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Blackhawks Charities sells 2013 Stanley Cup champs` home ice

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Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks. Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks.
Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks. Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks.
Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks. Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks.
Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks. Photo courtesy of the Chicago Blackhawks.
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) -

Are you the ultimate Blackhawks fan? Did you miss out on Andrew Shaw's facial stitches? If the answer is yes, there's a new piece of memorabilia you might want to get your hands on.

Chicago Blackhawks Charities is selling limited-edition vials of the 2013 Stanley Cup champions' home ice. The melted United Center ice will go on sale for $99 a vial on Monday, Nov. 18, only on the Hawks' website.

All proceeds will benefit Blackhawks Charities.

Each of the 2013 engraved vials is stored in a leather case embossed with the Hawks logo, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. You can order up to three vials, and they'll be delivered before Christmas – if you place your order right away.

Blackhawks Charities support local organizations that focus on nurturing the health, wellness and education of those in need, especially local youth. The organization has granted over $11 million to Illinois nonprofits since October 1993.

The question FOX 32 poses to you: Would you pay up for this? How much would you be willing to pay for a piece of melted history?

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