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Win a signed Mike Cammalleri Canadiens jersey from The Hockey News

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The Hockey News

We've got a great way for you to kick off the new NHL season – by winning an autographed sweater from the Habs newest super sniper.

When Mike Cammalleri visited the Hockey Hall of Fame as part of an interview and photo shoot for the Aug. 3 edition of The Hockey News, he signed the jersey he wore – the first Montreal sweater he autographed – and now you can get your hands on this unique piece of hockey history.

Just fill out the form below and you'll be entered to win.

Good luck!

(Attn. U.S. residents: Do not fill in the postal code or province fields in order to submit your entry)



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