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Montreal Canadiens Guy Lapointe
Autographed Jersey

$500 Canadian Dollars

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This autographed hockey jersey was signed buy Guy Lapointe in 2010 during a fund-raising golf tournament in Knowlton. Brome Lake, Quebec where Guy Lapointe was the guest of honor. For fans of the Montreal Canadians Hockey Team this would be a nice addition to your collection.

The jersey is a brand new NHL licensed hockey shirt that is signed front and back by Guy Lapointe, one of the best defensive players in the game who has more Stanley Cup Rings that could fit on one hand! As much as I love the Habs I have since moved on to support the Winnipeg Jets and so would like to see this authentic jersey go to a home where the Blue Blanc Rouge is the color of the wallpaper on your heart.

Shipping included in Canada! Autographed Guy Lapointe hockey jersey only $500 CAD.

The jersey is not an old ripped and torn shirt from the 1970's this is a brand new un-worn Montreal Canadiens Jersey that still has tags hanging on it…it is signed by Guy Lapointe…OMG do you know what that means? It means that hockey legend Guy Lapointe has taken a pen and signed his name to this shirt…ahem…that is pure gold for any fan of the Habs and their golden years when they were winning games and heros to half of the country!

More about guy Lapointe, from the glory days of the Montreal Canadiens from wikipedia:

Guy Gerard "Pointu" Lapointe (born March 18, 1948) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played for the Montreal Canadiens, St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League. Along with defencemen Larry Robinson and Serge Savard, Lapointe was a member of the "Big Three" and played a key role in the Canadiens' winning the Stanley Cup six times in 1971, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979.

Nicknamed "Pointu", Lapointe was famous for his sense of humor, powerful slapshot and brutal body-checks. One of his most famous pranks is probably the Vaseline coated handshake with prime minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau as he was visiting the Canadiens' locker room.

He was traded to the St. Louis Blues in 1982 and signed with the Boston Bruins the following season. He retired in 1984 following a series of injuries. Following his retirement, Lapointe became general manager of the Longueuil Chevaliers of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, followed by a stint as associate coach with the Quebec Nordiques.

He later served as an assistant coach and later as a scout with the Calgary Flames. He is currently coordinator of amateur scouting with the Minnesota Wild, a position he has held since the franchise's inception. Lapointe was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1993. In 884 NHL games, Lapointe recorded 171 goals and 451 assists for 622 points.

He still holds the Montreal Canadiens' record for most goals in a season for a defenseman, and most goals for a rookie defenseman .

What a gift, what a piece of history! Perfect to fit in a framed light-box on your wall...a memory of the best hockey team that ever played at the height of their power!


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