Detroit Red Wings to hold equipment, memorabilia sale

Game-worn jerseys from 2012-13 season to be available for purchase

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DETROIT - The Detroit Red Wings will hold a special equipment and memorabilia sale Saturday at Hockeytown Authentics in Troy.

The team says for the first time, Red Wings fans will have the opportunity to purchase game-worn jerseys from the team's recently completed 2012-13 campaign, featuring Henrik Zetterberg's sweaters from his first season as the 36th captain in franchise history.

In addition, various game-worn jerseys from previous seasons will be discounted and available for purchase, the team said.

The sale also includes both used and unused hockey equipment such as team practice jerseys, sticks, skates, gloves and locker room Reebok hoodies with each individual player's number.

Autographed items, including pucks, photos, skates and sticks, will also be available for fans to add to their collections, according to the team. Quantities are limited for all of these one-of-a-kind sale items.

Red Wings season ticket holders will have one hour of exclusive access to this special equipment and memorabilia sale on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The team said the sale will then open to the general public from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Hockeytown Authentics is located at 1845 E. Big Beaver Road in Troy.

Those fans who cannot attend Saturday's sale can still make a purchase by calling Hockeytown Authentics at 248-680-0965. Phone orders will be taken beginning at 1 p.m.

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