Bay Roberts resident has NHL Legends sign shaved head

Nicholas Mercer nmercer@cbncompass.ca
Published on February 10, 2014
Bay Roberts resident Steve Bradbury (centre) has his head signed by Stanley Cup champion Mike Krushelnyski.
Photo by Nicholas Mercer/The Compass

There were plenty of autographs handed out before, during and after the National Hockey League Legends game at the Bay Arena on Feb. 8.

The nine NHL veterans, which included Stanley Cup champions, all-stars and Olympic champions, met fans during an hour long meet-and-greet at the Lions Club in Bay Roberts prior to the main event.

Many dozens of people showed up with anything they could find to get signed. There were sticks, hats, books, jerseys, hockey pucks and hockey trading cards.

However, nothing beats what Bay Roberts native Steve Bradbury got signed. Bradbury had already went through the line once, when after some chiding from friends at the event, he got back in line.

This time, Bradbury had the legends sign his shaved head.

nmercer@cbncompass.ca