St. Louis Flyers                                                   Minnesota Fighting Saints World Hockey Association        Niagara Falls Flyers OHA

The Classics: Buffalo Bisons    St Catharines Teepees        San Francisco Seals

Binghamton Whalers vintage hockey jersey

We specialize in recreations of jerseys for private archival collections. 

We also provide authentic period athletic apparel for movie, television and stage productions

Houston Aeros World Hockey Association                    Nova Scotia Voyageurs                                                            Cornwall Royals 

WHA vintage hockey jerseys - individual team and all star jerseys

USA callers can reach us at 800-259-9916   

From Canada and Europe call 716-602-4787 

If we do not answer the phone please leave a message. We are eager to talk about our products, answer your questions and hear your comments.

New vintage hockey jersey products

Toledo Blades vintage hockey jersey

We are the source for premium quality vintage hockey jerseys. From USA call 800-259-9916, 

Canadian and European customers customers call 716-602-4787 or use the contact form at left.

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We will consult with you on the fabric choice, proper

sizing and custom features to make your jersey

memorable, because we don't make hockey jerseys, we

make memories.

St Catharines Teepees vintage hockey jersey                                                         Cleveland Barons vintage hockey jersey

              Cincinnati Tigers                                                             Windsor Bulldogs                                                 Cincinnati Mohawks

Buffalo Bisons 1963 vintage hockey jersey

Kenora Thistles vintage hockey jersey

USA 1980 Miracle On Ice Olympic vintage hockey jersey

1960 AND 1980 Gold medal winners. The Miracle On Ice teams.

New York Golden Blades WHA vintage hockey jersey and Team Canada 1974 WHA 

Licensing and the demise of quality sports apparel

     Look into the crowd pictured below in these famous scenes as Bobby Orr flies through the air and Team USA celebrates their victory over the Soviets in 1980 and you will see no sign of team apparel, no team jerseys or even t-shirts. This was a sign of the times before mass produced licensed apparel, before teams and leagues realized how much money they could make selling branded apparel to their fan base. During this long gone era, several independent athletic apparel manufacturers competed for the business of supplying professional sports teams. This competition ensured a high level of quality as competition tends to do. In the early 80's leagues smartened up and started to realize the pent up demand and started licensing their logos for mass produced fan apparel (remember Starter?). Eventually licensees were granted exclusive rights to supply game jerseys for league play and souvenirs. As a result, quality declined, as tends to happen in monopolies.

     We have brought back the quality of a bygone era by using the old manufacturers to make jerseys with a quality not seen in over 30 years, except from us! Some of our jerseys are actually made by the original manufacturers.

That's a rather bold statement but we back it up with our superb products.


In 1972  I was captivated by the Summit Series between Canada and the Soviet Union. My mother had a sewing room and she took a blank white cotton jersey, and from a hand drawn pattern she cut the red maple leaf logos for the front and sleeves, sewed them in place and I was probably the first fan to have their own Team Canada '72 jersey! Thus began a lifelong interest in hockey jerseys.

    Fast forward to 1980 and I am in Canada looking at the usual souvenir jerseys at a hockey store when I spot something extraordinary; four actual game jerseys including the holy grail, an Edmonton Oilers road blue. These type of jerseys were unavailable to the public back then and were given to the store as a bonus for making their purchase of souvenir jerseys. The quality of these gamers was much better than the replica souvenir jerseys hanging next to them on the rack and I thanked my lucky stars as I bought them all. On my way home I said to myself "Someday I will have a manufacturer make this type of quality jersey for me."

     Now that day has arrived and that old school quality is available for you! Here at

Vintage Hockey Jerseys (VHJ) we have the original manufacturers of game jerseys from

the 1970's and 1980's producing museum quality recreations of your favorite vintage jerseys, some of which are virtually indistinguishable from the originals


Now you can have game quality jerseys of defunct teams. You can choose from our listings or order your own style custom jersey. Any jersey with game weight fabric in your size, custom made for you. 

Our Customers love their vintage hockey jersey

Who goes to VHJ for their vintage hockey jersey?

​* One former Shark from the TV show

* One current NHL team owner

* One former NHL team owner

* Two members of the Forbes         400 list of wealthiest Americans

* Hollywood actors

* Ex players from the 60's, 70's and 80's who never got to keep their old jerseys.

* Sons who buy them for their dads

* Wives and moms who get them for their husband or kids

But it's mostly guys like you and I who love the old teams and old school quality. Because we don't really sell hockey jerseys. We  sell memories.

Above: Stan Mikita (left) and Bobby Hull (right) wear 

the classic look of the St. Catharines Teepees.

USA 1980 Olympic game worn vintage hockey jersey

jersey of USA 1980 team captain

Mike Eruzione. At left is our 

jersey. Note the identical over-sized

shoulder yoke construction of our vintage hockey jersey the

cross over collar and the flat taper 

of the collar rather than the more

​typical V-neck