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011 Hartford Whalers

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The Hartford Whalers started in Boston before moving to Connecticut and remaining a part of the NHL until 1997. The Whalers had some success on the ice and built a loyal fanbase but what they are most well known for is their iconic whale tale logo that remains one of the most sought after marks of any former franchise in sports to this day. The team played its last game over two decades ago but nonetheless they are far from forgotten.

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