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NEW MCFARLANE'S SPORTS PICKS HOCKEY 2- AND 3-PACK PHOTOS
Saluting Hockey Fans with Canadian Retail Exclusives
August 11, 2006
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McFarlane Toys salutes our Canadian hockey fans with a trio of team-centered NHL 3-packs coming this fall to Wal-Mart Canada. Previous hockey 3-packs for the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs, as well as our "In The Crease" Goalies 3-pack were offered exclusively at Wal-Mart Canada in 2005 and were a big hit with collectors.

These 3-packs will be released at Wal-Mart Canada in mid-October, with extra product being sent to each team's home market. Let's take a look at the prototype photos for these 3-packs:

We'll also be releasing three NHL 2-packs this fall, showcasing some of the best players from the six Canadian NHL teams. While there is no shortage of hockey fans worldwide, Canada is where hockey was born, and where the game's passion runs deepest. These NHL 2-packs feature two natural on-ice rivalries and one match-up of players with something to prove.Look for the NHL 2-packs in Canadian Loblaw's stores in late October.

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