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 featured several Minnesota born natives, and they played all their games at St. Paul Civic Center and Target Center. The team was named the "Moose" after the St. Paul Pioneer Press conducted a "name-the-team" contest. Despite only 2 seasons of the Moose in Minnesota, they were a representative of professional hockey in Minnesota at a time when the hopes of the state for recovering an NHL team had all but vanished.
This shirt features the Minnesota Moose seven colored 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. More info on the Minnesota Moose can be found HERE