About Rogie Vachon Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Rogatien Rosaire “ Rogie” Vachon is an ice hockey goaltender of the National Hockey League. He was a backup goaltender of Gump Worsley when he entered in the NHL in the year 1967 for the Montreal Canadiens. The team was able to join the Stanley Finals but only lose to the Toronto Maple Leafs. He was traded to the Los Angeles Kings in which he himself demanded after trailing down his status as number to Ken Dryden. In the territory of the Kings, he was twice recognized as the NHL Second All-Star Team for the year 1975 and 1977. Together with Glenn Resch
and Gerry Cheevers, they represented Canada in the Canada Cup as goaltenders. He retired in 1982 and served the Los Angeles Kings as their general manager in 1982-1992. He now serves the Kings organization as Royal Ambassador.
He has also received the Vezina Trophy in 1968; the Canada Cup in 1976; the Stanley Cup Championships with the Montreal Canadiens in 1968, 1969 and 1971.
Remember the playing days of Rogie Vachon as a goaltender. Order your Rogie Vachon memorabilia now and we’ll ship it to your address in fifteen days. In store and available are signed items of Rogie Vachon like pucks, magazines, jerseys, helmets and masks as well as photos. We also have Rogie Vachon game used items. These items can only be found here with us and we guaranteed our clients that our products are certified authentic and genuine. You can see it with the certificate of authenticity that comes together with the purchased items.