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The Want List Issue: TWL012 – Montréal Canadiens
Cover Subject: Canadiens game jersey
Cover Price: $5.95 CAN
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Game jerseys represent the ultimate in hockey collecting
Fans can purchase the actual game-worn jerseys via the Montréal Canadiens direct. Collectors are not just looking for the new game-worn jerseys, but the vintage jerseys, too.
Habs Zone offers best line of Canadiens merchandise
If you are going to show your “Habs colours with pride,” then the place to shop is the official Montréal Canadiens team store.
Upper Deck cards return to McDonald’s… in Montréal
In February, McDonald’s Restaurants in Québec sold hockey card packs of 2011-12 Upper Deck Montréal Canadiens.

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The Want List (pick an issue)

• Canadiens Hall of Fame
With a tour of the Canadiens Hall of Fame, fans can enter a “life-size version of the 1976-77 Canadiens dressing room.”
• From their collection to your collection (Classic Auctions)
“You forget about the things you have sometimes. There were all kinds of things that I could not believe people would buy.”
• In The Game Bleu, Blanc et Rouge
“I would stack up the memorabilia in this set against any other memorabilia collection in any other set and any other sport.”
• The Grande Trio
“We have a system that is offensive, but we also have the players that make the system work.”

• 1970s: Overlooking a classic?
Montréal’s four 1976-77 NHL First Team All-Stars were recognized in the 1977-78 O-Pee-Chee set: Ken Dryden, Larry Robinson, Guy Lafleur and Steve Shutt.
• 1970s: Price Guide
Graded price guide from 1970-71 to 1979-80, from the 2012 Vintage Collector’s Almanac & Price Guide.

• THE HERSH REALITY: Autograph Signings | by Hersh Borenstein
Fake jerseys are not helping the autograph industry at all. These cheap imports are horrendous in quality.
• A PIECE OF HOCKEY HISTORY: The Broad Street Jerseys | by Barry Meisel
It has been an MVP season for equipment manager Derek Settlemyre and his assistant Harry Bricker and Rock Oratorio.

Seventeen Canadiens have been honoured with the retirement of their jersey number by the Montréal franchise.