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NAME YEAR HOCKEY CARD SET S-SET # $ TYPE
JEAN BELIVEAU 2005-06 BEEHIVE -
233
2.50
JUMBO
JEAN BELIVEAU 2008-09 O-PEE-CHEE -
580
3.00
LEGENDS
JEAN BELIVEAU 2009-10 O-PEE-CHEE -
572
3.00
LEGENDS
JEAN BELIVEAU 2010-11 ARTIFACTS -
181
3.00
LEGEND
JEAN BELIVEAU 2010-11 ZENITH -
139
0.75
COMMON
JEAN BELIVEAU 2011-12 O-PEE-CHEE -
520
2.00
MARQUEE LEGEND
JEAN BELIVEAU 2011-12 O-PEE-CHEE RETRO
520
4.00
MARQUEE LEGEND
JEAN BELIVEAU 2012-13 ARTIFACTS -
37
1.00
COMMON
JEAN BELIVEAU 2012-13 CERTIFIED -
125
5.00
COMMON
JEAN BELIVEAU 2012-13 O-PEE-CHEE -
525
2.00
MARQUEE LEGEND
JEAN BELIVEAU 2012-13 O-PEE-CHEE RETRO
525
4.00
MARQUEE LEGEND
JEAN BELIVEAU 2012-13 SCORE THE FRANCHISE ORIGINAL SIX
OS4
2.50
COMMON
JEAN BELIVEAU 2013-14 SP AUTHENTIC -
92
0.60
COMMON
JEAN BELIVEAU 2014-15 O-PEE-CHEE -
579
2.50
LEGEND
JEAN BELIVEAU 2015-16 O-PEE-CHEE -
565
2.50
COMMON
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Jean Beliveau

Jean Arthur 'Le Gros Bill' Béliveau (born August 31, 1931 in Canada) is a former professional ice hockey player who played parts of 20 seasons with the National Hockey League's Montreal Canadiens. As a player, he won the Stanley Cup 10 times, and as an executive he was part of another seven championship teams, the most Stanley Cup victories by an individual to date. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1972.

A star at an early age, he was spotted by Canadiens general manager Frank Selke at the age of 15. Selke tried to get him to sign a 'C-form,' the usual form by which NHL teams bound young players to them. Béliveau became a star in Quebec's amateur leagues, and was called up twice for brief appearances by the Canadiens in 1950–51 and 1952–53. He led the Quebec Senior Hockey League in scoring in 1953. However, he did not appear to show much interest in playing professionally. Finally, Selke got an idea—if the QSHL were somehow turned into a professional league, Béliveau would be a professional as well, and under the terms of the B-form he would have to sign with the Habs. At Selke's suggestion, the Canadiens bought the QSHL and converted it from an amateur league to a minor pro league. This forced Béliveau to join the Canadiens for the 1953–54 NHL season (though the Habs owned the NHL rights to all of the league's players in any case).

Three years later, in 1956, Béliveau won both the Art Ross Memorial Trophy as the league's scoring champion and the Hart Memorial Trophy as its most valuable player. During his 18 full seasons in Montreal, he played on 10 Stanley Cup winning teams 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1971. For his last 10 seasons, he was the team captain. He was nicknamed 'Le gros Bill' after a mighty character from Québécois folklore. Béliveau retired at the end of the 1970–71 NHL season as his team's all-time leader in points, second all-time in goals and the NHL's all-time leading playoff scorer.