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Red Wings sell 'melted ice' to commemorate final season at Joe Louis Arena

Vials sell for $85 U.S. with proceeds going to the Detroit Red Wings Foundation

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A vial of Joe Louis Arena ice rink water, in a commemorative shadowbox, sells for $85 dollars U.S. (Detroit red Wings)

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The Detroit Red Wings are offering fans an opportunity to own a piece of the legendary Joe Louis Arena — in the form of fancy vials of melted rink-water.

For $85 dollars U.S., shipping included, fans get melted ice their hockey heroes skated on in a commemorative "Farewell Season at The Joe" container sitting inside a shadowbox. The box also comes with a framed photo of the farewell ceremony that followed the Wings' final game at the arena.

Supplies are limited with only 3,000 vials available. 

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"Celebrating the 38-year home of the Detroit Red Wings, these commemorative ice vials serve as a wonderful keepsake capturing the essence of The Joe's electrifying farewell," wrote director of community relations and Detroit Red Wings Foundation Kevin Brown in a media release.

Proceeds from the vials will go to the foundation, a non-profit organization that supports initiatives that "contribute to the growth of the sport of hockey."

The Red Wings will play their next season in the newly-built Little Caesars Arena. 

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