If you don't already know this man's story, you should really look it up, He was the first black player in the NHL in 1958, and wasn't followed by another until Mike Marson in 1974 But his 4 goals and 10 assists over two seasons with the Bruins were only the beginning of his contributions to hockey. He worked as an ambassador to the sport for decades, and was finally inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018. He did all this whle being blind in one eye due to an injury in juniors, on the off chance you weren't already impressed.
This is a hand carved and printed woodcut, with hand-colored elements. Very limited edition, matted to 11 x 14 and ships in plastic with a cardboard backing, ready to frame in any standard 11 x 14 frame. or you can take him out of the mat and frame the print alone in an 8 x 10 frame.Ships matted and backed, 6 x 8 block with 8 x 10 image area, 11 x 14 overall dimension