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About Adrian Aucoin Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
The Vancouver Canucks signed in Adrian Aucoin as the 117th over-all pick during the National Hockey League Entry Draft of 1992. He displayed extraordinary ability specifically during power play offenses. However, this only became prominent by season 4 of his career where he moved from one season to the next with 3 to 23 goals. Standing at 6 feet and 2 inches and weighing at 208 pounds, 37-year old and Canadian Aucoin shoots using his right hand. The marvelous Adrian Aucoin sale items will be your starting ticket to achieving that hockey inspired space in your home.
After one and a half unproductive seasons with the Canucks, Aucoin was traded in exchange for fellow Canadian and goaltender Dan Cloutier by the Tampa Bay Lightning. Twenty-six seasons later, he was again swapped to the New York Islanders for Mathieu Biron, together with right winger Alexander Kharitonov, in the off-season. Allow these outstanding Adrian Aucoin sale items complete your day! Purchase one or all today!
Aucoin was back on track with the Islanders, making the most consistent offensive numbers in his statistical career, with 33 assists and 44 points. In lieu, he was given the opportunity to play in the NHL All-Star Game last 2004. He also signed a four-year contract with the Chicago Blackhawks, wherein due to his injuries, the captain position was given instead to 37-year old Martin Lapointe during the 2005 to 2006 period. This is definitely your lucky day! The Adrian Aucoin sale items displayed here are certainly authentic.