The black professional game model helmet has been personally autographed by retired Montreal Canadiens Centreman Guy Carbonneau. This helmet features the Canadiens logo on both the right and left side of the helmet, as well as the number 21 on the top centre and back of the helmet. Carbonneau began his long illustrious 19 seasons in the NHL when he was drafted third in the third round of the 1979 NHL draft by the Montreal Canadiens. He spent 13 of the 19 seasons in a Canadiens uniform, recording 40+ points in 8 seasons. During the 1985-1986 seasons Carbonneau lead the Montreal Canadiens to a Stanley Cup championship, scoring 7 goals and 5 assists for a total of 12 points. This would be the first time he would get his name inscribed on the Cup, putting his name on it two more times in 1993 (with Montreal) and 1999 (with Dallas). The 3x Stanley Cup Championship is also a 3x Frank J. Selke Trophy winner, awarded to the NHL's forward who demonstrates the most skill defensively; Carbonneau was awarded this during his time in Montreal. Guy Crabonneau retired from the NHL in the year 2000. Upon retired, he played in 1,318 games scoring 260 goals and 403 assists for a total of 663 points. This helmet is perfect for any Canadiens or hockey fan. It comes complete with a Frameworth hologram and certificate of authenticity.