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Going for Gold World Junior Championship Hockey Cards
GN.018.07
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May 10, 2007
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Following the extremely successful release of the Going For Gold - Women's National Team boxed set, In The Game is proud to announce the upcoming release of our Going For Gold - World Junior Championships boxed set.

This set will feature the complete Gold Medal-winning 2007 World Junior Championship team along with seven notable former members of Team Canada including Roberto Luongo, Dion Phaneuf and Jason Spezza. For a complete base card checklist, click the link above.

In The Game also secured a complete set of jerseys from the 2007 Canadian World Junior Championship Gold Medal Team from Hockey Canada. Now collectors can get an authentic piece of the Gold Medal action from players including Carey Price, Jonathan Toews, Bryan Little, Marc Staal, Luc Bourdon and Sam Gagner to name a few.

Many exceptional Autograph cards will also be found in this product. These are not just parallels of the base set, but a completely different design, making these cards some of the most exciting Autograph cards ever produced by In The Game. Keeping with In The Game's policy of having no redemption cards in our products, the Autograph card checklist will be released once all the autographs have been received.

There will be two different set configurations for this product:

Tournament Edition

This set includes the 30-card base set (29 players and a Checklist) along with one Autograph Card or one Game-Used Memorabilia Card. The price of this boxed set is $29.95 (US$) plus shipping and handling.

Gold Medal Edition

This set includes the 30-card base set (29 players and a Checklist) along with both one Autograph Card and one Game-Used Memorabilia card. The price of this boxed set is $49.95 (US$) plus shipping and handling. The number of Gold Medal Edition boxed sets will be limited.

Going For Gold - World Junior Championship boxed sets can be purchased on our website or from your local dealer and/or distributor. If you would like to order from our website, click the "Order Form" link above.

The release date for this product is May 1st, 2007.


For more information:

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Director, Communications
Hockey Canada
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