The first 400 guests at the Hall with full paid admission will receive a special ticket that provides access to the autograph session plus one free limited edition Boston Bruins collectible poster - only this poster will be autographed. No outside items will be signed.
Access will be based on a first-come, first-served basis and all guests with the special ticket are required to return to the Hockey Hall of Fame no later than 3:00PM to secure their spot in line - those who do not return by 3:00PM may lose access to the event.
Bruins forward Gregory Campbell
said he's excited to be visiting the HHOF.
"Yeah, I think the hall of fame is a really cool place," said Campbell. "I'm sure everybody in here's been there at one point in their life but I think there's a lot of cool things in there and I think it's maybe a little underrated. Not the importance - but kind of the 'awe' factor, you know."
The Hall celebrates all Stanley Cup champions, and the Bruins are no different.
"It's cool that we have our own little exhibit now and if you really take time to go through there and appreciate the history of that building, I think it will be cool," added Campbell. "I've been there a few times and there's some things in there that really open your eyes."
The autograph signing will take place in the Great Hall amongst the greatest collection of silverware in the world.
In addition, on Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 12:00 p.m. Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli and President and Hockey Hall of Fame Honored Member Cam Neely will be on hand to donate a 2011 Stanley Cup Championship ring.
The ring will go on display in the Hockey Hall of Fame's NHL Zone alongside a distinguished collection of Stanley Cup rings including the first ring ever presented in 1893 to the Montreal AAA as well as the 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007 championship rings.
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