Add a piece of history to your hockey collection!
Fans line up around the block to enter Chicago Stadium, the raucously loud “Madhouse on Madison” and home of the Chicago Blackhawks from its opening in 1929 until its closing in 1994. Built at a cost of $9.5 million, the Stadium was the largest indoor arena in the world at the time of its construction, with a capacity of 16,000 for hockey and 17,000 for basketball. The building featured a 3,663-pipe Barton organ with the world’s largest console (six keyboards). It was also the last NHL venue to have an analog game clock (a Bulova, from 1943 to 1975).
This historical image is complete with white faux matting. The print is framed by a 14” x 18” x ¾ high-quality MDF black frame with a glass front panel. The frame comes equipped with pre-mounted hooks so it is conveniently ready-to-hang. The piece ships with a protective acrylic cover to minimize breakage and increase the lifespan of your product.
- Exclusive to the Hockey Hall of Fame
- Frame measures 14” x 18” x ¾
- Print measures 12” x 16”
- High-quality MDF black frame with glass front panel
- Black & white faux matting
- Printed artwork
- Individually boxed and ships with a protective acrylic cover to minimize breakage and increase the lifespan of your product
- Made in North America
- Officially licensed by the National Hockey League (NHL)
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