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About Cleveland Barons Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles

A professional team in ice hockey, the Cleveland Barons is part of the National Hockey League from 1976 to 1978. After the team was able to have a successful minor league career, they were turned down for an expansion in the National Hockey League. They are previously playing in the Suburban Richfield Coliseum and that is in Richfield, Ohio. It was an arena that was built originally for the WHA’s Cleveland Crusaders and the National Basketball Association’s Cleveland Cavaliers. On July 14, 1976, the NHL then approved the shift to Cleveland. The minority owner of the team, George Gunds decanted money for the team in the duration of the 1977 seasons up to 1978. After that season, he tried to buy the coliseum but was not able to do so. The franchise was then merged to Minnesota North Star, in which Gunds also own. And that fused franchise maintains the name of the Minnesota North Stars. 
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