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Theo Fleury

Theo Fleury is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player who played for the National Hockey League (NHL) for over 16 seasons. Born on June 29, 1968, in Oxbow, Saskatchewan, Fleury's love for hockey started when he was just a young boy. He began playing organized hockey at the age of six and by the time he was 14, he had become the captain of his local team. At the age of 16, Fleury was drafted to play for the WHL Moose Jaw Warriors, where he played for three seasons before being drafted to the NHL in 1987 by the Calgary Flames. More about Theo Fleury

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Current items with a signature of Theo Fleury

These are the most current items with a signature of Theo Fleury that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailTheo Fleury Autographed 1998 Nagano Olympics Hockey Puck Calgary Flames Canada$13.99logo
thumbnailTheo Fleury Calgary Flames Signed Vintage 8x10 Color Photo A$29.99logo
thumbnailTheo Fleury Calgary Flames Signed Vintage 8x10 Color Photo B$29.99logo
thumbnailTheo Fleury Calgary Flames Signed Vintage 8x10 Color Photo C$29.99logo
thumbnailTHEO FLEURY SIGNED 1989-90 OPC RC BECKETT BAS$122.55logo
During his NHL career, Fleury made his mark as one of the most dynamic and talented players in the league. He played for teams such as the Calgary Flames, the Colorado Avalanche, and the New York Rangers. In his 16 seasons, Fleury played in 1084 regular-season games and he scored 455 goals and had 633 assists for a total of 1088 points. He played in seven NHL All-Star games, won a gold medal in the 1991 Canada Cup, and was part of the 1989 Stanley Cup-winning team with the Calgary Flames.

Throughout his career, Fleury was known for his speed, skill, and tenacity on the ice. He was also a deeply flawed individual, struggling with addiction and substance abuse for much of his professional and personal life. Despite the ups and downs, Fleury remains a beloved figure in the world of hockey and an inspiration to many. His perseverance, talent, and grit on the ice continue to make him a hero to generations of hockey fans. Read even more about Theo Fleury at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Theo Fleury

In total, we tracked 401 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Theo Fleury (Theo Fleury Autographed Calgary Flames Fanatics Jersey (AJ COA and Hologram)) was sold in May 2021 for $356.02 while the cheapest item (THEO FLEURY AUTOGRAPHED CALGARY FLAMES CARD RANGERS) found a new owner for $0.75 in May 2012. The month with the most items sold (16) was May 2011 with an average selling price of $0.99 for an autographed item of Theo Fleury. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2021 with $356.02 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was August 2014. In average, an autographed item from Theo Fleury is worth $10.00.

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

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1990-91 Topps #386 Theo Fleury Beckett Authenticated Autograph$15.00logo
thumbnail2000-01 BAP Signature Jersey and Stick Theo Fleury 1/1 Vault 1 of 1 SL@MRG$24.11logo
thumbnail46992 1991-92 Bowman #249 Theo Fleury FLAMES IN PERSON HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPH$2.50logo
thumbnailTHEO FLEURY Autographed 1989-90 O-Pee-Chee OPC #232 Rookie Card Beckett BAS$59.00logo
thumbnailTheo Fleury Autographed Signed Calgary Flames McFarlane JSA COA - VERY NICE! $89.99logo
thumbnailTheo Fleury Signed 2000/01 Black Diamond New York Rangers Card # 39$14.99logo
thumbnailTheo Fleury Sketch Card Limited 5/50 Edward Vela Signed$1.99logo
thumbnailTheoren Theo Fleury 2000 SP Authentic Sign of the Times Auto Autograph #TF$6.50logo

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Latest News about Theo Fleury

Theo Fleury's plan to better support mental health (03/01/21): The 52-year-old has taken up the cause to help others that are struggling, working to erase the stigma that he feels still exists. Go to news article

Mediaplanet's Digestive Wellness: Canadian NHL alumnus Theo Fleury, along with l (03/31/15): TORONTO , March 31, 2015 /CNW/ - Mediaplanet announces distribution of its first cross-platform edition of "Digestive Wellness", raising awareness about various digestive illnesses and diseases ...

Former NHLer Theo Fleury talks about his visit to Stony Mountain prison (03/17/15): Former NHL star Theo Fleury, who has written about the abuse he endured as a young hockey player, talks with co-author Kim Barthel about his book and his visit to Stony Mountain Institution, a Manitoba prison.

Playing with Fire follows Theo Fleury’s life from victim to victor (03/03/15): Theo Fleury’s incredible story of survival is played out onstage in Playing with Fire, a one man play based on his autobiography that portrays his troubled home life, years of sexual abuse that led to alcohol and drug addictions, and how he was able to turn his life around.

