Class of '67 NHL Expansion Alliance Tee

$62.00 CAD
  • Class of '67 NHL Expansion Alliance Tee
  • Class of '67 NHL Expansion Alliance Tee
  • Class of '67 NHL Expansion Alliance Tee

Class of '67 NHL Expansion Alliance Tee

$62.00 CAD
$62.00 CAD

A SPORT Gallery Exclusive!

Stay in style and support hockey history year-round with this awesome and comfortable men's heather grey and black 3/4 length sleeved tee by Red Jacket. Features a discharge print design for the 1967 NHL Expansion, with logo for each new addition to the league for that fall - California Golden Seals, St. Louis Blues, Los Angeles Kings, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and Minnesota North Stars!

  • Made by Red Jacket
  • Officially licensed by the NHL
  • 100% Cotton

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The Expansion Era

The Expansion Era

1967 marked the end of an era in the NHL--the Original Six era. The league went from six teams to 12 in one season, and that marked the beginning of the league's expansion era as hockey looked to spread across North America. From the Minnesota North Stars and the California Golden Seals in '67, to the Hartford Whalers and Quebec Nordiques in the '79 NHL-WHA merger, teams came and went as the NHL looked for more successful cities for franchises to thrive.

The Expansion Era

The Expansion Era

1967 marked the end of an era in the NHL--the Original Six era. The league went from six teams to 12 in one season, and that marked the beginning of the league's expansion era as hockey looked to spread across North America. From the Minnesota North Stars and the California Golden Seals in '67, to the Hartford Whalers and Quebec Nordiques in the '79 NHL-WHA merger, teams came and went as the NHL looked for more successful cities for franchises to thrive.