Help me identify Canes players' signatures

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  1. sticknpuck

    sticknpuck Registered User

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    EDIT: can't figure out how to embed pic using iphone, so here's a link to pic instead.

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    Anybody recognize these signatures?

    I was sitting at creedmoor/glenwood waiting to turn (I was headed to the fair), and I saw a hockey puck on the median. So naturally, I put my car in park and got out and grabbed it quickly.

    Then I look at it and it's signed! I couldn't help but laugh to myself, thinking how people enter contests every night and go to fan events to get these signatures and I just found it on the ground.

    It's in rough shape, but all sigs are in tact. Bottom one is pretty obviously bellemore, and there is a faulk signature on the other side of the puck as well.

    Also, general signature/identification thread.
     
  2. get tanked

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    Zach Boychuk at the top. One day, when he has claimed his rightful spot in the hall of fame, you could be sitting on a gold mine.
     
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    I believe the middle autograph is Drayson Bowman. The "Bs" look dead on between the puck and this signed card and that does kind of look like a "21" next to the name.

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    How completely random is it to find a signed puck on the median?
     
  5. sticknpuck

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    Very random, which is what drove me to want to get out of my car and pick it up, I think.

    I had thought the big signature in the middle was bowman, just because of the number. Thanks for the help guys!
     
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    About as random as anyone seeking autographs from Boychuk, Bowman, and Bellemore?
     
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    could be from a checkers fan
     
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    Could also be from a game they were all healthy scratches.
     
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    Maybe Peters dropped it on his way to Raleigh. He does have a problem holding on to pucks. :sarcasm:
     
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    When I was a kid I was helping out around my uncle's car wash, and my cousin and I found a stack of about 30 autographed baseball cards in the trash can out at the vacuum cleaner station. They were pretty beat up and dirty, and most were useless, but I kept a couple. The only one that sticks out in my head is Dan Quisenberry.

    There was really no rhyme or reason to the autographs. They weren't all from the same team, and the players ranged from retirees to young guys nobody had ever heard of (and never were heard from).

    I always wondered why in the hell would you go to the trouble to get autographs on all these cards, and then chuck them at a car wash?
     

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