Toronto Maple Leafs Air Canada Centre Arena Picture
This panorama captures one of the most physical rivalries in the NHL®, a tradition that occurs four times a season, as the Toronto Maple Leafs® face off against the Philadelphia Flyers®. The Toronto franchise was established in 1917 and has been one of the most popular teams in the NHL. They have captured over a dozen Stanley Cup® Championships and sent more players to the Hall of Fame than any other team. The club is one of the Original Six™ members of the NHL and was renamed the Maple Leafs on Valentine’s Day 1927. The Air Canada Centre opened in 1999; that season the Maple Leafs defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in the first Playoff series ever staged in their new home. This panorama was taken by Christopher Gjevre.
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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