Chicago Blackhawks Memorabilia | Stan Mikita Collectors Card Print 12"x16"

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Elevate your Chicago Blackhawks Memorabilia collection with the Stan Mikita Collectors Card Print! 

Stan Mikita was one of the first great European hockey players to have excelled in the National Hockey League. Born in Czechoslovakia in 1940, he immigrated to Canada (St. Catherines, Ont.) with his aunt and uncle in 1948. At only eight years of age, he was forced to adopt a new culture and language. He quickly picked up on the game of hockey as a youngster, making his way into the NHL with the Chicago Blackhawks in 1958 at the age of 18. Surprisingly, he stayed with the Blackhawks organization throughout his 22 year NHL career. Mikita was the first player ever to win the Art Ross, Hart and Lady Byng Trophies in one single season (1966-67). As if that weren't enough, he repeated the same accomplishment the next year! An unbelievable feat considering the quality of players in the NHL at the time.., Bobby Hull, Gordie Howe and Bobby Orr just to name a few. Stan also won the Art Ross Trophy two other times, the Patrick Award once and was selected as an All-Star eight times. Most important of all, Mikita was part of the 1960-61 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. Another interesting item about Stan was that he was the first player to introduce the curved stick to the NHL.

Career Stats: 
1983 HHOF Inductee
Games Played: 1396
Goals: 541
Assists: 926
Points: 1467
Stanley Cup Wins: 4

Celebrate Mikita'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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