Hey! My name is Will and I live in Breese, Il near St. Louis. Working for a religious group, I was assigned to work at a soup kitchen/thrift shop. While in the basement of the thrift shop, I found some old hockey sticks. most were wooden and/or broken. However, I was able to find a Easton T-flex 100 aluminum. It looked like a great stick I grabbed it out of the pile. Then I noticed a autograph at the end of the stick. I bought it right than and there. I was guessing it was a St. Louis Blues player, but that's the thing. I have no idea who this is! Can someone please help? P.S. This image maybe upside down as i have no idea how to make out this name.
It's Jim Campbell's autograph. He wore #10 for the Blues.
Here is an auction for another item signed by Campbell.
Oh wow! Thank you so much! This helps a ton! Love this website!
Jim Campbell played 1 season for my local minor league team the Manitoba Moose. I had a stack of about 100 of the same 1990-91 upper deck cards of him and asked him to sign a couple. While signing I told him about my deal with Randy Carlyle and Scott Arniel that they will sign my entire stack at the beginning of the season and I will not ask for another one for the rest of the season and he agreed to do the same with all 100 cards I had of his! Great guy all around, but i'm not so sure his stuff his worth much of anything.