Colin MacLean: Playing With Fire: The Theo Fleury Story is outstanding (01/30/15): Theoren Fleury was a feisty little guy who came out of Saskatchewan in the '80's and forged his way through the NHL playing for New York, Colorado and Chicago and probably, most notably, for the Calgary Flames.

Older News Stories about Theo Fleury

Former NHL star Theo Fleury stops by mayor’s office to talk hockey, mental healt (01/2015): A day after millions texted and Tweeted to raise funds and awareness around mental health, Theo Fleury said the internet became a “safe place” for their stories but the conversation needs to continue in the days and months to come. … Continue Reading

Conversation with a Rattlesnake, Theo Fleury stops in Saskatoon (11/2014): Theo Fleury stops in Saskatoon, promoting his new book “Conversations with a Rattlesnake.”

Strang: Theo Fleury wants you to give Gary Bettman a break (10/2014): Never one to hold back, the former star goes off on Bettman haters, homophobes Go to news article

Theo Fleury gets honorary degree (06/2014): Theo Fleury is being presented with an honorary degree from the University of Guelph-Humber. Go to news article

Theo Fleury posts ‘Oscar selfie’ with former Calgary Flames (05/2014): Theo Fleury snapped a memorable photo of him with some former Calgary Flames, as they celebrated the 25th anniversary of the team’s Stanley Cup victory,

Theo Fleury shares tales of therapy, healing at workshop in Barrie (04/2014): • Presented by New Path Foundation, Fleury and Barthel will speak at Georgian Theatre May 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. • Tickets are $195 each plus HST, with beverage breaks and lunch provided.

Theo Fleury sheds his skin in new book (03/2014): Only two Calgary Flames numbers — 9 and 30 — hang from the rafters of the Saddledome.

Theo Fleury to speak in Merritt Thurs. (02/2014): This Thursday, Merritt will be visited by a former NHL All-Star, Stanley Cup champion and Olympic gold medalist. Go to news article

Theo Fleury 'not surprised' Graham James could be paroled (11/2013): Theo Fleury says he is "not surprised'" that his abuser, hockey coach Graham James, is up for full parole.

Theo Fleury, Joel Plaskett to judge NHIC Song Quest (10/2013): The puck drops Saturday night in a nation-wide contest to find Canada’s next great hockey song. CBC-TV's Hockey Night In Canada along with CBC Music are launching Song Quest, a competition to find a new pop or rock song that reflects the game of hockey,

Former NHL star Theo Fleury is coming to London to share his experiences of addi (09/2013): Former NHL star Theo Fleury has become equally well-known as a survivor of abuse sharing his story to help others heal.

Theo Fleury helps daughters of poor family pay for hockey (08/2013): Thanks to a little help from Theo Fleury, a pair of underprivileged girls will be able to lace up their skates this year.

Theo Fleury helped change society's view of child sex abuse victims (07/2013): Child molesters typically teach their victims to keep quiet, either through threats or rewards, and that silence often carries on into adulthood.

Theo Fleury: Long recovery ahead from Calgary flood (06/2013): Former NHL star Theo Fleury tells Hockey Night in Canada Radio host Rob Pizzo and co-host David Amber that the recovery period from the Calgary flood will be a long one. Go to news article

Victor Walk: Theo Fleury calls for healing after 'life-changing' trek (05/2013): After a 10-day walk from Toronto to Ottawa, former NHLer Theo Fleury says he has talked with the government about the need for tougher laws against child sex abuse, but doubts much will change. Go to news article

Former NHL star Theo Fleury helps Mohawk College talk about mental health (04/2013): Former Calgary Flames star Theo Fleury speaks to students about his addiction, depression and suicide attempt at the Mental Health Expo. Go to news article

Former NHL star Theo Fleury calls for tougher penalties for sexual abusers (12/2012): TORONTO - Former NHL star Theo Fleury is taking aim at Canada's justice system, saying the country's weak penalties for sexual abuse make it a "Disneyland for pedophiles."

Former Flame Theo Fleury records song for new album (11/2012): Theo Fleury has given and taken his share of hits after more than 1,000 games in the NHL, but he hopes he's got plenty more left in him.

Theo Fleury wants Canada to follow American lead on sentencing pedophiles (10/2012): Former NHLer was molested by former junior coach Graham James Go to news article

Calgary critics pick Theo Fleury story as best play (08/2012): A group of Calgary theatre critics have picked Playing with Fire: The Theo Fleury Story as the best production of the year.

Theo Fleury Story scores theatre award nominations (07/2012): The one-man play based on the story of hockey player Theo Fleury – titled Playing with Fire – has six nominations, including a nod for best production, for the Betty Mitchell Awards.