'The Legend' art print showcases Ottawa Senator's longest standing captain—Daniel Alfredsson—as one of the foundational forces of the moderna era Sens. This commemorative print is one of three commissioned by the Ottawa Senators for the occassion of his jersey retirement ceremony at home on December 29, 2016 vs. the Detroit Red Wings.
'The Legend' art print design is set against a background based on the Ottawa Senator's heritage jersey. An action illustration of Daniel Alfredsson captures the intense expression that made him a legendary competitor. His number 11 frames an antique map of Ottawa that coincidentally includes the first home of the modern era Senators (Landsdowne Park) and the location of the original Ottawa Senators arena (the Ottawa Auditorium at Argyle and O’Connor Streets), long-since torn down and replaced by the main precinct of the Ottawa Police Service.
This unique art print is ideal for framing and makes a great addition to any Sens, or NHL sport art enthusiast's collection.
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