Hockey Card Haul – Part 3: Autographs

(Dragging out) Continuing my epic hockey card haul of November, here are some autographed cards I picked up. I normally don’t look for ‘graphs at card shows, but if something grabs my attention and is cheap enough, then I’ll go for it.

2005-06 SP Authentic Jim Slater – Worth all 100 pennies of the dollar that I paid for this card. It is hard-signed in blue Sharpie marker.

2005-06 Fleer Prized Prospects Danny Richmond – Richmond was born in Chicago, and played parts of 3 seasons with the Blackhawks. He also wore 44, which is my favorite number. The card is a sticker ‘graph, but signed in blue. Cost was $3, and is numbered 538 out of 999.

2007-08 Be A Player Shea Weber – One of my favorite d-men in the NHL. $3 for this autographed card seemed fair.

2007-08 Be A Player Daniel Carcillo and Aaron Voros – This dual-signed card cost me $5. I don’t know much about Voros, but Carcillo was my favorite Coyotes player last season. Heck, he’s probably my favorite Flyer this year. He reminds me of Dave Manson, a player I grew up watching.

I got a few more goodies at this show, but I’m still in the tedious process of sorting and scanning…

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Sal Barry is the editor and webmaster of Puck Junk. He is a freelance hockey writer, college professor and terrible hockey player. Follow him on Twitter @puckjunk

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