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Kimmo Timonen is a retired Finnish professional ice hockey player who had a successful career spanning over 20 years. Born in Kuopio, Finland in 1975, Timonen started his hockey career playing for his hometown team KalPa. He quickly made a name for himself as a skilled and versatile defenseman and attracted the attention of NHL scouts. In 1998, he was selected by the Los Angeles Kings in the 10th round of the NHL Entry Draft, but he continued to play in Finland for a few more years before moving to North America. More about Kimmo TimonenAffiliate disclosure: When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.
These are the most current items with a signature of Kimmo Timonen that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|2000-01 BAP Signature Series National Cleveland Sapphire #35 Kimmo Timonen||$7.93|
|2000-01 BAP Signature Series Spring Expo Emerald #35 Kimmo Timonen||$7.93|
|2000-01 ITG Be A Player Signature Series Kimmo Timonen #35||$1.67|
|2006-07 BAP Signatures Autograph card #KT Kimmo Timonen||$4.48|
|Chicago Blackhawks Signed Kimmo Timonen Opc Card 15-16 Opc||$35.00|
|Kimmo Timonen Autograph Hockey Stick Chicago Blackhawks Beckett Authentic Proof||$129.97|
|Kimmo Timonen Flyers Autograph Nameplate For A Hockey Jersey Case 1.25 X 6||$6.50|
|Kimmo Timonen Nashville Predators 1999 Upper Deck Autographed Card - Rookie Card. This item comes with a certificate of authenticity from Autograph-Sports. A..||$21.99|
|Kimmo Timonen Nashville Predators 1999 Upper Deck MVP Autographed Card - Rookie Card. This item comes with a certificate of authenticity from Autograph-Sport..||$21.99|
In total, we tracked 285 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
The most expensive item with a signature of Kimmo Timonen (KIMMO TIMONEN WC PHILADELPHIA FLYERS SIGNED JERSEY 52) was sold in December 2010 for $200.00 while the cheapest item (2000/01 BAP First Signature Card KIMMO TIMONEN) found a new owner for $0.73 in June 2020. The month with the most items sold (7) was March 2011 with an average selling price of $14.99 for an autographed item of Kimmo Timonen. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in August 2009 with $149.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.86 was June 2020. In average, an autographed item from Kimmo Timonen is worth $12.99.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Kimmo Timonen were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|2000-01 Be A Player BAP Signature Series Autograph Auto Kimmo Timonen #103||$1.99|
|2002-03 BAP Signature Series Autographs #34 Kimmo Timonen||$4.68|
|2002-03 ITG Be A Player Signature Series Autograph Card Of Kimmo Timonen||$0.99|
|Autographed Kimmo Timonen Signed Philadelphia Flyers Hockey Puck||$30.00|
|Autographed KIMMO TIMONEN Signed Philadelphia Flyers Logo Hockey Puck||$25.00|
|Kimmo Timonen Auto 2002-03 Signature Preds NHL||$3.60|
|Kimmo Timonen Chicago Blackhawks SIGNED 2015 Champs Puck Autographed Auto||$34.99|
|Kimmo Timonen Signed Autographed Team Finland Hockey Puck b||$54.99|
|KIMMO TIMONEN SIGNED CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS 8X10 PHOTO W/PROOF # 2||$29.99|
|KIMMO TIMONEN, NHL EXTREMELY RARE AUTOGRAPHED 2007-2008 PHOTO||$23.00|
Facing retirement, Blackhawks' Kimmo Timonen focused on Stanley Cup (03/24/15): PHILADELPHIA — Tuesday was a day off for the Blackhawks, so Kimmo Timonen was able to go back on his blood-thinning medication.
Flyers trade Kimmo Timonen to Blackhawks for pair of draft picks (03/2015): Tap here to access theScore's NHL Trade Deadline Tracker, which includes the latest transactions and rumors. Kimmo Timonen 's journey back to NHL ice has taken a sharp turn - right into the Western Conference playoff race.
Flyers want Kimmo Timonen back, but 4-time All-Star to think about retirement (05/2014): TImonen says he'll only play with Flyers if he opts to keep playing and that he's not concerned about his salary.
2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Rangers will find Flyers 'really tough' to beat, Kimm (04/2014): For the Flyers, winning the first-round series against the Rangers starts with winning a game at Madison Square Garden.
Kimmo Timonen's two goals not enough for Flyers (03/2014): Joffrey Lupul scored 2:21 into overtime for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who squandered a third-period lead but bounced back to beat the Flyers 4-3 on Saturday night.
Final Olympic experience a joy for Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen (02/2014): Feeling rather pleased with himself, Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen held the blue strap that left a bronze medal dangling at the end.
Kimmo Timonen deserving of his $6 million deal (01/2014): On Feb. 7, 2013, the Flyers initially announced a one-year, $6,000,000 extension for Timonen to remain the team's highest paid defenseman. $6,000,000? Yeah, really.
Kimmo Timonen leaves with lower body injury (10/2013): The Philadelphia Flyers are already having some issues defensively this season, and this news isn't likely to make things any better. Defenseman Kimmo Timonen had to leave Thursday's game against Pittsburgh after two periods with what the team is calling a "lower body injury."
Philadelphia Flyers season preview: What's Kimmo Timonen got left in the tank? (09/2013): Loading... * He was the team's only undisputably good possession player on the blueline. * He was possibly the best power play defenseman in the league that didn't play for Montreal.
Kimmo Timonen unsure if next season will be his last (08/2013): When Kimmo Timonen signed a one-year, $6 million deal with the Philadelphia Flyers, many assumed that the upcoming season would be his last with the club and possibly in the NHL.
Philadelphia Flyers lose Kimmo Timonen for season (04/2013): If you skated as a defenseman for the Philadelphia Flyers on opening night, now might be the time to invest in a high-quality protective plastic bubble.
McCAFFERY: Kimmo Timonen, Flyers ready to make up for lost time (01/2013): VOORHEES, N.J. — To some, the NHL lockout was an investment, a way to pay up front for a little more later. To others, it was an inconvenience, a necessary effort. Then, there was Kimmo Timonen. He’s 37. And to him, that made the possibility of a lost season a threat.
Even a lockout shortened schedule would be dicey for Kimmo Timonen (09/2012): He's older and tired of getting hurt after all.