The St. Paul Vulcans - Twin Cities Vulcans were a minor hockey team in Minnesota for 27 seasons from 1973-2000. The story of the Vulcans starts back in the fall of 1967 when a group of local hockey leaders observed a gap in the progression of competitive hockey alternatives for those Minnesota hockey players who did not move onto College hockey. These players didn't have a viable option to sharpen their skills for future advancement to the collegiate level and beyond. The Minnesota-Ontario league or the Canadian American Hockey League (Can-Am for short) was formed to fill this development gap. The St. Paul team was named the Win Stephens Buick (1968-70), who later became the Minnesota Junior Stars (1970-1973). This league eventually evolved into the Midwest Junior Hockey League (MJHL) in late 1972 after the Can-Am league ceased operations.
This shirt features the historic St. Paul Vulcans front logo depicted in exact accuracy to the game-worn jerseys on a soft t-shirt made from heathered texture and tri-blend 50% polyester, 37% cotton, and 13% rayon has a distinctive, yet comfortable vintage feel that you'll want to wear everyday, with accented VMH back shield logo.
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