Boston Bruins Memorabilia | Phil Esposito Collectors Card Print 12"x16"

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Elevate your Boston Bruins Memorabilia collection with the Phil Esposito Collectors Card Print! 

Phil Esposito redefined the term "go to the net" with an uncanny scoring touch that carried him through an exceptional NHL career. Phil grew up in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario where Chicago sponsored minor hockey. He filtered into the Black Hawks' system and spent two years in the minors before making it to the NHL in 1963-64. Chicago then traded him to Boston in a six-player deal in 1967 and it seemed no coincidence that the Bruins ended their 29-year wait for a Stanley Cup victory in 1970 & '72 with his arrival. Together with teammates Bobby Orr, Wayne Cashman and Gerry Cheevers, the powerful Bruins dominated the NHL throughout the mid 1970's with Esposito as their leader. During his 8 1/2 years in Boston, Phil won five scoring titles, was an All-Star every year, won the Hart Trophy twice, the Pearson trophy twice, and the Patrick Award once. He was also the first to crack the 100-point barrier (1968-69) and the top point scorer for Team Canada in the famous "Series of the Century" vs. the Soviet Union in 1972. He finished his playing career in New York in 1981 and is now the GM of the expansion Tampa Bay Lightning.

Career Stats: 
1984 HHOF Inductee
Stanley Cup Wins: 2
Games Played: 1282
Goals: 717
Assists: 873
Points: 1590

Celebrate Esposito's career with a print of his HHOF collector card! The 12” x 16” poster is printed on a textured archival paper and comes in a cardboard tube, making it easily transportable. The piece is perfect as a solo item, or to fill an empty frame.

Product Details:

  • Print measures 12” x 16”
  • Hangs vertically
  • High-quality textured archival paper
  • Comes in cardboard tube, making it easily transportable
  • Made in North America
  • Officially licensed by the National Hockey League (NHL) and Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF)

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