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Wings' wives selling Mom's Day pucks

Friday, 05.11.2007 / 4:44 PM ET / News
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Wings\' wives selling Mom\'s Day pucks
DETROIT -- Looking for a last minute gift for mom this Mother's Day? The Red Wings' wives can help.

Fans attending Game 2 of the Western Conference finals on Sunday, May 13 can participate in a surprise puck draw to benefit the Detroit Red Wings Foundation.

For $20, fans can purchase a puck signed by a current Red Wings' player. The selection is at random and two lucky fans, who draw pucks signed in gold, will receive an autographed jersey.

The pucks -- wrapped in Red Wings' colors complete with candy to satisfy mom's sweet tooth -- will be available for purchase at tables set up on the concourse at Joe Louis Arena beginning at 5:30 p.m. (when the doors open for the game).

Fans are encouraged to get to the puck draw tables early as pucks at an earlier event this season sold-out prior to game time.

The Detroit Red Wings Foundation is a division of Ilitch Charities for Children. The foundation's mission is to satisfy the unique needs of our community through the sport of hockey.


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