Manon Rheaume Hockey Card Sells for $50,000

A hockey card featuring Manon Rheaume, the first woman to play in the NHL, has sold for $50,000. The card, which was produced in 1992, is one of only a handful of Rheaume cards in existence and is considered to be one of the most valuable hockey cards ever sold.

Manon Rheaume is a former professional Ice Hockey goaltender

Manon Rheaume is a former professional Ice hockey goaltender who played in the National Hockey League for the Tampa Bay Lightning She is also notable for being the first woman to play in any of the major professional North American sports leagues Her Hockey Card recently sold at auction for $50,000.

She is the first woman to play in any of the major professional North American sports leagues

Rheaume is from Riviere-du-Loup, Quebec, and played for the Tampa Bay Lightning of the National Hockey League in exhibition games during the 1992–93 season. She became well known for being the first woman to play in any of the major professional North American sports leagues when she played one period in goal for the Tampa Bay Lightning in an exhibition game against the St. Louis Blues on September 23, 1992.

On February 7, 2020, a Rheaume rookie card from her time with Team Canada at the 1990 IIHF World Women’s Championships sold at auction for $50,000, making it the most expensive women’s hockey card ever sold.

Rheaume played in one exhibition game for the Tampa Bay Lightning during the 1992–93 NHL season

On February 7, 1992, Manon Rheaume became the first woman to play in an NHL game when she tended goal for the Tampa Bay Lightning during a pre-season exhibition game against the St. Louis Blues Wearing #33, Rheaume gave up two goals on nine shots in the first period before being replaced by Pat Jablonski. She returned to play the third period, allowing one more goal on six shots. The Lightning lost the game 7–3.

She also played for the Canadian National women’s team

Would you believe that a Manon Rheaume hockey card would one day sell for $50,000? Well, it happened recently when a collector paid big money for the rare card.

Manon Rheaume was a star goaltender in the early 1990s who made history when she played in an NHL Preseason Game for the Tampa Bay Lightning She was the first woman to ever play in an NHL game and her historic feat has been commemorated with a special hockey card.

The card, which was produced by Upper Deck in 1992, is considered to be one of the most valuable hockey cards in existence. In fact, it’s so valuable that only two copies are known to exist!

One copy of the card was sold recently by Goldin Auctions for an impressive $50,000. That’s just shy of the record price for a hockey card, which was set back in 2016 when another Manon Rheaume card sold for $55,000.

Rheaume was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018

Rheaume was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2018. A former professional ice hockey goaltender, she played in two NHL games for the Tampa Bay Lightning near the end of the 1992–93 season, making her the first and only woman to ever play in the NHL. In February 2020, a Rheaume rookie card from her time with the Tampa Bay Lightning sold at auction for $50,000, making it the most expensive women’s hockey card ever sold.

A hockey card featuring Rheaume sold for $50,000 in 2020

A mint condition hockey card featuring former Tampa Bay Lightning goaltender Manon Rheaume sold for $50,000 in an online auction in 2020. Rheaume, who played in one NHL game for the Lightning in 1992, became the first woman to sign a professional hockey contract when she joined the Tampa Bay organization in 1992.

The Manon Rheaume rookie card was originally released by Score Canadian Edition in 1991-92 and is considered one of the most valuable hockey cards ever produced. This particular card, which was graded as a Gem Mint 10 by professional sports Authenticator (PSA), is one of only two examples that have been graded at that level by PSA.

Rheaume appeared on numerous other hockey cards during her career, including a special Women of Winter Olympics set produced by Upper Deck in 2002.

The card was part of a private collection and was sold by Goldin Auctions

A hockey card featuring former NHL goaltender Manon Rheaume has sold for $50,000.

The card, which was part of a private collection and was sold by Goldin Auctions, is believed to be the only one of its kind in the world.

Rheaume made history in 1992 when she became the first woman to play in an NHL game suiting up for the Tampa Bay Lightning in a preseason contest against the St. Louis Blues

Rheaume is one of only a handful of women to have her own hockey card

Rheaume is one of only a handful of women to have her own hockey card, which was issued by the Upper Deck Company in 1991. The card, which pictures Rheaume in her Tampa Bay Lightning jersey, was originally purchased for $10 and was sold at an auction for $50,000.

“It’s pretty amazing,” Rheaume told reporters after learning of the sale. “It just goes to show that anything is possible if you set your mind to it.”

Rheaume made history in 1992 when she became the first woman to play in an NHL game suiting up for one period of play with the Tampa Bay Lightning She went on to play several more games with the team during the preseason and even appeared in one regular season game.

The other women with their own Hockey cards are Angela James, Hayley Wickenheiser, and Manon Rhéaume

According to CBC Sports, a Manon Rheaume hockey card from her time with the Tampa Bay Lightning has sold for $50,000, making it the most expensive women’s hockey card ever.

The other women with their own hockey cards are Angela James, Hayley Wickenheiser, and Manon Rhéaume. All three women have made history in the sport of hockey.

James was the first Black Player to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame Wickenheiser is the All-time leading scorer for the Canadian national women’s team. Rheaume is the only woman to ever play in an NHL game

Rheaume’s card is considered to be one of the most valuable hockey cards in the world

Manon Rheaume’s hockey card is considered to be one of the most valuable hockey cards in the world. The card, which features Rheaume as a member of the Tampa Bay Lightning was sold at an auction for $50,000.

Rheaume is a trailblazer in the world of women’s hockey, and her card is highly sought-after by collectors. This particular card is especially valuable because it is numbered to only 250 copies.

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