About Mike Palmateer Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Mike Palmateer, born Michael Scoot Palmateer is a former professional ice hockey player who hails from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He began his professional playing career in 1974 when he was selected by the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was an 85th overall pick in the 1974 National Hockey League Amateur Draft. Played as a starting goalie for the Leafs from the 1976 to 1980, he spent more than two long years playing for the starting task for the team. According to sources, Palmateer was long been playing for the Leafs organization even before he made it to the National Hockey League.
He also played a few seasons in the International Hockey League in which he played for the Saginaw Gears. He stayed for a couple of years in the minors where he continued to harness his goaling skills.
After his membership in the Toronto Maple Leafs organization, he moved to play for the Washington Capitals. His initial seasons with the team was not that impressive, as he was affected by a few injuries he had like an ankle ligament damage. He underwent surgeries to repair his injuries but it served no good as it made his performances in his last few attempts to recover his career worse. Such damages on his game-critical body parts eventually led to his retirement in 1984.
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