Win A Chance To Meet Rangers Legends Messier, Leetch & Richter

Rangers 'Captain' Mark Messier

Three legendary New York Rangers will be on hand at the Steiner Sports store in Roosevelt Field Mall this weekend to sign autographs for their beloved fans—including the lucky winner of a Press contest that includes free autographs and an opportunity to meet each of the former players.

The retired fan favorites include:

Mark Messier, aka “The Captain,” whose illustrious career spanned parts of three decades, including 10 years with the Rangers. Messier played in 698 regular season games with New York City’s hometown team, amassing 691 total points. Messier was also a member of the 1994 Rangers’ Stanley Cup winning team.

Brian Leetch spent nearly his entire 19-year career with the Rangers. The defenseman appeared in nine All-Star games, earned Rookie of the Year honors in 1989, was twice honored as the league’s top defenseman, and perhaps most importantly, won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the Rangers championship-winning 1994 season.

Mike Richter was a Ranger until the end. The four-time All-Star goalie played 23 games in his rookie season and never looked back. He secured 16 victories in the Rangers 1994 Stanley Cup run—notching four shutouts.

Time, Date & Prices

The trio of legends will be signing autographs from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Steiner Sports Store on Saturday, Dec. 3.

Event pricing goes as such: $199 for flats/pucks, $210 for equipment, and $40 inscriptions. A bundle package including autographs from all three retired players costs $269.99 for pucks/flats and $299 for equipment.

The contest details are as follows:

Simply enter your name and email address below.

One winner will be picked at random.

One person and a guest will win one autograph (total) from each of the three players and have an opportunity to meet the legendary trio. (Prize subject to players’ schedules and availability.)

Good luck!

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(Photo credit: New York Rangers legend Mark Messier aka “The Captain” by Brendan Lee/Flickr)