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    wat is ths im in traine
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    And now he truly is in phone.
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    This should have never stopped being their alternate logo, even after they changed primaries back in 2006.
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    Good evening CCSLC! Now, I do believe that this is attempt number three at redesigning the NHL. However, I am determined to actually finish this time. Unlike other failed attempts, wherein I would design one concept, post, wait for C&C and then move on, this time I've actually completed almost half of the NHL in preparation. I've been working on this project for the past month or so, I've really been having a lot of fun with it and I'm moving at a pretty steady pace so I feel as though I can actually make it through the league. What I really wish for this thread is a lot of active discussion, comments, and critique so that I may hone my skills at designing. I'd like to keep this organized, so I'll get started with some guidelines of what I'll be posting. Also, as a note: I haven't found an Adidas template compatible with the program I use (PAINT.net) so I chose to simply use the Reebok Edge template found in the Paint Users Paradise thread. I have, however, added an Adidas tag to the inside that I drew up. Outline All teams I complete will have some alteration to their logo and/or color scheme that I will point out with each concept. Note: These changes could be as small as a color adjustment to a complete logo overhaul. I will only be posting two uniforms per team: Home (color), Away (white) No team will use more than two logos. This is pretty standard in the NHL. However, we do see teams with all kinds of logos with their set. If I include a logo in the set, it will appear on the uniform. I see no need to include more since this is simply a logo/uniform project and not a complete identity project. NHL shield logos will be recolored in respective team colors. Teams will be posted in no real order, simply which concept I would like comments on at that time. Please, no comments just requesting the next team. Some critique on the concept would be appreciated. Okay, first up: ARIZONA COYOTES - 4.3.17 Logos: I really loved the Coyotes inaugural set. The kachina pattern was very unique to the team and even though it made it's debut in the 90s, it wasn't a concept that was overbearing or gaudy. However, and, as unpopular an opinion it may be, I really like Arizona's current logo and uniform set. I have made some changes to the logo, though. Replacing black is a darker brick red and I have turquoise to the color scheme, drawing inspiration from the art of the Pueblo which is wherein the initial kachina pattern derived. The alternate 'A' paw logo underwent no changes other than, of course, the color scheme. Uniforms: Again, the kachina pattern was my favorite part of the Coyotes inaugural set. The logo to me was fine, but I actually like the current better. I tried my hand at a custom kachina pattern that is only adorned on the hem as I thought that adding it the the sleeves as well made it a bit busy. If you look closely, you'll notice that within the pattern are crossed hockey sticks in the darker brick red color. The shoulders stripes are very loosely based on the current uniforms. Thanks for checking these out! C&C is greatly appreciated!
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    Let's face it: meltdowns are all he really contributed.
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    Just my two cents....but should we truly consider rewarding someone who is banned with reinstatement for essentially throwing a temper tantrum that happened to be in public? Seems counterproductive to me.
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    It's pointless to reinstate him, as he'll just resume being a blithering anarchist clown show come the congressional elections or whenever some huge Trump fallout/idiotic policy gets enacted.
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    If gettingg banned from an internet message board isn't a kick in the ass to reexamine your outlook, then nothing is.
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    First thought, no joke: That guy looks like Tank, but he looks slimmer than he used to. I could be wrong. Second thought: oh my god the guy who used to ruins threads with crazy freakouts on my favorite message board is doing it on the news. Third thought: I hope this doesn't go viral. Fourth thought: yeah this is 100% going viral.
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    Repeat to yourself it's just a show, you should really just relax
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    1990 Lewis Cup Finals http://phlnetwork.blogspot.ca/ The 1990 Lewis Cup Finals featured the first overall Long Island Concordes, and the Cinderella Minnesota Lumberjacks. Long Island was making their third appearance in the championship round after proving unsuccessful in their previous two visits. For the young Lumberjacks, this was the first trip to the finals. Only one player, defenseman Clint Allen, had experienced Minnesota’s last Lewis Cup victory in 1979. Game one on Long Island turned out to be closer than expected. After Long Island took a 3-0 lead early on thanks to goals from Stuart Burns, Craig Davidson, and Don Taylor. Minnesota scored twice before surrendering another goal, this time from Alan Chadwick. It appeared that Long Island had control already. Suddenly, halfway through the third period, the “Cardiac ‘Jacks” struck once again, scoring two quick goals from Jason Crowley and Jacob Lundholm to tie the game at 4-4. The game would go into overtime, where Doug Macintyre would be the hero for Long Island as the Concordes won 5-4. Game two would also go into overtime, where goaltenders Pascal Renaud and Jeff Brackley both turned in a stellar performance as one extra period turned into two, then three. About halfway through the third overtime, Theo Sprouse’s point shot beat Brackley to give Long Island a 2-0 series lead. Game three in Minnesota was unofficially a must-win game for the Lumberjacks as another loss would put them in a 3-0 hole. “We know what we need to do and we’re confident we can get it done at home” said Jeff Winslow. Minnesota opened the scoring on a goal from Matt Cunningham, and the ‘Jacks held on through to the end of the second period, when two quick goals from Burns and Davidson gave the Concordes the lead. Minnesota made a desperate push in the third period to tie the game, pulling Brackley for the extra attacker. Brian Reese slid the puck into the empty net and the Concordes hung on for a 3-1 victory and a commanding 3-0 series lead. Now playing for pride, the Lumberjacks were determined to get at least one win in game four. The game was tied after two periods, before Pavel Vana broke the tie with a breakway goal. Jason Crowley would score late in the game to extend the lead to 4-2 as the Minnesota crowd gave their team a standing ovation. Heading back to the Island for game five, the Concordes had an opportunity to win their first Lewis Cup on home ice, and they would not disappoint the 18150 fans in attendance. Stuart Burns, who would ultimately be named playoff MVP, would score two goals while Sprouse and Macintyre each added goals as well in a 4-1 win as the Concordes won their first Lewis Cup in franchise history. In his final act as PHL Commissioner, Alan Garcia handed the Lewis Cup, which now had a new section added to hold more names, to Stuart Burns. It was a fitting end to Garcia’s tenure, as the Commissioner had pushed for a second New York franchise since taking over in 1966. Darryl Byrd would now officially take over as head of the PHL as the league embarked on a new era.
