Winter Classic jerseys an exclusive opportunity for the fans to benefit sick children

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MONTREAL, Nov. 6, 2015 /CNW Telbec/ - Following the unveiling of the Winter Classic jerseys this afternoon, the Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation is proud to announce an exclusive opportunity that will please P.K. Subban fans as well as those who care for child health. 

Subban, Montreal Canadiens' star defenceman and spokesperson of the Montreal Children's Hospital, has set aside a limited number of his no 76 Winter Classic jerseys that he will autograph on November 29th. 100% of the profits will go to P.K.'s Helping Hand, a fund to assist vulnerable families at the Children's who are financially devastated by a child's illness. These jerseys will be the only Winter Classic jerseys signed by P.K. Subban. 

Jerseys go on sale on November 12th. Quantities are limited so they will be sold on a first come, first served basis. Find out more at 

The jersey signing will be held in the P.K. Subban Atrium at the Montreal Children's Hospital on November 29th in what is expected to become a happening. Attendees will also have the opportunity to buy a P.K. Subban tuque that will be given to a sick child at the hospital. 

The annual Winter Classic outdoor regular season hockey game is widely considered one of the NHL's premier events. This year's game promises to be particularly exciting, as longtime rivals Montreal and Boston face off on January 1 in Boston. 

Take part in this exciting moment by being of the lucky few to purchase an autographed Winter Classic jersey. 


The Montreal Children's Hospital is the pediatric teaching hospital of the McGill University Faculty of Medicine. The Children's is a leader in providing a broad spectrum of highly specialized care to newborns, children, and adolescents from all across Quebec. The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation raises funds to help the Children's remain on the cutting edge of teaching, research and care. The foundation completed its Best Care for Children campaign to build the new state-of-the-art hospital on the Glen site, which opened its doors to patients on May 24, 2015. For more information, please visit 

About P.K.'s Helping Hand

P.K.'s Helping Hand is a fund dedicated to assisting vulnerable families financially devastated by a child's illness. Having a sick child often means one parent has to stop working, which puts a financial burden on the whole family. P.K.'s Helping Hand is dedicated to making sure that these parents don't have to worry about paying for necessities like food and medicine and can instead focus on what's most important: helping their child get well. 

SOURCE The Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation 

For further information: 

Séverine Defouni, Assistant Director of Communications, Montreal Children's Hospital Foundation, Tel. (514) 934-4846 ext. 29238,