Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 08/15/06 at 07:59 AM ET
Surely the old-time sports-card collector's worst enemy was the bleaching power of the sun, the corner-crushing bricks of a wall, or spokes of a bicycle wheel. Perhaps it was the protection racket of the schoolyard bully, or the mildew of a basement. Not so, says Gerry Chartrand of Dorval, Que., a dealer of top-quality vintage hockey cards, programs, photos and other non-trophy memorabilia through his website, gerryssportscards.com. "The collector's worst enemy," Chartrand says, "was his mother, when she went into his room for spring cleaning and threw out the cards he'd bought all winter long."... And this is why Montreal Canadiens Hall of Famer Elmer Lach is now holding his plastic-sealed 1951-'52 hockey card, one Chartrand expects to sell for close to the $4,000 Lach earned in his rookie NHL season.read on
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