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Thread: Bruins Fan's Returns

  1. #421
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruins Fan View Post
    Vincent Riendeau
    c/o Hamilton Bulldogs
    101 York Boulevard
    Hamilton, ON L8R 3L4
    1/31/2013 - 3/4/2013 (32 days)
    4/4

    Rod Seiling
    c/o Ontario Racing Commission
    10 Carlson Court, Suite 400
    Toronto, ON M9W 6L2
    1/31/2013 - 3/4/2013 (32 days)
    4/4
    seiling was 2/5 for me. good on you.

  2. #422
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    Daniel Paille
    c/o Boston Bruins
    TD Garden 100 Legends Way
    Boston, MA 02114
    1/31/2013 - 03/11/2013 (39 days)
    4/4

  3. #423
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    got cards back today

    thank you!

  4. #424
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    Dean Prentice
    350 Doon Valley Dr.
    Kitchener, ON N2P 2M9
    3/5/2013 - 3/15/2013 (10 days)
    4/4

    I wonder if anyone else wondered about this:
    My letter was also signed with a note "Thanks for the kind remarks". Does his writing look a little too, dare I say, "girlie" for an 80 year old guy? Just wondering if anyone else thought this.

  5. #425
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    Dean Prentice

    I got mine back a few weeks ago and thought the exact same thing you're thinking. The signature is very flowy and feminine.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruins Fan View Post
    Dean Prentice
    350 Doon Valley Dr.
    Kitchener, ON N2P 2M9
    3/5/2013 - 3/15/2013 (10 days)
    4/4

    I wonder if anyone else wondered about this:
    My letter was also signed with a note "Thanks for the kind remarks". Does his writing look a little too, dare I say, "girlie" for an 80 year old guy? Just wondering if anyone else thought this.

  6. #426
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    Don McKenney
    16 Edgewater Dr.
    Norton, MA 02766
    3/5/2013 - 3/21/2013 failure
    0/2 - sent cards back unsigned in return envelope with a note that he charges $5.00 per autograph.

  7. #427
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    Dean Prentice

    Oh My!maybe his wife or some female relation is ghost signing for him.I mean really heres someone thats taking time to sign and kindly thanks people for there kind words.And then said people are actually questioning the way he signs. And then we wonder why some players will not sign ttms.

  8. #428
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    Get over yourself dude! I was just making a comment that I found his writing odd for an older man, that's all.
    If you thought that someone you wrote to used a ghost-signer on your cards, would you be thankful that at least you have a signature on his card or would you rather have the actual player sign them? Yes, I am thnkful to get them back signed, but they seem unusual to me. I hope they are authentic, but if they aren't then I wish he would would just send them back unsigned rather than use a ghost-signer. That's just my opinion.

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    Theoren Fleury
    542 Patterson Grove SW
    Calgary, AB T2H 3N6
    11/16/2012 - 3/22/2013 (126 days)
    6/6
    Told him to keep any he wished, but returned all signed.

  10. #430
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    IP at Red Deer Rebels vs Prince Albert Raiders game #1 of playoffs:

    Josh Morrissey - 2 cards (one for Mark)
    Dave Manson - 4 cards (3 for Alex)

    Mr. Manson would not sign the Leafs card I had for him, he skipped over it and signed the next one. I asked him "No Leafs?", he just said "Nope".

    Also present at the game were Jim Nill and Larry Pleau, but I didn't have anything for them to sign.
    Last edited by Bruins Fan; March 23rd, 2013 at 05:47 PM.

  11. #431
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    Thanks

    Appreciate the help!

  12. #432
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    IP at Red Deer Rebels vs Prince Albert Raiders game #2 of playoffs:

    Boris Protsenko - one card
    Frank Musil - 4 cards

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