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Commemorative Year II Puck To Be Handed Out Tuesday

Monday, 03.20.2006 / 10:01 AM CT / News
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Commemorative Year II Puck To Be Handed Out Tuesday

The second of four special edition commemorative pucks depicting the Greatest Moments in Wild history, will be given to all fans in attendance of the Wild’s game against Calgary on Tuesday, March 21. The puck, which features an image of Jacques Lemaire coaching his team to a 4-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens in his 600th career game, will be handed out to all fans in attendance as they exit the arena following the conclusion of the contest.

A total of four pucks will be handed out at select Wild games through the end of the season. A puck that commemorates Year V will be available at the Hockey Lodge beginning on Monday, April 17, 2006.

Here is a schedule of when the commemorative pucks will be given to fans:




 Greatest Moment

 Year I

 March 14


 The NHL’s return to Minnesota

 Year II

 March 21


 Jacques Lemaire’s 600th career game

 Year III

 April 4

 St. Louis

 Game Seven playoff victory over Colorado

 Year IV

 April 11


 NHL All-Star Weekend

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