When hockey collectors discuss the game's greatest goalies, there are names that naturally pop up like Terry Sawchuk, Jacques Plante, Patrick Roy, and Martin Brodeur. Their place in hockey history is undeniable, but there is one amazing talent that seems to get lost in the shuffle despite being arguably the best in the game during the 1960s - Glenn Hall. Why hasn't the hobby … [Read more...] about Mr. Goalie’s Memorabilia: Collecting Glenn Hall
1957-58 Topps hockey
Every sport has at least one forgotten figure from its past that was incredibly talent but never translated that greatness to its highest level for one reason or another. Decades ago, Guyle Fielder appeared on his way to becoming a major star. Long-term greatness never materialized but make no mistake--avid fans of old-time hockey know his name. And at … [Read more...] about Guyle Fielder: Hockey’s Greatest What If?
Ted Lindsay’s nicknames were well-earned. He was called “Terrible Ted” for his toughness and willingness to play down and dirty. Another nickname, “Old Scarface,” was a nod toward the more than 600 stitches he took — mostly on his face — during his 17-year career. Lindsay, who died Monday at the age of 93, was a left winger for the Detroit Red Wings’ Production Line, a … [Read more...] about Remembering Ted Lindsay: Seven Cards Of No. 7