Saturday night in Canada has been known as 'Hockey Night' since the 1930s when Canadians huddled around the radio to listen to Foster Hewitt's iconic NHL broadcasts on the radio. Hockey Night debuted on television in 1952 and has been welcomed into the living rooms of Canadians every Saturday night since.
Our 'Hockey Night' Stubby Beer Bottle Art Print features the logo used by the broadcast during the 1970s and up to the early 1990s. It's featured on our old, fat, stubby friend. Like Hockey Night, the stubby was an instant hit. It was also very practical too, chilling quickly as well as being easy to stack and ship. Sadly, like the HNIC logo, the stubby was replaced with American-style long neck bottles to create wider market appeal.
Our 'Hockey Night' art Print appeals to our love of beer and brings back memories of the glory years of Saturday night hockey and when the quirky Canadian bottle reigned supreme.
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