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Vancouver Canucks Goalie Mini Hockey Helmet Display
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National Hockey League
The first goalie to be officially known as a Vancouver Canuck was already a Vancouver Canuck before the team joined the National Hockey League. George Gardner played for the Vancouver Canucks when the team was part of the Western Hockey League. His NHL rights were transferred on December 19, 1969 when the team was purchased and moved to the National Hockey League. The City of Vancouver was turned down in 1967 for an expansion franchise and again the following year as a possible relocation home for the Oakland Seals. The NHL did promise the city a team and in 1969 they granted a franchise which entered the league in 1970. Gardner played only 18 games in his first NHL season with 35 games played by the Canucks second goalie to be signed, Charlie Hodge. Hodge was claimed June 10, 1970 by Vancouver from Oakland in an expansion draft. If you have a hockey mini helmet store it in our dust free Vancouver Canucks Horizontal View Mini Hockey Helmet Display.
- Has space to hold a single mini hockey helmet (not included)
- Display holds helmet in a horizontal view
- Comes with a FREE nameplate
- Includes an engraved Vancouver Canucks logo
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