Hayley Wickenheiser Autograph

Hayley Wickenheiser OC (born August 12, 1978) is a Canadian former ice hockey player, resident physician and assistant general manager for the Toronto Maple Leafs. She was the first woman to play full-time professional men’s hockey in a position other than goalie. Wickenheiser was a member of Canada women's national ice hockey team for 23 years, from 1994 until announcing her retirement on January 13, 2017, and is the team's career points leader with 168 goals and 211 assists in 276 games. She represented Canada at the Winter Olympics five times, capturing four gold and one silver medal and twice being named tournament MVP, and one time at the Summer Olympics in softball, and is a seven-time winner of the world championships. She is tied with teammates Caroline Ouellette and Jayna Hefford for the record for the most gold medals of any Canadian Olympian, and is widely considered to be the greatest female ice hockey player of all time. On February 20, 2014, Wickenheiser was elected to the International Olympic Committee's Athletes' Commission. In 2019, she was named to the Hockey Hall of Fame, in her first year of eligibility. She was also inducted into the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2019. More about Hayley Wickenheiser

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Wickenheiser began playing minor ice hockey on outdoor rinks in her hometown of Shaunavon, Saskatchewan when she was five years old. She played exclusively on boys' teams until she was 13. Wickenheiser continued playing minor hockey in Calgary, Alberta after moving there with her family. In 1991, she represented Alberta at the 18-and-under Canada Winter Games. Alberta captured the gold medal in the tournament, with Wickenheiser scoring the game-winning goal and being named the Most Valuable Player of the final game.

At the age of 15 (1994), Wickenheiser was named to Canada's National Women's Team for the first time and remained a member until her retirement in 2017. Her first international tournament was the 1994 World Championship, held in Lake Placid, New York. She played three games, and picked up her first international point—an assist, and Canada won gold. Her second World Championship in 1997 also produced a gold medal and she earned a spot on the tournament All-Star team, the first of four such honours (1997, 1999, 2000, 2005). In 1999, Wickenheiser helped Canada to another gold medal and was named tournament MVP. Wickenheiser has seven World Championship gold medals (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2004, 2007, 2012) and three silver medals (2005, 2008, 2009). She was named to Team Canada in 2001, but was unable to compete due to an injury, and was also on Canada's roster for the 2003 World Championship which was cancelled. Read even more about Hayley Wickenheiser at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Hayley Wickenheiser

In total, we tracked 94 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Hayley Wickenheiser (CANADA 2010 WOMEN'S OLYMPIC HOCKEY SIGNED PHOTO HAYLEY WICKENHEISER SOCHI 2014) was sold in February 2014 for $849.00 while the cheapest item ( 2014 Hayley Wickenheiser Autographed upper deck sport card) found a new owner for $0.75 in March 2016. The month with the most items sold (18) was December 2010 with an average selling price of $29.99 for an autographed item of Hayley Wickenheiser. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in March 2022 with $299.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.75 was March 2016. In average, an autographed item from Hayley Wickenheiser is worth $24.99.

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thumbnail 2014 Hayley Wickenheiser Autographed upper deck sport card$0.75logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser & Teammates Signed Hockey Puck$55.00logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser - Team Canada - Autographed Card$7.00logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser Autographed Puck$18.72logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser SIGNED 2009 OPC AUTOGRAPHED WOMEN'S HOCKEY card TEAM CANADA$5.48logo
thumbnailHAYLEY WICKENHEISER signed 2014 SOCHI OLYMPICS Photo PROOF A Canada GOLD MEDAL$34.95logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser Signed 4x6 Photo Autographed Team Canada$3.99logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser Signed 4x6 Photo Autographed Team Canada$3.99logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED TEAM CANADA OLYMPICS 8x10 EXACT PROOF$29.99logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser signed Team Canada Puck autographed 4x Gold HOF JSA$49.99logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser Team Canada Captain & Flag Bearer Signed 8 x 10 Glossy Photo$40.00logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser Team Canada Women's Hockey Autographed Hockey Puck$25.00logo
thumbnailHayley Wickenheiser Team Canada Womens Hockey 2004 Autographed IIHF Card$24.00logo

Latest News about Hayley Wickenheiser

How Hayley Wickenheiser is pushing for women's equality in hockey -- one stick a (01/07/22): Female hockey players have had to make do with equipment designed for men, among other inequities in the sport. That's about to change. Go to news article

Hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser gets spot on Walk of Fame (09/16/14): Move over, movie stars — Olympic hockey great Hayley Wickenheiser is getting a spot on Canada's Walk of Fame.

Women’s hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser has no plans to retire, is aiming for Py (05/23/14): The question momentarily stunned Hayley Wickenheiser, much like a crushing bodycheck into the end boards by a bruising American defenceman.

/R E P E A T -- Media Alert / Photo Opportunity - Hayley Wickenheiser to kick-of (05/02/14): TORONTO , April 24, 2014 /CNW/ - On Saturday, May 3 , five-time Olympic Medalist and women's hockey superstar, Hayley Wickenheiser , will kick-off Jumpstart Charities' May Red Ball campaign at the Canadian ...

Hayley Wickenheiser is a Canadian icon (03/14/14): Hayley Wickenheiser has starred for Canada since 1994, helping the national team win six world championships and three Olympic gold medals. / GLENN RUSSELL, Free Press

Older News Stories about Hayley Wickenheiser

VIDEO: Hayley Wickenheiser brings greetings to Westman schools from Sochi (02/2014): Hayley Wickenheiser and Rebecca Johnston of Canada's gold-winning womens hockey team showed off their medals to Meadows School and Killarney School in a video shot by Brandon teacher Jen Zimmer, who has been in the stands in Sochi cheering on Canada at the Olympic Games. Students from those Go to news article