From the Archives: Hockey Art of Yesteryear

One of the beautiful parts of following the NHL – way back when – was the amazing artwork that accompanied team magazines, guides and programs, as well as daily newspapers.

Nationally known artists such as Norman Rockwell, Burris Jenkins Jr. and Willard Mullin were some of the more renowned craftsmen who painted and drew hockey scenes dating back to the mid-1920s.

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