The Philadelphia Firebirds joined the NAHL for the 1974-75 season with possibly one of the oddest bird logos ever. The red and yellow logo comes together to spell an 'F' for Firebirds with a wild color scheme. On the ice, the Firebirds would find success with future NHL netminder Rejean Lemelin, and an NAHL title in 1976. Following the 1976-77 season, the Firebirds moved to the AHL. The team would play two more seasons in Philadelphia after that before moving to Syracuse, NY for one final season. Long time NHL referee Paul Stewart played for the Firebirds, as well as 1980 Olympic hero Mike Eruzione.
This would make a unique gift for the Philadelphian in your life or a neat find for yourself of a vintage hockey team from the City of Brotherly Love.
This shirt features a clean design.
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About the shirt from the manufacturer:
Our fitted cotton/poly tee should be a staple of everyone’s wardrobe. These tees are perfect when worn on their own, but also a great wear as a layer. The cotton/poly blend makes for a durable wear and a form-fit that won’t change after a few washes and dries.
- 60% cotton/40% polyester| Fabric weight: 4.3 oz (midweight)
- Set-in 1x1 baby rib collar
- Tear-away label for added comfort
- Form-fitting silhouette
- Imported garment; processed and printed in the U.S.A.