will be $129.99 for both Rogers and non-Rogers subscribers.
Guess I my tune in for a few games. Since Rogers acquired the NHL contract, they are going full bore at it. Gotta love it.
Now some show and tell.

95/96 Maggers Wayne Gretzky magnet. One of the few items I have of Wayne in the Blues uni.