Our Calgary Flames-Inspired hockey art print reflects the history of one of Canada's and the NHL's most passionate hockey towns. On May 21, 1980, a group of Calgary entrepreneurs announced they'd acquired the Atlanta Flames franchise with plans to relocate the team to Calgary. On October 9, 1980, they began to play at the Stampede Corral, the Calgary Flames against the Quebec Nordiques. The team accomplished an amazing early record. In 146 league, playoff and exhibition games at the Corral, they lost only 28 regular times. In October 1983 they moved into the Saddledome where they went on to win their first cup in 1989 with greats like Theo Fleury, Gary Suter, Lanny McDonald, and Al MacInnes.
Our Calgary Flames-Inspired vintage hockey art print was created for passionate Flames fans like you that love the game, your team, and its roots. It celebrates aspects of Calgary's team history, blending modern day design elements like an image of the Saddledome and stylized flame with heritage-inspired elements such as antique hockey sticks map of Calgary.
This unique art print is ideal for framing and makes a great addition to any Flames, or NHL sports art enthusiast's collection.
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