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Born in Quebec City, Henry, nicknamed 'the eel', had his greatest success wearing number 21 for the New York Rangers where he won the Calder Memorial Trophy as National Hockey League rookie of the year in 1954 (beating out Jean Beliveau). Although he usually played Centre, Camille was the second team NHL all star left winger in 1958, the year he also won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for sportsmanship combined with production. In 1964/65 he was team Captain. At 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m) and 150 lb (68 kg), he was generally regarded as the smallest man in the NHL at the time and suffered numerous injuries throughout his career. He was known for his ability to swat the puck out of mid air to score goals. He did a few stints in the minor leagues including the Providence Reds in 1955/56 when they won the American Hockey League Championship - the Calder Cup. (Like Gump Worsley the year before (1953), he was named rookie of the year then was sent by the New York Rangers to the minor leagues for a year - probably to lessen his value and keep his compensation low). He played for the Chicago Blackhawks later in his career and he coached the Kansas City Blues of the Central Hockey League in 1969/70 and then coached the New York Raiders of the World Hockey Association but he never duplicated his early success.Presented here is a prediction by Henry on the Ali-Frazier II bout.
This is a signed prediction by Henry on ther Ali-Frazier Ii bout.The prediction is in response to a request by Ring magazine.The prediction is on Ring magazine stationary that measures 8 1/2 inches by 11 inches.The paper has folds from mailing and corner and edge wear.The signature is in ink and clean.

Size: 8 1/2 x 11

Condition: very good