Holy time capsule, lacrosse-man! Before there was the National Lacrosse League as we know it today, there was an earlier NLL that only lasted two years, 1974 and 1975, paving the way for professional indoor lacrosse, despite not actually being affiliated with the current NLL.
While digging through the archives, Justin Skaggs at WoodLacrosseSticks.com found an awesome advertisement for the Montréal Québécois that he just had to own on a shirt. Not being the greedy type, Skaggs is letting the world get their hands on these puppies too!
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!
All sales close on JULY 18th with NO REPRINTS! You miss it now, you miss it forever!
There were six teams, four in the U.S. and two in Canada, both in Quebec.
- Long Island Tomahawks
- Montreal Quebecois
- Boston Bolts
- Quebec Caribous
- Philadelphia Wings
- Maryland Arrows
What's a Montréal Québécois? To translate from French, a Québécois is simply a person from the province of Quebec and Montreal is the capital. It's like naming a team the "Albany New Yorkers" or something old-school and silly like that.
What about the shirt? We are printing straight on to the comfiest Anvil shirts we could find.
- 4.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% combed ringspun cotton, 32 singles
- 90/10 combed ringspun cotton/polyester
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
- Double-needle stitched sleeves and bottom hem
- Tubular construction
- TearAway™ label for easy relabeling