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Brian Leetch

Brian Leetch is a former American professional ice hockey defenseman who played for the New York Rangers, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League (NHL). Leetch was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, USA on March 3, 1968, and began playing hockey at an early age. During his college years, he played for Boston College and represented Team USA at the 1988 Winter Olympics. More about Brian Leetch

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Current items with a signature of Brian Leetch

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Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1989-90 Topps Brian Leetch Autographed Rookie Card #136 New York Rangers$39.99logo
thumbnailBRIAN LEETCH CARD LOT #2 SIGNATURE CARD, RC PLUS 7 JERSEY CARDS$45.00logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch Autographed New York Rangers White Jersey Signed Steiner CX$139.99logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch Hand Signed 1991-92 Pro Set Hockey Card #159 NY Rangers COA$34.95logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch New York Rangers Autographed 8 x 10 Blue Jersey Skating Photograph$79.99logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch New York Rangers Autographed 8 x 10 Jersey Retirement Banner Raising Photograph$79.99logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch Signed Jersey - New York Rangers - Steiner Sports COA.$650.00logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch Stanley Cup Heroes #SC15 (+ Klaus Autographed Card Holder)$19.99logo
thumbnailHARRY HOWELL & BRIAN LEETCH DUAL SIGNED DEFENCEMEN NEW YORK RANGERS 54/600$225.00logo
Leetch's NHL career began in 1988 when he was drafted by the New York Rangers. He spent the majority of his career with the Rangers, earning multiple awards including the Calder Memorial Trophy for Rookie of the Year in 1989 and the Conn Smythe Trophy for playoff MVP in 1994 when the Rangers won the Stanley Cup Championships. Leetch was also a two-time Norris Trophy winner for the league’s best defenseman in 1992 and 1997. He broke numerous records and was known for his incredible skating ability and offensive skills, finishing his career with over 1,000 career points and 1,205 games played.

In addition to his NHL achievements, Leetch represented the United States in international competition on several occasions. He played in three Olympic Games and was part of the team that won the World Cup of Hockey in 1996. Following his retirement from professional hockey in 2007, Leetch was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2009. He remains highly regarded as one of the best American-born hockey players in history. Read even more about Brian Leetch at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Brian Leetch

In total, we tracked 977 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

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The most expensive item with a signature of Brian Leetch (2005-06 UD The Cup Autograph Jersey Brian Leetch #1/2 Hardware Heroes Bruins) was sold in October 2023 for $676.00 while the cheapest item (1992 O-Pee-Chee Brian Leetch Autograph Hockey Auto Card #378) found a new owner for $0.01 in April 2021. The month with the most items sold (19) was April 2020 with an average selling price of $19.99 for an autographed item of Brian Leetch. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in June 2017 with $199.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was June 2009. In average, an autographed item from Brian Leetch is worth $28.77.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Brian Leetch were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1989-90 Topps - #136 Brian Leetch, Brian Leetch (RC) Autographed$39.99logo
thumbnail2002-03 ITG Be A Player Signature Series Brian Leetch #177 HOF$0.99logo
thumbnail2009-10 UD SP Game-Used Autograph Brian Leetch #/50 Marks of a Nation Rangers$56.00logo
thumbnail2009-10 UD SP Game-Used Autograph Jerey Brian Leetch #/2 Significant Numbers$128.72logo
thumbnail2010-11 UD SP Game-Used Autograph Jersey Brian Leetch #/2 Significant Numbers$129.77logo
thumbnail96/97 PINNACLE BAP SIGNATURE BRIAN LEETCH FOIL AUTOGRAPH AUTO #55$6.12logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch Authentic Autographed Signed 1989-90 O-Pee-Chee HOF Rookie Card$29.95logo
thumbnailBrian Leetch New York Rangers Signed Retirement Night Full Ticket Auto - Steiner$159.95logo
thumbnailBRIAN LEETCH New York Rangers SIGNED/AUTOGRAPHED 1994 Stanley Cup Puck *JSA*$79.99logo
thumbnailSteiner Brian Leetch Signed Autograph New York Rangers Hockey Puck Autographed$30.00logo

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Latest News about Brian Leetch

Fresh off Nashville scoring mark, Josi chasing down Leetch (04/13/22): Nashville captain Roman Josi finally has chased down Paul Kariya for the Predators' single-season scoring record. Next up is Brian Leetch, someone who might be much tougher to catch. Josi added three assists last week at Ottawa in his career season, giving him 87 points to top the mark of 85 set b Go to news article

From young Rangers fan to 'the next Brian Leetch,' Adam Fox describes his NHL jo (04/09/21): The New York defenseman is breaking out in his second season -- and making a legitimate push for the Norris Trophy and 2022 U.S. Olympic team. Go to news article

Report: Brian Leetch leaves NHL's Department of Player Safety (09/05/14): Brian Leetch will not return to his job in the NHL front office next season, as first reported by New York Post columnist Larry Brooks in August. Brian Leetch has left the NHL's department of player safety. That leaves two vacancies, including the soon-to-be-filled head job.

Rangers' Ryan McDonagh is similar to ex-Devil Scott Niedermayer, says Hall of Fa (05/27/14): Leetch compared McDonagh to the fellow Hall of Famer who spent 13 years with the Devils. Go to news article

Brian Leetch thinks this US team can go down in history (02/20/14): Brian Leetch is not only a member of the Greatest Generation of USA hockey players that arrived en masse soon after (and inspired by) the Miracle at Lake Placid. For...

Older News Stories about Brian Leetch

With Brian Leetch visiting, Crunch drops game to Springfield (02/2014): The Syracuse Crunch started the night with the legendary Brian Leetch dropping the puck in front of a rocking crowd in the War Memorial. However, the Crunch’s night would end on a sour note with the Springfield Falcons picking up a 6-5 win in overtime.

Syracuse Crunch and ESPN Radio CNY Bring Hockey Hall of Famer Brian Leetch to Sy (01/2014): Syracuse, NY -The Syracuse Crunch and ESPN Radio 97.7 FM & 1200 AM, Syracuse; 100.1 FM & 1440 AM, Oswego are bringing Hockey Hall of Fame defenseman and Stanley Cup champion Brian Leetch to Syracuse when the Crunch host the Springfield Falcons on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 7 p.m. Go to news article

NHL notebook: Brian Leetch joins league's front office (08/2013): Hockey Hall of Famer Brian Leetch and former Philadelphia Flyers scout Patrick Burke have joined the NHL’s Department of Player Safety.

Rangers legends Brian Leetch and Rod Gilbert discuss the NHL lockout (10/2012): Rod Gilbert and Brian Leetch gave their views about the work stoppage after a Madison Square Garden event. Go to news article

Conn Smythe, Emphasis On Conn.: Brian Leetch And Jonathan Quick (06/2012): Of course Brian Leetch remembers the first time he touched the Conn Smythe Trophy.

B&C Morning Show: Brian Leetch Talks Rangers With Boomer & Carton (04/2011): With the Blueshirts currently in the NHL Playoffs and Boomer turning 50 on Sunday, Al Dukes reached out to the legend, Brian Leetch, to talk a little Rangers hockey.