Super soft and comfortable, durable and classic. All of our garments are screen printed by hand the old fashioned way, run true to size and are guaranteed to become your favorite to wear everyday.
Tri-Blend Tee - 4.5oz, 50/25/25 poly/combed ring spun combed cotton/rayon, unisex cut with shoulder to shoulder taping.
Ring Spun Crewneck - 8.5oz, 80/20 ring spun cotton/poly, 100% ring spun cotton face, locker patch & twill-taped neck.
Ring Spun Hoodie - 8.5oz, 80/20 ring spun cotton/poly, 100% ring spun cotton face, locker patch & twill-taped neck with fashion drawstrings.
Pacific Coliseum 1970
Past home of your Vancouver Canucks
The 25-year tenure of the Canucks would see the Stanley Cup Finals come to the Coliseum twice; once in 1982, where the New York Islanders would complete their sweep of the Canucks in Vancouver on May 16, 1982, and again in 1994 where they would lose to the New York Rangers in a seven-game thriller. Former owner Arthur Griffiths called the sixth game of the 1994 series, the only Stanley Cup Final game that the Canucks would ever win at the Coliseum, to be "The greatest game ever played at the Pacific Coliseum," and sent the entire city into a frenzy in its wake. The Coliseum would host a viewing of game 7, which the Canucks would lose by a goal, after Nathan LaFayette's potential tying shot went off the post.