Montreal Canadiens Memorabilia | Bernie Geoffrion Collectors Card Print 12"x16"

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Elevate your Montreal Canadiens Memorabilia collection with the Bernie Geoffrion Collectors Card Print! 

Bernie Geoffrion earned the name "Boom Boom" for his renowned use of the slapshot in professional hockey. With this powerful new weapon, he terrorized NHL goaltenders throughout the 1950's and 1960's for 16 years. During his tenure as a player, Geoffrion played in the shadow of his famous teammate, "Rocket" Richard. Nevertheless, he won the Hart Trophy as league MVP during the 1960-61 season and claimed two Art Ross Trophies and the Calder Trophy in his career. As a member of the famous Montreal Canadiens he won six Stanley Cup Championships and was selected as an All-Star three times. Bernie retired in 1964 from Montreal but came back after missing two seasons to join the New York Rangers in 1966. There, he scored a credible 22 goals and accumulated 63 points in two years before hanging up his skates for good after the 1967-68 season. He then became coach of the Rangers, and a scout for them until taking over as head coach of the new expansion Atlanta Flames in 1972. Many modern day players may not realize "Boom Boom's" contribution to the game, but one thing is for sure..., the game was never the same after Bernie Geoffrion came along.

Career Stats: 

1972 HHOF Inductee
Games Played: 883
Goals: 393
Assist: 429
Points: 822
Stanley Cup Wins: 6

Celebrate Geoffrion's career with a print of his HHOF collector card! The 12” x 16” poster is printed on a textured archival paper and comes in a cardboard tube, making it easily transportable. The piece is perfect as a solo item, or to fill an empty frame.

Product Details:

  • Print measures 12” x 16”
  • Hangs vertically
  • High-quality textured archival paper
  • Comes in cardboard tube, making it easily transportable
  • Made in North America
  • Officially licensed by the National Hockey League (NHL) and Hockey Hall of Fame (HHOF)

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