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The Want List Issue: TWL011 – January 2012
Cover Subject: George Armstrong
Cover Photo: Toronto Maple Leafs press photos
Cover Price: $5.95 CAN
Web address: www.theWantList.ca/theWantList/twl011

WANTED:
Free cards! Upper Deck delivers on both sides of the border
Free National Hockey Card Day cards are distributed through Upper Deck Company’s network of Certified Diamond Dealers.
MeiGray named Los Angeles Kings Jersey Source
“We’re delighted to be working with the Kings again. They’re one of the NHL’s brightest young teams, with some of the league’s brightest young stars.”
Festivities highlight All-Star weekend
“It is a great weekend for our hockey fans. We’ve been saying all along it’s like an international film festival. All the stars are here, whether it’s players, it’s coaches, it’s managers, it’s media personalities… everybody that’s somebody special in our sport will be here for that weekend.”

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