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NHL Centennial

Canvas, jerseys signed by NHL legends up for auction

Proceeds from one-of-a-kind merchandise autographed by members of 100 Greatest NHL Players will go to National Hockey League Foundation

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The NHL is celebrating its Centennial this season, and now you can own a part of it.

Beginning Monday through April 16, the League will auction off for charity memorabilia from its Centennial Celebration signed by members of the 100 Greatest NHL Players sponsored by Molson Canadian.

A one-of-a-kind canvas signed by all 67 members who attended 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend, including current players Alex Ovechkin, Jaromir Jagr and Duncan Keith, and NHL legends Mario Lemieux, Mike Bossy and Dave Keon, is up for auction. The canvas was signed by the players throughout All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles prior to the on-ice ceremony.

Bruins legend Ray Bourque signs the one-of-a-kind canvas

 

Also that weekend, the 61 of the 100 Greatest NHL players signed jerseys similar to the ones they wore during an on-ice ceremony before the 2017 Honda NHL All-Star Game. The jerseys, with the "NHL100" inscription and the Centennial patch are also up for auction. Proceeds from the canvas and jersey auctions will benefit the National Hockey League Foundation.

 

Other items available as part of "Centennial Auction" include framed line up cards.

There are 30 framed lineup cards (one for each NHL team) that are all from a milestone or noteworthy game. The original lineup cards have been filled out and signed by each head coach of the home and visiting team and have been framed specifically for auction.

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