Our Chicago Blackhawks-Inspired hockey art print reflects the storied history of one of the NHL's Original Six legendary teams. The Chicago Black Hawks began play in the 1926–27 season, along with new expansion franchises Detroit Cougars and New York Rangers. The Portland Rosebuds of the Western Hockey League were bought and moved to Chicago yet construction delays meant they would not move into their new home (the Chicago Stadium) until the 1928–29 season. Instead they split their home games between the Coliseum, the Detroit Olympia and the Peace Bridge Arena in Fort Erie, Ontario.
The design of our Chicago Blackhawks Original Six hockey art print series was inspired by the work of the great depression era graphic designer Lester Beall. His work became popular across North America at the same time as the rise of the newly formed NHL. Each Original Six print draws on the team's history, blending historical elements with iconic players of the time Chicago Blackhawk great, Dick Irvin Sr.
This unique art print is ideal for framing and makes a great addition to any Blackhawk, or NHL sport art enthusiast's collection.
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