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Old 05-17-2017, 09:16 PM
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1971 Ken Dryden rookie year postcard.
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Here is one off the beaten path.
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Here is one off the beaten path.
I have never seen that Russell card before. The quote marks around "Bill" seem kind of bizarre. "Bill" is the standard default name of, well. just about every guy named William.

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Add Frank Mahovlich cards to the list.
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Damn right about Frank.

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I have never seen that Russell card before. The quote marks around "Bill" seem kind of bizarre. "Bill" is the standard default name of, well. just about every guy named William.
When the William is 6 foot 9 and extremely intimidating, you tread carefully.
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