1932 Hockey CanadaHockey_Canada1932_Grey_11x14 $39
Our 1932 Hockey Canada art print makes the perfect addition to any hockey fan's collection that appreciates the game's history or Canada's golden legacy on the world hockey stage. From 1920 until 1952, Canada won a string of Olympic gold medals. It wasn't until 50 years in later that the 2002 men's team would again claim gold, re-establishing Canada's status as a world Olympic powerhouse.
Canada has won World Championship gold since 1920. The Allan Cup champions typically represented Canada on the early world and Olympic hockey stage. The Trail Smoke Eaters were the last amateur club team to win a gold medal in 1961. In 1963, Father David Bauer founded the national team as a permanent institution, first competing for gold at the 1964 Winter Olympics. The nickname "Team Canada" was first used for the 1972 Summit Series and has been frequently used to refer to the Canadian national team ever since.
The inspiration behind our 1932 Hockey Canada art print
Our 1932 Hockey Canada art print was inspired by the 1932 Canadian men's team jersey worn by the gold medal champions, the Winnipeg Hockey Club, at the Lake Placid Winter Games. Its vintage design features the team crest on a replica jersey overlaid on an antique map of Canada to represent the national importance of the game.
- Heritage-inspired Canada's 1932 Gold medal team
- Authentic antique map of Canada background
- Individually printed to order on heavy, satin photo paper using a large format, 9-colour ink process
- Museum-quality (Giclée) inks and paper guaranteed not to fade or yellow for 200 years
- Canadian-made, gallery-style hardwood frames with matte lacquer finish
- Prints are protected behind thick acrylic—clear as glass and won't break during shipping
- Acid-free, foam core backing board
- Hanging hardware installed—ready to hang out of the box!