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Winnipeg Jets

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18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: This 13.5 X 40 panorama has been professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. It captures the opening faceoff of the historic game between the Winnipeg Jets and Montreal Canadiens held on October 9, 2011, at MTS Centre. Since 1999 when this franchise came into the league it was called the Atlanta Thrashers. The inaugural Winnipeg game marked the regular season debut of the Winnipeg Jets in their second incarnation and their return to the NHL after a 15-year hiatus. On May 31, 2011, it was announced that True North Sports & Entertainment Limited would relocate the Atlanta Thrashers of the National Hockey League to Winnipeg for the 2011-12 season. Within minutes of making season tickets available to the public, the team reached its 13,000 seat target. At the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, True North Chairman, Mark Chipman, announced the team name would be called the Winnipeg Jets. The new logos pay homage to the Royal Canadian Air Force.
This 13.5 X 40 panorama has been professionally double matted in team colors and framed to 18 X 44. It captures the opening faceoff of the historic game between the Winnipeg Jets and Montreal Canadiens held on October 9, 2011, at MTS Centre. Since 1999 when this franchise came into the league it was called the Atlanta Thrashers. The inaugural Winnipeg game marked the regular season debut of the Winnipeg Jets in their second incarnation and their return to the NHL after a 15-year hiatus. On May 31, 2011, it was announced that True North Sports & Entertainment Limited would relocate the Atlanta Thrashers of the National Hockey League to Winnipeg for the 2011-12 season. Within minutes of making season tickets available to the public, the team reached its 13,000 seat target. At the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, True North Chairman, Mark Chipman, announced the team name would be called the Winnipeg Jets. The new logos pay homage to the Royal Canadian Air Force.
18 X 44 Double Matted Framed Poster - $189.99
Picture: This 13.5 X 40 panorama from April 20, 2015, at MTS Centre, has been professionally double matted in team colors and framed. It captures the opening faceoff of Game 3 of the National Hockey League Western Conference First Round matchup between the Winnipeg Jets and the Anaheim Ducks. The game marks the first Winnipeg Jets Stanley Cup Playoffs home game held in Winnipeg since April 28, 1996, and the first since the NHL returned to Winnipeg in 2011. It also celebrates a long-standing tradition, the “Winnipeg Whiteout”, which began when the Winnipeg Jets faced the Calgary Flames in the first round of the 1985 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Ironically both the Flames and the current Winnipeg team were franchises that relocated from Atlanta, Georgia. When the first whiteout took place the Atlanta Flames had been in Calgary for five years. Little did anyone know at this time, but after this Winnipeg team left, another hockey team based in Atlanta, the Atlanta Thrashers would relocate to Winnipeg in 2011. Since 2011, the team has sold out every game in the 15,000-seat MTS Centre.
This 13.5 X 40 panorama from April 20, 2015, at MTS Centre, has been professionally double matted in team colors and framed. It captures the opening faceoff of Game 3 of the National Hockey League Western Conference First Round matchup between the Winnipeg Jets and the Anaheim Ducks. The game marks the first Winnipeg Jets Stanley Cup Playoffs home game held in Winnipeg since April 28, 1996, and the first since the NHL returned to Winnipeg in 2011. It also celebrates a long-standing tradition, the “Winnipeg Whiteout”, which began when the Winnipeg Jets faced the Calgary Flames in the first round of the 1985 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Ironically both the Flames and the current Winnipeg team were franchises that relocated from Atlanta, Georgia. When the first whiteout took place the Atlanta Flames had been in Calgary for five years. Little did anyone know at this time, but after this Winnipeg team left, another hockey team based in Atlanta, the Atlanta Thrashers would relocate to Winnipeg in 2011. Since 2011, the team has sold out every game in the 15,000-seat MTS Centre.
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