Columbus Blue Jackets Nationwide Arena Picture
This panorama of the Columbus Blue Jackets playing at their hometown arena in Columbus, Ohio, was taken by James Blakeway. It all began in June 1997, when the National Hockey League® awarded the city of Columbus an expansion franchise that would later be named the Blue Jackets. Just over three years later on October 17, 2000, the club played its inaugural game before a sellout crowd of 18,136 fans. In 2008-09, the Blue Jackets finished their season with the most wins (41) and points (92) in franchise history. The name “Blue Jackets” was chosen to celebrate the patriotism, pride and rich Civil War history of the state of Ohio and the city of Columbus.
Size: 13 1/2 in. x 40 in.
This fine art print is reproduced on pH neutral heavy art stock with UV resistant ink.
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The Framed prints are mounted and backed professionally with a foam core, so the art will never wrinkle under glass. The frame is black glossy aluminum with special tempered glass. A great addition to any office, dorm room, rec room, etc. Is also a very popular gift!
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