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  • In ice hockey, players use specialized equipment both to facilitate the play of the game and for protection as this is a sport where injuries are common, therefore, all players are encouraged to protect their bodies from bruises and severe fractures.
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Steiner Sports NHL Brian Leetch Retirement Night Banner Raising Vertical Autographed 8-by-10-Inch Photograph
Steiner Sports NHL Brian Leetch Retirement Night Banner Raising Vertical Autographed 8-by-10-Inch Photograph
Brian Leetch established himself as one of the NHL's top defensemen and a surefire Hall of Famer over the course of his 18-year-long career which ended on May 24 2007 when he officially announced his retirement. Leetch won Rookie of the Year honors in 1989 and went on to earn the Norris Trophy (as the league's best defenseman) in 1992 and 1997 and the Conn Smythe Trophy (as playoff MVP) in 1994. That same season 1994 he helped lead the New York Rangers to their first Stanley Cup title in 54 years. The Rangers retired his number on Jan. 24 2008 raising a banner into the rafters at Madison Square Garden in his honor. Brian Leetch has hand this Autographed 8x10 Photograph graph of him and his family looking on as the Rangers raised his uniform in his honor. A Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included.

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Murrayfield Royals
Murrayfield Royals
WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 9 MURRAYFIELD ROYALS 4 October 28 1995 PREVIEW Royals have this season risen from the ashes of Edinburgh Racers, although the two clubs are very much separate entities and the team has been started afresh, writes Mick Jordan. The Edinburgh club has had a difficult start to the season, their young, yet talented squad finding life tough in the Benson and Hedges Cup, but Royals did achieve their first league victory, over Billingham, last weekend as their squad gains experience. Royals have not been helped by the fact that they have already lost the services of two player/coaches this season, Len Giacalone having left Britain and Dave Gregory moving south to Guildford. At present Royals are without an official team coach. They are led by two American imports, incidentaly the first Americans to play for an Edinburgh team. Mike Wagstaff is the club captain and a former Basingstoke Beaver, he is a strong two way player with a big shot. Tony Gagliano is a 24 year old who can play wing or defence, has played with Wagstaff in America in the past but spent last season playing with Brest in France. Royals have acquired several young players already experienced in British hockey. Alternate captain is defenceman John Ballentyne, one of the first players signed by team manager Billie Dunbar, who also signed his own son Laurie. Net minder Robert Jack, Tommy Ball and Iain Simpson have all moved to Murrayfield from Dumfries Vikings. The remainder of Royals' squad mainly consists of ever improving young players such as Graeme Maclean, Steven Flockhart and Gary Collins. MATCH REPORT Chieftains completed their third consecutive league victory with this competent, if not spectacular, performance over the hard battling Royals, writes Mick Jordan. Again it took Chieftains some time to get into the game and their lethargic start could have proved costly as Mike Wagstaff swept past the helpless Tony Melia after only 34 seconds. Chieftains took advantage of the powerplay in the third minute, Karl Goebel's shot proving unstoppable. The young Royals continued to upset Chelmsford's pattern and frustrated them into minor penalties which were again taken advantage of when Laurie Dunbar scored in the ninth minute whilst the Edinburgh side had a two player advantage. Chieftains totally dominated the second period as D'arcy Cahill and Rick Smith started to find space in attacking zones. Tari Sawari levelled the scores in the 24th minute, but it was not until the 33rd minute that the floodgates opened as Chelmsford's ever increasing pressure produced four goals in six minutes. Cahill scored twice, Goebel notching his second and Smith adding the sixth. Chelmsford's lead stretched to five as Smith found the net early in the third. The impressive Dunbar hit Murrayfield's third goal with a pin-point shot in the 44th minute, but the quality of Cahill's was too much for Royals who could only watch as the Chelmsford forward completed his hat-trick two minutes later. Wagstaff scored his second, and his fourth point of the night as Royals continued to work hard Chieftain's Glen Campbell completed the scoring with a brilliant breakaway move. CHIEFTAINS - 1 Jamie Grindlay (net) 4 Carl Greenhous 5 Dean Birrell 7 Andy Hannah 8 Karl Rogers 9 Gary Dodds 11 Tony Cimelli 14 Tari Suwari 16 Matt McCoy 17 Glen Moorhouse 19 Karl Goebel (I) 20 Danny Edery 21 Darcy Cahill 22 Glen Campbell 24 Rick Smith 25 Richard Whiting 31 Brian Biddulph 35 Tony Melia (net) 47 Alexei Kuznetzov. Coach Steve James Trainer Richard Coe. ROYALS - 4 Dave Gregory 7 Grant Heeps 11 Scott Nicol 12 Tommy Ball 14 Kevin Renton 15 Iain Simpson 17 Tony Gagliano 18 Paul Clements 19 Steve Flockhart 20 Stanley Brock 21 Gary Collins 22 Mike Wagstaff 23 Glyn Roberts 28 Laurie Dunbar 30 Scott 35 Robert Jack (net) 39 John Ballentyne. MURRAYFIELD ROYALS 4 WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 3 November 4 1995 This was the first game of the second away double header of the season. It was not a weekend to be remembered with any satisfaction as Chieftains lost both games handing Royals only their second league win of the season in the process. The first period was a tight affair with Royals opening the scoring at 12.36 4 on 4 with players off for interference. Andy Hannah tied it up at 13.16 with a nice back hand finish at close range. Chieftains pressured Royals goal well with 19 shots to their 12. The second period was dominated by Chelmsford penalties. At 21.48 Mike Cahill was called for cross checking and Royals took the opportunity to make it 1-2 at 23.36. The problems started at 30.25 when Tari Suwari collected a 2+2+10 for cross checking from behind followed quickly at 30.41 by Matt McCoy with 5+game for slashing. This put Chieftains on a 5 on 3 for the best part of 4 minutes and it was through some brilliant checking from Karl Goebel and netminding from Tony Melia that the Royals did not score. In fact with 1.25 of the period remaining Rick Smith
The Long Walk..::HDR
The Long Walk..::HDR
..Before The Big Game. 3exp HDR processed in photomatix and tweaked in photoshop Hockey is Canada's game. I think every kid at some point in their life has played at some level, whether it be on the street, an outdoor rink, on a pond, or in a league. Hockey holds a place in every Canadian's heart coast to coast. This is my best friend's son Adley preparing to head out to a big game.

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Steiner Sports NHL Brian Rolston New Jersey Devils White Jersey Slapshot Vertical Autographed 8-by-10-Inch Photograph
Scott Rolen kicked off his MLB career as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies. The third baseman won NL Rookie of the Year honors in 1996 while with the Phillies and had several solid years with the team before they traded him in 2002 to the St. Louis Cardinals. In 2004 Rolen batted .314 with 34 home runs and 124 RBIs and during the World Series in 2006 Rolen hit .421 with a home run three doubles and two RBIs helping St. Louis win their first Championship since 1982. He is also a Gold Glove Award winner. Scott Rolen has hand this Autographed 8x10 Photograph of him attempting to throw out a base runner. A Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included.

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