National Hockey Card Day celebrated with Bobby Hall

Player’s Choice Sportscards will have Bobby Hull and is celebrating National Hockey Card Day.

Bobby Hull, known as “The Golden Jet,” is one of the greatest players in the history of hockey.

In a storied career that lasted more than two decades, Hull tormented goaltenders with his booming slapshot and frustrated opposing defenders with his dazzling speed and stickhandling skills. His immense talents helped make him professional hockey’s first “million dollar man” when he joined the fledgling WHA’s Winnipeg Jets, and he instantly became the rival league’s greatest star. His epic career was capped off in 1983 when he was selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

Player’s Choice Sportscards is excited to announce that Bobby Hull will be celebrating National Hockey Card Day in Canada with us at the store from 1 to 3 p.m. this Saturday Feb. 18. Small item autographs only $35 and larger items and specialty pieces $50.

The store will also be giving out free packs of hockey cards from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information call 250-862-2737 or check out our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/768217846688583/.

Just Posted

Vandalism of fish incubators blow to well-known Lake Country family

Gary Kozub pioneered the kokanee incubator project and his family has been stewards of the salmon

Powder report: Rain in valley, snow on the ski hills

Get your ski gear ready as area mountains are ready for you to enjoy all the Interior winter has to offer this season.

Grade reconfiguration coming to Okanagan Mission schools

Grade 6-8 students will be enrolled in new middle school

School upgrade spending focus on West Kelowna school

Mount Boucherie Secondary washroom upgrade project to cost $590,000 to complete

Your morning news in 90: Dec. 17, 2018

Tune in for 90 seconds to get the top headlines for the Okanagan, Shuswap and Similkameen.

Canada’s robust credit rating should calm unease about federal deficits: Trudeau

Trudeau says Canada’s long-running triple-A rating means experts have confidence in his government’s approach to the economy

CIBC shrinks event after Whistler mayor irks oil producers

After Whistler sent a letter to a Calgary-based oilsands giant, several energy firms said they would back out of the CIBC event.

Couple caught up in B.C. Legislature bomb plot to learn their fate

John Nuttall and Amanda Korody were arrested as part of an undercover RCMP sting on Canada Day 2013

Trial rights of accused spy for China at risk, lawyer tells Supreme Court

The lawyer for a man accused of trying to spy for China says federal foot-dragging over secrecy is endangering his client’s right to timely justice.

‘Recall fatigue’: Canadians may avoid certain foods over holidays

In the winter, Canada’s supply of fresh fruit and vegetables tends to come from very specific areas.

Shuswap business to provide fresh greens year round

Salmon Arm growers offer hydroponic test market to help develop signature salad mix

Interior Health offers new info tool for pregnant women

Moms-to-be with uncomplicated pregnancies can access tips by text or online

Hergott: When a crash causes further injury

Lawyer Paul Hergott covers how those with pre-existing neck or back condition face extra hurdles after a crash.

Most Read