Atlantic City Seagulls hockey played at Atlantic City's Boardwalk convention Hall (above)
The Atlantic City Sea Gulls were an amateur hockey team out of Atlantic City,New Jersey.
They were set up as an independent (non-league) team in 1930. They initially played exhibition games against teams form the northeastern United States and eastern Canada, The Sea Gulls were a big draw in Atlantic City, which was a big tourist destination
with gambling casinos and big-time entertainment.
The Sea Gulls joined in the Tri States Hockey League when it was formed in 1932 and won the league championship. The league
became the Eastern Hockey League the following season. The Sea Gulls won the league championship four times - in 1937, 1938,
1940, and 1951. They took a hiatus from 1942-47 and the entire league took a hiatus in 1948-49.
The team folded in 1951, a victim of the fall of Atlantic City's tourism as anything else.
Coming soon: pictured at left is an actual game worn Atlantic City Seagulls hockey jersey. Our recreation of this jersey will be displayed soon.
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ATLANTIC CITY SEAGULLS Eastern Amateur Hockey League 1936 hockey jersey $195.00
Made from heavy game weight fabric with double elbows, fight strap tie downs and embroidered front logo.