In 1927, Conn Smythe purchased Toronto's hockey club. Being a military veteran, Smythe viewed the maple leaf as a proud national symbol, which influenced his decision to rename the team. He may also have been motivated by his admiration of the amateur club the East Toronto Maple Leaves, whom he scouted regularly. But, during his first year of ownership, Smythe still wanted to show a sign of respect for the previous organization, and thus decided to keep the St. Pats' green and white colours for the remainder of the season.
It takes more than a little cold weather from stopping you representing your favourite team. Stay warm in the Vintage NHL Newburgh '47 toque. Made from a soft acrylic, you'll want to stay out longer to keep it on.
- 100% Acrylic
- Embroidered St Pats team logo on the front
- Officially licensed by the NHL
All holiday items can be exchanged in-store until February 28th , 2021. Items can be exchanged for a new item or for store credit. We do NOT OFFER REFUNDS. But our team is here and happy to help you find something else! Sale items and custom order items are always final sale.
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Due to the provincial lockdown our Toronto gallery is closed for indoor shopping. We are open for curbside pickup on Saturdays.
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