A former American ice hockey defenseman that is known in the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey for being a part of the team, Ken Morrow was born in Flint, Michigan on October 17, 1956 and he also has the Ken Morrows autographed NY Islanders puck as a precious collectible to numerous fans.
Ken Morrow was known in the history of hockey when he became a part of the team that won in the event known as the Miracle on Ice in the 1980 U.S. Olympic. This happened in the Winter Olympics of 1980. In the same year, he joined the NHL’s New York Islanders in aiming to help the team to win their first Stanley Cup. Because of that event, he is also known to be the first player that won in only one season the Olympic Gold and the NHL championship leading to the recognition of the Ken Morrows autographed NY Islanders puck as a cool sport stuff to own. Morrow was a primary member of all four Islanders Stanley Cup teams in the seasons of 1980 1981, 1982 and 1983.
He is also recognized in his defensive positioning that was technically perfect. Though he was the underestimate defenseman in the history of hockey, Morrow is appreciated in his extremely tough experience in the 1980 wherein he has a surgery but then still played to give contribution to the Islanders championships. In the season of 1995, Ken Morrow was inducted into the United Stated Hockey Hall of Fame.