Minnesota Moose Hockey 1994-1996

The Minnesota Moose (1994-1996) were an ice hockey team in the International Hockey League (IHL) and the first pro hockey franchise in the state since the North Stars of the NHL moved to Dallas in 1993. The team was named the “Moose”after the St. Paul Pioneer Press conducted a “name-the-team” contest. The Moose edged out the “Mustangs” in the voting and Kevin MacLean, majority owner, of the eventual Moose was quoted as saying; “The Moose is a name we can have fun with, and fun is a big part of the IHL’s approach to hockey”. The Moose played a majority of their games at the Saint Paul Civic Center in downtown St. Paul, and also played some home games at the Target Center in Minneapolis… read more >

Minnesota Moose 1994 Vintage Men’s T-Shirt

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