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    2015-16 ITG Used Vintage Memorabilia Howie Morenz

    Considered by many to be hockey's first superstar, it was Howie Morenz to whom Maurice Richard would be compared, once the latter broke into the league. An exceptional skater, Morenz possessed speed on a level that was very tough for players at that time to contend with. While his points totals aren't as lofty as some of the other candidates, I would remind voters that he played a good part of his career with forward passing considered illegal. Surely not many would argue against the statement; that if he played with a different rulebook, he would have posted higher totals.
    With Montreal he won three stanley cups, and also three Hart trophies as league MVP. He led the league in scoring on two occasions. Most importantly, as the first Montreal superstar, he may well deserve a lot of credit for how hockey is revered in the city today. After his death, his funeral was held at the Forum with his casket placed at centre ice. Some 50,000 fans came to pay their respects, and the city of Montreal mourned his death for months. Even if you don't think he's the greatest of all time, he did pave the way for those who came after him.

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    Thank you

    just looking to trade for Tavares or Strome cards at this time.
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    that's not a PC card??

    sweet card
    heres my bucket

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