Chicago Shamrocks 1932 Hockey T-Shirt
Description: Our upgraded premium unisex heathered t-shirts fit like a well-loved favorite, featuring a crew neck, short sleeves, side seams, and designed with superior combed and ring-spun cotton.
- Premium fabric
- Extra soft blend
- Sleeve print
- Side seams
- Unisex sizing
- Shoulder taping
- 52% combed and ring-spun cotton/48% poly, 32 single 4.2 oz
- Wash on delicate cycle, tumble dry low, remove promptly; do not bleach
- Item #: CSHHT
League: American Hockey Association
History: The Shamrocks were owned by Hall of Famer James Norris, who put and AHA team in Chicago after being spurned by the NHL. When the Shamrocks won the AHA title in 1932, Norris petitioned the trustees to be able to compete for the Stanley Cup (which had been open to non-NHL teams until 1926), but was rejected. Norris then purchased the NHL’s bankrupt Detroit Falcons, renamed them the Red Wings, and took his best Shamrocks players with him.
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