Our Winnipeg Jets-Inspired hockey art print reflects the resurrection and return to of one of the NHL's more passionate hockey towns. The Winnipeg Jets entered pro hockey in 1972-73 as a part of the World Hockey Association. They set a new standard for hockey contracts when they signed hockey's first millionaire—Bobby Hull. By 1979 most of the WHA teams had folded and Winnipeg joined the NHL with four other teams. They were Manitoba's team until 1996 when the team sadly left for Phoenix, Arizona. Fast forward 15 years and good fortune once again shone on Jets fans. In 2011 the Atlanta Thrashers folded and moved into the MTS Centre to play in front of some of the NHL's loudest and proudest fans.
Our Winnipeg Jets-Inspired vintage hockey art print was created for passionate Jets fans like you that love the game, your team, its roots, and it's return. It celebrates aspects of Winnipeg's team history, blending modern day design elements like the profile of a CF-18 Hornet and the RCAF roundel, with heritage inspired elements such antique hockey sticks map of Winnipeg.
This unique art print is ideal for framing and makes a great addition to any Jets, or NHL sport art enthusiast's collection.
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