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"Tall Boy Tim" 12x24" hockey card painting Jeremie White of Toronto Maple Leafs legend Tim Horton.

"Tall Boy Tim" hockey card painting Jeremie White of Toronto Maple Leafs legend Tim Horton.

This painting montage is a tribute to my boyhood idols, Hall of Fame goaltenders Ken Dryden, Tony Esposito, Bernie Parent and Gerry Cheevers.

This painting montage is another pinners tribute to boyhood idols, Hall of Fame goaltenders Ken Dryden, Tony Esposito, Bernie Parent and Gerry Cheevers.

Original Six, Black and Gold, Iconic. Rich texture and thick paint are used to pay tribute to the Boston Bruins.

Original Six, Black and Gold, Iconic. Rich texture and thick paint are used to pay tribute to the Boston Bruins.

Wayne Gretzky's play in Canada Cup 1987 rivals his 2002 Olympic Gold as a manager.

Wayne Gretzky's play in Canada Cup 1987 rivals his 2002 Olympic Gold as a manager.

"Miracle on Ice" - This large canvas captures one of the greatest upsets in sports history. At the peak of the Cold War, the American hockey team defeated the Soviets at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics. Days later, they completed their 'miracle' with a Gold medal victory.

This large canvas captures one of the greatest upsets in sports history. At the peak of the Cold War, the American hockey team defeated the Soviets at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics. Days later, they completed their ‘miracle’ with a Gold medal victory.

Miracle on Ice - detail from painting.

At the peak of the Cold War, the American hockey team defeated the Soviets at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympics. Days later, they completed their ‘miracle’ with a Gold medal victory.

After his tragic death, Terry Sawchuk held the incredible NHL record of 103 career shutouts (for 39 years). In 2009, Martin Brodeur surpassed Terry's historic milestone. This original painting is in Terry Sawchuk Jr's home.

After his tragic death, Terry Sawchuk held the incredible NHL record of 103 career shutouts for 39 years. In Martin Brodeur surpassed Sawchuk’s historic milestone. This original painting is in Terry Sawchuk Jr’s collection.

Detail from "Legends of the Crease". Hall of Fame goaltenders Bernie Parent and Gerry Cheevers.

He grew up in the playing the position and still plays rec hockey. This montage is a tribute to boyhood idols, Hall of Fame goaltenders Ken Dryden, Tony Esposito, Bernie Parent and Gerry Cheevers.

"King Richard" - The Vancouver Canucks were the improbable Stanley Cup finalists of 1982. The team had a cast of unlikely characters, a suspended coach and his towel waving replacement. King Richard Brodeur was unbeatable in goal.

The Vancouver Canucks were the improbable Stanley Cup finalists of The team had a cast of unlikely characters, a suspended coach and his towel waving replacement. King Richard Brodeur was unbeatable in goal, everything came together for the Canucks.

"#4 Bobby Orr" from Jeremie White's Icons Series.

" Bobby Orr" from Jeremie White's Icons Series.

"Red Wings" - Detroit is the closest thing to a modern era dynasty.

"Red Wings" - Detroit is the closest thing to a modern era dynasty.

Check out my board of detailed images by Jeremie White - Ken Dryden Rookie Card Painting. The board is best viewed 5 images wide. http://pinterest.com/sportsart/dryden-detail/

Check out my board of detailed images by Jeremie White - Ken Dryden Rookie Card Painting. The board is best viewed 5 images wide. http://pinterest.com/sportsart/dryden-detail/

Artist Jeremie White grew up with the iconic Canucks "Rink and Stick" logo tattooed on his heart. In this piece he has painted the west coast blue and green over a canvas of hockey sticks!

Artist Jeremie White grew up with the iconic Canucks "Rink and Stick" logo tattooed on his heart. In this piece he has painted the west coast blue and green over a canvas of hockey sticks!

"Kansas City Scouts Card" - my painting of Henry Boucha. Circa mid-seventies. Happy Birthday Henry!

"Kansas City Scouts Card" - my painting of Henry Boucha.

Stan Mikita - my painting of his tall boy hockey card.

Like many Canadian kids, Jeremie White collected hockey cards. Stan Mikita’s name captured the artist’s imagination early and has become symbolic beyond his long Blackhawks career.