Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup Champions Commemorative Posters

Posted June 28, 2011 by Neil Flagg
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For generations of Boston Bruins fans, there was only one image that came to mind when the words “Bruins” and “Stanley Cup” came together: the iconic black-and-white shot of Bobby Orr scoring the winning goal way back in 1970. After winning another cup in 1972, it took another 39 years before “The Goal” was finally relegated to secondary memory, as on June 15, 2011, the Bruins shocked the Canucks in Vancouver to win Game 7 and become Stanley Cup Champions once again!

Commemorative posters of the 2011 victory are now in stock. First, the annual “Champions” collage poster, featuring six superstars in action surrounding hockey’s holy grail itself, the Stanley Cup (in this case, Milan Lucic, Nathan Horton, David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara and Tim Thomas):

Boston Bruins 2011 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS Commemorative Poster

Boston Bruins 2011 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS Commemorative Poster

Next, own the classic “On-Ice Celebration Portrait”, a professional photo print from Photofile Inc.:

Boston Bruins Stanley Cup 2010 ON-ICE CELEBRATION TEAM PORTRAIT Poster Print

Boston Bruins Stanley Cup 2010 ON-ICE CELEBRATION TEAM PORTRAIT Poster Print

Next up, this poster commemorating beloved goalie Tim Thomas and his Conn Smythe Trophy MVP performance in the 2011 playoffs:

Tim Thomas CONN SMYTHE WINNER (Stanley Cup MVP) Poster

Tim Thomas CONN SMYTHE WINNER (Stanley Cup MVP) Poster

Here’s an annual favorite: the Stanley Cup Champions Panoramic Print from Rob Arra’s Everlasting Images, featuring a breathtaking inside look at TD Banknorth Arena during Game 6 of the Finals, along with celebration photos, and other great details that make it the ultimate for any hometown fan:

Boston Bruins TD Banknorth Garden 2011 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS Panorama

Boston Bruins TD Banknorth Garden 2011 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS Panorama

Finally, there’s “Celebration 2011″, featuring a beautiful black-and-gold design, and images from the on-ice celebratory moments following the final horn on June 15:

Chicago Blackhawks STANLEY CUP CELEBRATION 2010 Commemorative Poster

Chicago Blackhawks STANLEY CUP CELEBRATION 2010 Commemorative Poster

Other great posters, as well as the official championship Pennant and Banner, are available in our Boston Bruins Collection.

2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships Poster Now Available

Posted May 31, 2011 by Neil Flagg
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Congratulations, Virginia Cavaliers – 2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Champions! Congratulations, also, to the Denver Pioneers for making it to their first-ever Final Four; the Duke Blue Devils for making it once again to the elite weekend; and the Maryland Terrapins for reaching the finals for a rare home-field advantage at Baltimore’s MT&T Field.

SportsPosterWarehouse.com is proud to be the exclusive online retailer of the 2011 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships official poster! Limited quantity was made available to us by the publisher, so don’t miss your chance at adding this beauty to your wall and your collection.

2011 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships Official Poster

2011 NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championships Official Poster

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) Official Posters – In Stock Now!

Posted November 22, 2010 by Neil Flagg
Categories: New Poster Releases, Super Bowl Posters

For those of you who collect official Super Bowl posters, and those of you who are jacked-up about the big game coming to Dallas…they’re here! The Super Bowl XLV official posters and pennants are in-stock and ready to ship. Here’s the event poster – a very nice design this year, and unmistakeably Dallas!

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) Official Event Poster

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) Official Event Poster

Next, the annual “Super Tickets” poster, featuring 44 years of Super Bowl history:

Super Tickets XLV (Dallas 2011) Super Bowl History Poster

Super Tickets XLV (Dallas 2011) Super Bowl History Poster

Finally, these two amazing Premium Felt Pennants (the soft felt that can’t be creased):

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) "Skyline" Premium Collector's Pennant

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) "Skyline" Premium Collector's Pennant

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) "Stadium" Premium Felt Collector's Pennant

Super Bowl XLV (Dallas 2011) "Stadium" Premium Felt Collector's Pennant

 

San Francisco Giants 2010 World Series Champs Commemorative Posters

Posted November 6, 2010 by Neil Flagg
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It was unbelievable, but true: more than 50 years after moving from New York to the Bay Area, the San Francisco Giants had never won a World Series Championship! Not with Willie Mays or Willie McCovey; Orlando Cepeda or Juan Marichal; Will Clark or Kevin Mitchell; Jeff Kent or Barry Bonds. But in 2010, after accumulating a great pitching staff, a rookie catcher, and a band of cast-offs at virtually every other position, San Fran finally did it. The first of the Giants Championship Commemorative posters are on their way to us from the publisher. From Costacos Sports, we present “Champions 2010″ and “Celebration 2010″:

