He’s got a collection of memorabilia himself, so it’s not a huge surprise that Alex Ovechkin has a deal to commemorate his 700th career goal with a line of autographed memorabilia.
Ovechkin became the eighth player in NHL history to reach that milestone Saturday night in a loss to New Jersey.
The Washington Capitals icon has a deal with Fanatics to sign a bunch of newly-created items commemorating his milestone achievement. Some will carry inscriptions once Ovechkin and Fanatics can get together on a signing date.
Among the items he’ll sign are 700th goal pucks, standard pucks with his inscription including the date of the game, his #8 Capitals jersey with an autograph and a the 700 goals inscription and photographs of the moment taken Saturday night. Mockups are already on the website. Prices for autographed items start at $199.
There are also unsigned items including a collage with a piece of a game-used puck.
Fanatics also has several game-used Ovechkin sticks up for sale from the Capitals’ 2017-18 Stanley Cup-winning season.
Here’s the updated list of the NHL’s all-time career goals leaders: