An NHL Dynasty, and it's not the Bruins

As painful as it might be for an office full of Flyers fans, we are able to admit that the Edmonton Oilers of the 1980's were an NHL dynasty.  Winning 5 Stanley Cups over seven seasons pretty much solidifies that.  We're focusing on the 1986 - 87 team with the release of this beautiful blue jersey, available for team captain Wayne Gretzky and goal keeping legend Grant Fuhr.  The 1986 - 87 Cup was their third title in only eight years of existence.  The seven game series against the Flyers was the first NHL championship to go to seven games since 1971. The Oilers would go on to win again the following season, this time defeating the Bruins in four games. 

Dynasty, right?

Don't miss out on these legendary jerseys, available now.

September 2, 2009 | E-mail | Comments (1) | Comment RSSRSS comment feed

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9/9/2009 3:43:59 PM

Why was that nice looking Mitchell & Ness embroidered logo on the hem replaced with a neck tag?

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