San Francisco Giants "Champions 2010" Commemorative Poster

San Francisco Giants "Champions 2010" Commemorative Poster

San Francisco Giants "Celebration 2010" Commemorative Poster

San Francisco Giants "Celebration 2010" Commemorative Poster

Very, very nice designs this year, featuring Buster Posey, Freddy Sanchez, Edgar Renteria, Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain, Brian Wilson, Madison Bumgarner, Aubrey Huff, Juan Uribe, Pablo Sandoval, Cody Ross, Pat Burrell, Aaron Rowand, Andres Torres, and the rest. We look forward to receiving these in-stock and ready-to-ship by 11/14/2010. For more Giants posters, pennants, prints, and banners, click here to view our full San Francisco Giants Collection.

 

 

Unexpected Top-10 Seller – Babe Ruth With Kids Poster (1924)

Posted August 6, 2010 by jfwhite83
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Now this is what The Babe was all about! Somewhat surprisingly, this has been one of our top-sellers of Summer 2010 – but knowing what we know about the great Babe Ruth, it’s suddenly quite understandable.

Babe Ruth (click here to view our entire Babe Ruth Collection) has always been a National icon and even now, 62 years after his death he is one of the most well know athletes to ever play any sport. The Bambino had a habit of hitting home runs like no one else who came before him, totaling 714 in a 21-year career.

The Babe talking to a group of kids in 1924

But The Babe was known for more than just his on field prowess. After having a very hard childhood of his own, Ruth was always the first to be there for the kids. During the First World War when times were very tough, Ruth went out and bought a whole bunch of shoes and started to give them out to children in the streets of New York City.  Ruth was also known far and wide for never turning down a single child when they asked him for an autograph, sometimes spending hours after a game signing balls and cards.

Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig - 1930

What’s even more amazing than signing autographs for hours after a game is that the Babe was known to on many occasions to go out and play some sandlot ball with the kids.  That is just something you don’t see today, imagine seeing A-Rod out playing a game of ball with the local kids…

The Bambino, circa 1918

Babe Ruth was a great player, great role model and even better person, the game has always been at a loss without him.

Babe Ruth Day at the stadium on June 13, 1948. His final appearance in New York.

Tour de France Final Stage Posters – Champs-Élysées, Paris

Posted July 22, 2010 by jfwhite83
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With so much beauty to be seen during the Tour de France, it is no wonder that Graham Watson, one of the most revered cycling photographers, has become so popular. His images are timeless and capture the moment like no other. Through the years his images have captivated many, and his photos of the final stage are no different.

2006 Tour de France. The Eiffel Tower welcomes the surviving cyclists into Paris on stage 20.

Since 1975 the Tour de France has had its final stage run through prestigious Northwest Paris. Longjumeau to Champs-Élysées is a 102.5km stage, which starts in Essonne, a town 20km outside of Paris, and ends in North-western Paris.  At this distance it will be the shortest stage of the Tour. Not since 1989 has there been a shorter stage.

1975 Tour Finish on the Champs Elysées.

While the distance may be less, the scenery and excitement is not. Starting in a small town of only 20,000 people the racers will make their way down the N20, through endless fields and crops. After a hilly 45 km ride, they will make their way into Paris, which will be relatively flat for the final sprint.  While riding down Champs- Élysées, the tour will pass right through the shadow of one of the most famous landmarks on the planet, the Eiffel Tower. The race ends in spectacular fashion are racers barrel towards  Arc de Triomphe.

2004 Tour de France, racing towards the Arc de Triomphe.

Spain, 2010 World Cup Champions – Possible Championship Posters To Come

Posted July 13, 2010 by jfwhite83
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They were the favorites from the start, but in a single elimination tournament where anything can happen, and normally does, nothing is for sure.  Many teams were in the running to become World Champions; Brazil, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Uruguay and Ghana to name a few. But after 7 games and only 1 loss, Spain is on the top of the world, they are World Champions.

Iker Casillas - 2010 Golden Glove winner

This was a complete team effort, with a few names really standing out.  The goal scores are always a big part with Carles Puyol scoring to beat the Germans, David Villa nets 4 goals to lead the team and the one who scored when it mattered, Andres Iniesta, with the tournament winning goal.  While all these goals definitely helped bring Spain to the top, it never would have happened without one man, Iker Casillas. Not only did he help lead them to their first World Championship, but he was also named the Goal Keeper of the tournament, which is no small feat.

Official 2010 World Cup Poster combo

Congratulations to the 2010 World Cup ChampionsLa Roja, The Spanish National Football Team. Continue to check in for updates on Spanish Championship Posters.


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