The Philadelphia Arrows were a hockey team formed in 1927. It was Philadelphia's first ever pro hockey team, and they played in the Canadian-American Hockey League. The Arrows played their home games at the Philadelphia Arena, and battled teams such as the Quebec Castors and the Boston Tigers. The team was coached by Herb Gardiner, who just a season earlier had won the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player. The team was affiliated with the Boston Bruins of the NHL, and started with 6 former Bruins as players. The team changed its name to the Ramblers in 1935, then moved to the American Hockey League in 1936. They continued playing in that league until folding in 1941.
The maroon design is printed locally on a dark heather grey Bella+Canvas tri-blend shirt.
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Part of the Shibe Originals collection - designs by Philly artists and exclusively available at Shibe Vintage Sports.