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WINTER CLASSIC 2014 UofM Stadium photo print
WINTER CLASSIC 2014 UofM Stadium photo print
Photo #978
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

WINTER CLASSIC 2014 MICHIGAN STADIUM photo print picture photography for sale. This wide angle 2014 NHL BRIDGESTONE WINTER CLASSIC at MICHIGAN STADIUM ANN ARBOR photo picture poster prints for sale is an excellent multiple exposure photo of this historic meeting of THE DETROIT REDWINGS VS. THE TORONTO MAPLELEAFS. As the snow fell and the cold chilled the January 1st, 2014 air the GUINESS WORLD RECORD was set for the largest attendance at an outdoor NHL hockey game with a crowd of 105,491 in attendance. This historic BRIDGESTONE 2014 WINTER CLASSIC at MICHIGAN STADIUM ANN ARBOR MI original photo picture print for sale captures the crowd, a mass of blue and red, and the action of the game.

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