Assuming the hockey stick is authentic, the value can only be determined by the marketplace. Only someone who knows the significance of the players, and has competition from others who also desire to own the piece can give an accurate analysis of value, as only they would know in their mind what would be appropriate and what would be too much.
The cast of Les filles de Caleb - 1990 includes: France Arbour as Religieuse Jessica Barker as Charlotte Baumier Alexandre Bergeron as Oscar Pronovost Richard Blaimert as Edmond Pronovost Vincent Bolduc as Napoleon Bordeleau Normand Daignault as Barman Fanie Demeule as Louisa Pronovost Marilys Ducharme as Blanche Pronovost Gabriel Duchesneau as Paul Pronovost Fabien Dupuis as Arthur Veillette Roy Dupuis as Ovila Pronovost Carmen Ferland as Mme Auclair Michel Goyette as Lazare Pronovost Patrick Goyette as Ovide Pronovost Germain Houde as Caleb Bordeleau Mireille Houle as Blanche Pronovost 1 an Annabelle Lamontagne as Alice Pronovost, 3 mois Lucie Laurier as Emilie Marc Legault as Buveur Hubert Loiselle as Notaire Arthur Germain Jacques Lussier as Henri Douville Nathalie Mallette as Berthe Auclair Julien Mauroy as Mage blanc Marina Orsini as Emilie Bordeleau Pier Paquette as Bell Boy Karine Pelletier as Rose Pronovost Jean Pierre Bergeron as Monsieur Lebrun Luc Proulx as M. Auclair Guy Robitaille as Chantre Guy Robitaille as Chantree Marcel Sabourin as Docteur Sabin Thivierge as Pierre Eustache Simon Vermette as Hedwidge Bordeleau
Sachin Tendulkar Ricky Ponting Vivian Richards Jacques Kallis Inzamam ul Haq
The cast of Blanche - 1993 includes: Pierre Benoit as Serveur Raymond Bouchard as Duhaime Robert Brouillette as Paul Pronovost Jonathan Cabana as Vendeur de journaux Michel Charette as Thibault Marie Charlebois as Pauline Eva Charlotte as Anna Philippe Cousineau as Passager du train Kliment Denchev as Photographe Cristelle Desbiens as Jeanne Pronovost - Enfant Marilys Ducharme as Blanche Pronovost - Enfant Yvan Ducharme as Monsieur Viau Gabriel Duchesneau as Paul Pronovost - Enfant Roy Dupuis as Ovila Pronovost Amulette Garneau as Mlle Dupuis Sophie Gascon as Soeur du dortoir Marcel Girard as Monsieur Frigon Julien Gourdeau as Alfred Desautels Elise Guilbault as Docteur Gauthier Ginette Hebert as Patiente Roger La Rue as Le chauffeur Melanie LeBlanc as Patiente Jacques Lussier as Henri Douville Pascale Montpetit as Marie-Louise Larouche David Noireault as Jules Dominique Normand as Mlle Beauregard Marc Olivier as Chef de gare Marina Orsini as Emilie Bordeleau Caroline Ouellette as Jeanne Pronovost - Adolescente Jean Petitclerc as Wilfrid Lefebvre Guy Provost as Docteur Perron Kelly Ricard as Bonne Frigon Patrice Savard as Serveur
Yes. Larry Robinson, Ken Dryden, and Howie Morenz were born in Ontario. Jacques Plante, Doug Harvey, Jean Beliveau, Bernard Geoffrion, Maurice Richard, Dickie Moore, Yvan Cournoyer, Henri Richard, Serge Savard, and Guy Lafleur were born in Quebec.
Jacques = Ya'akov (????)
Jacques Morion has written: 'Jacques Morion'
Jacques Halbert has written: 'Jacques Halbert'
Jacques Marbeuf's birth name is Jacques Gauthier.
Jacques Mercanton's birth name is Jacques Spiri.
Jacques Daroy's birth name is Schenk, Jacques.
Jacques Deray's birth name is Jacques Desrayaud.
Jacques Deval's birth name is Boularan, Jacques.
Jacques Simon has written: 'Le grand Jacques'
Jacques Perrin's birth name is Jacques Simonet.
Jacques Stany's birth name is Jacques Stanislawski.
Jacques Tati's birth name is Tatischeff, Jacques.
Jacques Terrane's birth name is Jacques Tartire.
Jacques Dumesnil's birth name is Joly, Jacques.
Jacques Fabbri's birth name is Fabricotti, Jacques.
Jacques Jansen's birth name is Jacques Toupin.
Jacques Krauss's birth name is Kraus, Jacques.
Jacques Castelot's birth name is Storms, Jacques.
Jacques Cartier was from France.