Cleveland Barons Poster
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For the first half of the 20th Century the City of Cleveland was often a major professional hockey hotbed. The Cleveland Barons long history of success started as charter members of the American Hockey League. The Barons were formed by Cleveland sports promoter Al Sutphin. In 1937 Sutphin built the Cleveland Arena expressly to be the home of his AHL hockey team. With the arena completed, Sutphin held a public contest for the naming off the team and The Barons was chosen as the winner. The years from 1937 to 1964 were golden for Cleveland hockey. The franchise would go on to win 9 regular season titles and eight Calder Cup playoff championships. The last in the 1963-64 season. Their games often drew crowds in excess of 10,000 to their home ice. 

Unframed giclee print produced in a limited edition of 100 for each size and signed by Jon C. Lund on heavyweight Epson matte paper. Standard size 16 x 24 and 24 x 36 frames are available from

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All framed pieces are finished using Artshield UV protective coating. It's safer, much lighter and there is no glare or glass between you and the image.   

NOW! shipping framed pieces nationwide. No matter where you live you're still a Clevelander, so show you Cleveland pride!

Local delivery of framed pieces now available to the northeastern Ohio area. Please select the delivery charge option from the drop down menu.

For delivery of multiple item orders, please select the delivery option and charge for the first item ordered only and the pick-up option for each subsequent item. That way you are only charged for delivery once. 

Free to pick-up framed pieces at Lund Studio in Hudson, Ohio. Email to schedule pickup times.


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