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P.K. Subban raffling his Jaromir Jagr wig for charity

Donors to Predators defenseman's foundation will be entered to win

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One lucky donor to P.K. Subban's foundation is going to be the proud owner of some legendary hockey history.

Subban announced on social media that he is giving away the wig he wore to honor Jaromir Jagr during the Breakaway Challenge at the 2016 All-Star Game in Nashville.

The Nashville Predators defenseman is aiming to raise $5,000 by 5 p.m. EST on Friday, January 27, which he will match, and all donors will be entered to win the flowing locks or one of 25 photos signed by him and Jagr.

Subban surprised everyone, including Jagr, when he showed up for his turn in the Shootout Challenge dressed as the Florida Panthers forward.

Video: NHL Skills: Subban channels his inner Jagr

"This was a tribute to Jagr and his great career,'' Subban said at the All-Star Game last season. "He's got great hair; he's a good-looking guy, that's where it starts. He's had a great career and obviously he's one of the best players of all time ... this is probably as close as I'll get to him."

Subban said the trainers found the wig, spray painted it, and dug up an old Jofa helmet and referee pants for the stunt.

For a chance to get your hands on that luscious head of hair, you can make donations to the P.K. Subban Foundation.

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