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Then-Canadiens winger Mike Cammalleri looks for the puck after Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas made a save in the first period in Boston, Thursday Jan. 12, 2012. Cammalleri was traded midway through the game. (Charles Krupa/Charles Krupa/AP)
Then-Canadiens winger Mike Cammalleri looks for the puck after Boston Bruins goalie Tim Thomas made a save in the first period in Boston, Thursday Jan. 12, 2012. Cammalleri was traded midway through the game. (Charles Krupa/Charles Krupa/AP)

Molson sends Cammalleri his jersey from last game with Habs Add to ...

Mike Cammalleri finally got his hands back on the last sweater he wore for the Montreal Canadiens.

The familiar No. 13 jersey arrived in the mail along with a hand-written letter from Habs owner Geoff Molson, according to a message Cammalleri posted Friday on Twitter.

“Much appreciated thank you. Merci,” he wrote, in part.

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Cammalleri asked former general manager Pierre Gauthier if he could keep the sweater as a souvenir when he was traded to Calgary midway through a game on Jan. 12.

Gauthier told him he would have to pay for it.

There was no word of a bill arriving along with the sweater and Molson's note this week. Cammalleri spent parts of three seasons with the Habs.

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