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SAY WHAT?

The Hockey News Yearbook has just come out with their pick of the best 50 players, (not just defencemen) in the NHL. The first three are not surprising:  1. Sidney Crosby 2. Alex Ovechkin and 3. Steven Stamkos. Not too many arguments there right! How about the number 4 slot? You got it. It’s our man Erik Karlsson. Here’s what they had to say: “Had he not sustained a devastating Achilles tendon injury last season, there’s a good chance Karlsson would have been the first back to back winner of the Norris Trophy since Nicklas Lidstrom and just the second in more than two decades. He’s undersized, but he’s also the most offensively gifted defenceman in the NHL and the best at moving the puck up the ice.” Wow. eleven places higher than Zdeno Chara, 19 slots higher than Pernell Karl and 41 places higher than Daniel Sedin! Gotta love it. Watch here to find out why, and then buy a signed jersey at T1M Sports and get on the bandwagon.

Erik Karlsson and Joffrey Lupul 11×14 Dual Signed Photo “Battle of Ontario”

erik karlsson, joffrey lupulThis “11” x “14″ signed photo features hockey stars Erik Karlsson and Joffrey Lupul “Battle of Ontario”, and is dual signed by the players. This photo is framed in black with acid free matting and a decorative v-groove. Also included in the frame is a descriptive player etched matte. A great gift and a unique addition to any home or office. This is a photo featuring two of today’s biggest stars. Hockey memorabilia at it’s best

Big Erik Karlsson Signing

Everyone at T1M is very excited about our very big signing with Erik Karlsson coming up in the next couple of weeks! Erik is recuperating after successful surgery last week and we, his biggest fans wish him godspeed.

Product to be signed includes;

New canvases

Sticks

Gloves

And a number of new pictures including a duel signed image with Maple Leaf favorite Joffrey Lupul, available in 8×10, 11×14 and 16×20

Here is an example of another image that is sure to be a best seller.

Erik Karlsson Ottawa Senators