Canadian government to auction trove of hockey items


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OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Looking for a copy of Wayne Gretzky's professional hockey draft questionnaire? The Canadian government has one for sale.

A crop of hockey memorabilia is up for bids on the government's surplus website. It's a space where millions of dollars worth of seized goods and stuff the government no longer needs are auctioned to the public.

In the last few weeks, autographed pucks and pictures of hockey greats have appeared on the website, including five items still open for bidding among the approximately 100 autographed pieces of NHL memorabilia the government has auctioned off this year.

The website says all the auction items still up for bids were forfeited to the government.

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