Toledo Blades Hockey Men/Unisex T-Shirt

Deep Heather
Athletic Heather
Soft Cream

The Toledo Blades and Hornets were the International Hockey League franchise of Toledo, Ohio from 1963 to 1974. The first four years (1959-1963) of the franchise was in Omaha, NE as the Omaha Knights. After moving to Toledo for the 1963-64 season, they were renamed the Blades. The team name was changed to Hornets in 1970. The franchise left Toledo after the 1973–74 season for Lansing, MI, where they became the Lansing Lancers. The Blades were the Regular Season Champions in 1963–64, with 86 points and were awarded the Huber Trophy. The Blades won the Turner Cup in 1964 and 1967.

This updated unisex essential fits like a vintage well-loved favorite. Expertly crafted with an ultra-soft fabric, baby rib collar, reinforced side-seam, and excellent quality print, our shirts will easily be the best in your closet. Solid colors are 100% cotton, heather colors feature a 52/48 cotton/poly blend.

Printed in the US: All of our products are proudly printed to order in the US. Please allow approximately 2 business days for production before your order ships. 

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