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St. Louis Blues Single Hockey Puck Case
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National Hockey League
The St Louis Blues entered the National Hockey League as part of the 1967 expansion but were not originally looking for a team. Clarence Campbell, the NHL President at the time was looking to the geographic location of St Louis and was encouraged by owners of the Chicago Blackhawks to not grant a franchise to Baltimore, which had put in a bid to be included in the first major league expansion. A partnership formed with sixteen members from within the city of St Louis and they made a formal bid in 1966. They won the franchise but had to buy and renovate the aging St Louis Arena as part of the deal. The arena was expanded from a seating capacity of 12,000 to 15,000. The team has not won a Stanley Cup in its history, but holds league records for attendance. If you have a St Louis Blues hockey puck keep it in our St Louis Blues Single Hockey Puck Display Case.
- Has space to hold a single hockey puck (not included)
- Comes with a FREE nameplate
- Includes an engraved St Louis Blues 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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