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    Took some more photos of a damn rainbow today. It was tremendous.
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    I have never laughed harder than I did when his voice cracked. Dear god, it's just a manifestation of what I pictured every TNak post ever to be. Marvelous, in a word. Marvelous. This is the greatest moment in CCSLC history.
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    Well, I guess this completely puts to rest my old theory that he was just trolling the place. I think we can all picture that as a post.
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    I haven't posted here in like seven years, and I had to come back and see your reactions. Y'all didn't let me down. Thanks, fam.
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    I take panoramics from vacations to frame on my wall. Some examples:
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    It was such a weird moment for me because the first time I saw it the video was retweeted into my timeline by a baseball writer, someone I assume doesn't post here. I got to have that moment of discovery. It was surreal. and yet at the same time it's not at all surprising, right? Like if anyone from here was going to go viral for losing their on the local news it would've been him. I know his politics are the worst and he's got his issues, but I worry about him too. He hasn't had an easy life, the Devils suck, and the Mets are the one thing he has. He was probably counting down the days to opening day and legitimately thought he was going to miss the game because of the trains and for a guy who doesn't have a lot going for him the idea that something was going to keep him from the game was enough to throw him off the edge. I hope it doesn't become something where he's harassed in public. I doubt it will, but he's kind of the prototype for internet mockery. I did giggle when he said "my game" like he was going to hit cleanup. Also the timing of the edit in the news piece made me laugh as if to say "here's a lunatic ranting about missing the Mets game...and here's some grownups taking being late to work in understanding stride"
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    The Devils bright red and green is wholly more interesting than the shades used by the Wild, which is almost more brick and hunter green. This isnt exactly apples to apples. Compare:
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    My significant other couldn't have cared any less when I explained why I got up from the couch and walked around in disbelief.
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    Nice to see he's mellowed out during his time away from here.
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    Gonzaga makes its first championship in school history and chooses to wear black uniforms (black is not a school color) with no red on them. (Red is a school color). This trend of teams wearing :censored:ty Alts in a big championship game can die any day now.
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    A deadly train crash, and five people injured. But at least Tank's priorities are in order.
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    Following your suggestions, this is the updated set:
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    Unfortunately the Marlins are a terrible organization and have shunned away nearly any sense of history. That only areas named after past players/championships are club level areas. Outside that there is only the bobbleheads and one concession area and has some photos.
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    As a fan of an AFC team, anything to get a change from Phil Simms can't be bad.
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    I'll show you intimidation
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    It will cost a lot of money to remove it. If Oakland is going to get a new park, it doesn't make too much sense to spend to make the current park beautiful again.
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    Weirdly enough, below the Facebook clip there was a comment accusing him of being a liberal! Sidenote: Funny how nowadays, the go-to insult is an immediate assumption of political leanings.
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    I do think it would be sporting if we let Tank back to address his people. If you have a message board meltdown in real life you should be reinstated for living your truth. He was saying Track H to Track G to Track E to Track H or something to that effect.
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    It was a bit of a dud tournament. No team seeded 13 or higher won a game in the first round, only one 12 seed won (and they were the favorite), the "Cinderella" team was a school that's made the Sweet 16 numerous times lately....about the lone surprise was South Carolina. Now the same could be said for other recent tournaments, but this one seemed to have a bunch of endings that just fizzled out in a weird way or a disappointing way, whether it's not rebounding the ball or just slipping and not getting a good shot off. Teams look composed for 39 minutes and 40 seconds, then look like they've never played basketball on their final meaningful possession of the game.
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    The best part is how his hat magically drops over his forehead at the end.
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    I'm glad the long-suffering fans of North Carolina can finally celebrate a title for once.
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    My god, this is classic Tnak. His tirade sounded exactly like one of his posts. The best part, as always, are the comments. I want one of you clowns to post "what is this im in phone" on that channel's Facebook post about Tnak.
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    Seriously, shame on the Zags. Even Oregon wised up and wore their main green and yellows instead of their black set for their Final Four game.
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    I really, really, hope they don't move Styles over to Raw. Give me a solid Styles/Nakamura feud and I will be more than happy.
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    They're out there selling fragments of my attention, and to a degree, my body with the logos on the clothes I wear, and I'm basically paying them for the privilege. It's a weird world when you think of it that way.
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    It would be a real shame if WWE didn't capitalize on Broken Matt.
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    The Anaheim Bullfrogs were my favorite team despite never watching a single one of their games. I thought they had the best name. Did anybody watch Pro Beach Hockey on ESPN2?
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    Green looks weak on the NJ Devils. Green & devil don't match for me ever.
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    So Reigns gets the most volcanic heat since HBK trolled Montreal over a decade ago, and WWE will keep booking him babyface for 50/50 crowds the remainder of 2017. You no longer need to watch the product. You're welcome.
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    Vintage NJTnak meltdown. Day made.
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    The North Stars look a lot better with black.
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