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Detroit Red Wings Single Hockey Puck Case
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Not every hockey team is a winner right out of the gate. The Detroit Red Wings struggled in their first few years in many ways. They changed their name and jerseys at least three times in their first six seasons. They struggled on ice as they just could not attract great players to their squad. All that changed in 1932 when the team was bought by millionaire James Norris who changed the name from the Detroit Falcons to the Red Wings. He also provided the team with the much needed financial backing it required to secure quality hockey players. In the following years a rebuilding program went in place and by 1935 the team had its first Stanley Cup Championship. Detroit added another in the following season. When Gordie Howe joined the team in 1946 there was a need to inject some new life in the Red Wings club and Howe was part of another four Stanley Cup teams. The Red Wings currently have a total of eleven Stanley Cups, the third highest total in the NHL. Hockey pucks from the team are hot collectibles and if you have one you can store it in our Detroit Red Wings Single Hockey Puck Display Case.
- Has space to hold a single hockey puck (not included)
- Comes with a FREE nameplate
- Includes an engraved Detroit Red Wings logo
- Officially licensed by the NHL
- Made in the USA
Inside dimensions are: 3 3/8” Wide, 3 ¼” Deep, And 2 ¾” High.
Overall dimensions are: 4 1/8” Wide, 5 1/8” Deep, And 4 ¼” High.
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