Found December 08, 2011 on nhl.com:
The Dale Hunter Era has begun. Now you can walk into the Verizon Center Team Store on Friday before the Caps meet the Toronto Maple Leafs and walk out with a piece of Hunter’s first NHL triumph. The Capitals and MeiGray Group, the team&rs...
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