Wednesday, December 9, 2015

2015 - Top 5 Through The Mail Autograph Signers in Hockey


 
 
5. Patrick Kane


 

Patrick Kane is tearing up the NHL. He recently broke Bobby Hull’s Chicago Blackhawks franchise record when he reached 22 consecutive games with a point. As of right now, Kane has a 23 game point streak going. Kane has also been sending back signed photos, cards, and pucks to fans who took the time to write him. He is signing autographs c/o his parent’s home in Buffalo. If you would like the address, you can find it by signing up for a membership at this LINK.

 

 

 

The “Big E” has been signing a lot since his retirement from the NHL in 2007. Eric signed for fans who sent him requests in 2015. You can contact Eric via his parents address which can be found at StarTiger or by CLICKING HERE.

 

 


There hasn’t been a more electrifying “undersized” hockey player in Calgary since Theo Fleury. Johnny Hockey became the first Calgary Flames players to reach 50 points as a rookie since Jarome Iginla did it back in the 96-97 season. You can contact Johnny by writing him c/o Calgary Flames Hockey Club. The address can be found HERE.

 

 

The former 1stOverall draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers has been signing autographs through the mail like a mad man lately. I strongly recommend sending to him now before he gets flooded with requests in 2016. You can contact him via the Edmonton Oilers. The address can be found by CLICKING HERE.

 

 

Ok, maybe I’m biased because I am a hardcore Toews fan! Have you tried to get his autograph in-person? He’s Captain Serious on and off of the ice. Getting Toews to sign in-person is not the easiest task. In 2015, Toews was great signing TTM requests. If you would like to try him, you can send him a request c/o ChicagoBlackhawks. I strongly recommend joining StarTiger to see what other collectors have to say about his signing habits through the mail and in-person.

 

Did you have a different Top 5? I’m interested in hearing from you. Please leave a comment below.

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