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NHL Katrina jersey auction ends Tuesday

by Staff Writer / Nashville Predators

NEW YORK/TORONTO (Nov. 28, 2005) - As it heads into its final 24 hours, the National Hockey League Players' Association (NHLPA) and National Hockey League (NHL) online jersey auction to support those affected by Hurricane Katrina has raised more $335,000. Bidding concludes Tuesday, Nov. 29 at 8 p.m. CST.

On November 16, country music superstar Garth Brooks announced that The Garth Brooks Teammates for Kids Foundation will match up to $1 million of all monies raised in the NHL / NHLPA online auction, which will benefit World Vision's Hurricane Katrina Relief efforts.

Goaltender Tomas Vokoun currently tops the bidding for the Predators at $1,410 while forward Paul Kariya is second highest at $1,100. 

All auction jerseys were worn during the first period of each team's home opener and are authenticated by a special one-of-a-kind patch that confirms the NHL's and players' commitment to the people and communities impacted.  In total, there are 600 NHL game-worn jerseys available in the auction, making it the largest game-worn jersey auction ever conducted by the NHL and NHLPA.
After Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, the NHL and NHLPA joined forces to donate $1 million to the American Red Cross. This jersey auction is a continuation of the league and the players' association's efforts to assist those affected by Hurricane Katrina.
For more information on the auction, please visit the Auction Network.

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