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A lot of us here clipped pictures of our favourite goalies out of newspapers, magazines and programs. Maybe they went into simple scrapbooks (before it became a crafty/artsy industry for some), on a cork board, on the wall or inside a locker door. 

I came across a bunch I had forgotten about when I was cleaning in the basement. There was some good stuff that I found (see below)

So what about you pre-millennial folks? Post if you have some too! 

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I used to receive American newspapers in Ol’ Blighty, I would read about my St.Louis Blues and cut out the pictures. Had thousands of clippings. They did not even make it to the car boot sale when we moved back to America, let alone with us on the trip back. Wish I had that stuff back!

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On 8/10/2019 at 2:10 PM, Lucky Pucker said:

A lot of us here clipped pictures of our favourite goalies out of newspapers, magazines and programs. Maybe they went into simple scrapbooks (before it became a crafty/artsy industry for some), on a cork board, on the wall or inside a locker door. 

I came across a bunch I had forgotten about when I was cleaning in the basement. There was some good stuff that I found (see below)

So what about you pre-millennial folks? Post if you have some too! 

3588EC51-ED25-4DBA-8D02-635B6EA30969.jpeg

A7224D94-A19A-4419-94EC-F7FD6669434F.jpeg

1D6F1522-1FCF-4DF2-AE44-61FED86C4EF6.jpeg

7709B199-FD3C-4E4B-8A60-C06DC7A7032A.jpeg

498F4EBD-4F55-44A0-BE30-9FD689DCAA14.jpeg

336D7E12-260D-460D-8221-9274D4E35977.jpeg

E17049CC-670C-4FBF-9737-0C39FE4102B4.jpeg

F138A85E-646A-4C34-8BBE-3A74E6F7636B.jpeg

So I'm guessing you're a Patric Roy fan 😂🙄

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My brother n i use to get Hockey Digest it was a mini mag that was published monthly.. and the complete season handbooks. Have them from around 1976 to 1982 seasons 

As far as clippings well we did from newspapers but they're long gone. Still have the books though. 

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14 hours ago, Xdave90x said:

So I'm guessing you're a Patric Roy fan 😂🙄

No - I was a huge Brian Hayward fan! So much so that I even clipped pictures of his back up, some dude named Patrick Roy.

to be fair, Mike Liut and Pokey Reddick are in there too! 

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46 minutes ago, Scythe said:

My brother n i use to get Hockey Digest it was a mini mag that was published monthly.. and the complete season handbooks. Have them from around 1976 to 1982 seasons 

As far as clippings well we did from newspapers but they're long gone. Still have the books though. 

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Wow! I’m sure I remember seeing one of these as a kid at my grandparents in the early 80s, when my 3 sports-crazed uncles still lived there. Must be long gone now though. 

Nice reminder of the fact that there were 21 teams back then. Sigh...

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