2002-03 BAP RALPH HARVEY "BUSHER" JACKSON 1/1 AUTO HOF PAPER CUTS ULTIMATE MEMORABILIA 3RD EDITION. This is the first print run of paper cuts, and are extremely rare and. Desirable, because these were licensed products by the NHL and NHLPA, unlike the versions today.
These cards show either full body, or half body shots, in the NHL uniform. Today's versions are unlicensed, so they legally aren't allowed to show any uniform, only a head shot.
For the history professor, see Harvey Jackson III. June 25, 1966 (aged 55) Toronto.
185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb). Ralph Harvey "Busher" Jackson (January 17, 1911 June 25, 1966) was a Canadian. Jackson played 15 National Hockey League. (NHL) seasons between 1929 and 1944 for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
He was a member of the famed Kid Line. One of the early NHL's dominant scoring trios.And was member of Toronto's 1932 Stanley Cup. He was named to five NHL All-Star Teams. And played in three benefit all-star games, including the Ace Bailey Benefit Game. The first all-star game in NHL history.
Off the ice, Jackson was well known for his high-spending lifestyle and drinking habit that prompted his trade from Toronto to New York in 1939. He was remembered as one of hockey's tragic figures following his retirement, as he struggled with alcoholism and financial difficulty.
He was a figure of controversy within the Hockey Hall of Fame. Selection committee as Jackson's lifestyle and personal problems were used to block his induction. He finally earned a place in the Hall of Fame in 1971, five years after his death.
Jackson is also an honoured member of Canada's Sports Hall of Fame. Jackson grew up in Toronto, playing his youth hockey at "Poverty Pond" in the city's east side before playing at the Ravina Rink.
Where he was discovered by Frank Selke. The assistant general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Selke signed Jackson to a contract and assigned him to the Toronto Marlboros.
In the Ontario Hockey Association. League for the 192728 season.Jackson scored four goals in four regular season games that season, and though the Marlboros were considered a favourite to win the Memorial Cup. The team was defeated in the Eastern final by the Ottawa Gunners. He then led the OHA playoffs with seven goals and nine points as the Marlboros won the OHA championship. Jackson was a leading offensive player for Toronto in the 1929 Memorial Cup. Playdowns, scoring 15 goals and 25 points in 13 games.
The Marlboros reached the final, defeating the Elmwood Millionaires. In a best-of-three series to win the franchise's first Memorial Cup championship. Joining the Maple Leafs for the 192930 season. 18-year-old Jackson was the youngest player in the National Hockey League.In his league debut, against the Montreal Canadiens. Jackson knocked over his idol Howie Morenz. Assessing the youngster's potential following the hit, Morenz offered, "you'll do". Jackson appeared in 31 games for the Maple Leafs, scoring 12 goals and adding 6 assists. He missed some time due to injury, during which he earned his nickname from the team's trainer, Tim Daly.
According to Jackson: Daly asked me to carry sticks for him. I told him I wasn't a stick boy, I was a hockey player. So he said I was nothing but a fresh busher [a term for someone who had just been called up from the minors] and the name stuck.During his first season, Jackson was placed on a line. With two other young players. A teammate of his with the Marlboros, played right wing. The trio formed what became known as the Kid Line.
, one of the early NHL's most famous scoring trios. Whose passes set up both Conacher and Jackson's goal-scoring ability. The Kid Line of Conacher, Primeau and Jackson.Following a 31-point season in 193031. Jackson led the NHL in scoring.
With 53 points in 193132. At 21 years, 3 months old, Jackson became the youngest scoring champion in NHL history, a record he would hold until broken by Wayne Gretzky.
Jackson's 28 goals that season was the most he would score in his career. And he was named to the NHL's First All-Star Team. For the first time of his career.
He added five goals in the 1932 playoffs, including one of Toronto's six in the deciding game of the 1932 Stanley Cup Final. A 64 victory over the New York Rangers. That clinched Toronto's first Stanley Cup. The Kid Line remained Toronto's top offensive threat for several years; Jackson, Conacher and Primeau were the team's top three scorers for four consecutive seasons between 1932 and 1935.Following his league-leading season, Jackson led Toronto offensively in 193233. On November 20, 1934, Jackson set an NHL record when he became the first player in NHL history to score four goals in a period, notching four markers in the third period of a 52 victory over the St.
The record has not been surpassed through 2012, though eleven players have matched it. He was named to three additional All-Star Teams during this time, placed on the second team in 193233 and on the first team in both 193334. Additionally, Jackson played in the Ace Bailey Benefit Game.
Held in support of injured teammate Ace Bailey. It was the first all-star game.
Jackson scored two goals for the Maple Leafs in a 73 victory over the NHL All-Stars. Following four consecutive 20-goal seasons, Jackson slipped to 11 goals in 193536. The Kid Line was finally broken up. While they remain consistent offensive performers, they lacked defensive ability and opposing teams began to find success playing their own top scoring lines against the trio. Primeau subsequently retired in 1936 in favour of his business interests.
Despite the break-up, Jackson scored 21 goals and 40 points in 193637. To earn his fourth and final appearance on the First All-Star Team. Prior to the start of the 193738 season. Jackson played with the NHL All-Stars in the Howie Morenz Memorial Game.
The NHL's second benefit all-star contest. In regular league play, his offence entered a decline as he scored 34 points that season, then 27 in 193839.
Following the season, the Maple Leafs traded him to the New York Americans. The five-for-one deal was unprecedented in NHL history at that time. Prior to his first season in New York, Jackson played in his third benefit all-star game, the Babe Siebert Memorial Game. He represented the NHL All-Stars in a 52 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. In NHL play, he posted 12 goals and 20 points for the Americans, then improved to 26 points in 194041.
He was unable to come to terms with team manager Red Dutton. On a new contract for the 194142 season. However, and did not join the team at the start of the season.
Joining the Bruins gave Jackson the opportunity to play alongside his younger brother Art. He played only 26 games that season due to his holdout, just over half of an NHL season of 48 games, scoring 12 points. Though he played the left wing throughout his career, the Bruins switched him part-time to defence. When they lost players to injury or the Second World War.
He scored 34 points in 194243. And his 19 goals was Jackson's highest total in six seasons. The Bruins reached the 1943 Stanley Cup Final. By defeating Montreal, but lost the series to the Detroit Red Wings. Jackson played a final season in 194344.After which he announced his retirement as a player following a 15-year career. A handsome man with even features.
Jackson lived a lifestyle of a Hollywood. Maple Leafs' owner Conn Smythe. Jackson's habits, particularly his drinking, ultimately played a role in his trade away from Toronto. He unsuccessfully tried to overcome his alcoholism.
Lost two marriages to divorce, struggled to hold a job, and it was said that he could be found outside Maple Leaf Gardens. He emerged as one of hockey's tragic figures. Jackson suffered a series of injuries and ailments in his later years.
In 1958, he broke his neck after falling down a flight of stairs. His recovery took 18-months and cost him mobility in his right hand. He was hospitalized again in 1962 following an epileptic seizure. As Jackson's health failed. He became the focus of a controversy within the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Though he was considered one of hockey's greatest left wingers. And he was famed for his offensive, attacking style and backhand shot.
Jackson's personal problems led Conn Smythe to blacklist him from entry into the Hall. Though Primeau and Conacher had gained induction.Jackson died on June 25, 1966, without being given the same honour. It would be another five years until the remainder of the selection committee finally overruled Smythe and posthumously inducted Jackson into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1971.
Smythe quit the committee in protest. While Jackson's son Kim accepted the honour on his father's behalf. In 1975, he was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame.
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