Morgo

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  1. Well, at least the Penguins will win it in a suitable uniform this time. 4 teams since 2009 says parity does not exist in this league.
  2. Might be back to the drawing board with the Devils. Next Edmonton Oilers The goal for this concept was to pay homage to the dynasty years with orange serving as the dominant colour. I coloured the inside stripes of the orange uniform 'Royal' to make the colours contrast and gave both uniforms a blue yoke to balance things with the pants. I gave the team a new primary logo that combines a lower case E, a gear and an oil-drop. The alternate takes the aesthetic of their 90's look but makes red slightly more prominent. All instances of copper are now metallic to avoid the awful brown colour. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for looking!
  3. Next! New Jersey Devils This concept was inspired by the re-coloured Rockies logo that combined red, green and black. I wanted to see if I could combine the three colours in a set maintains the classy vibe of the current uniforms. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for looking!
  4. Wow, I thought you guys would tear that Capitals concept apart. I'm glad I was wrong, thank you . Next team! Detroit Red Wings Not much to say about this one as it's hard to improve on an untouchable look. I took the aesthetic of Detroit's Winter Classic uniform and combined it with the look they've always used. I included Captain's patches on this concept since the diamonds are an integral part of the design. C & C appreciated as always, thanks for looking!
  5. Next team! Washington Capitals I've always thought Washinton's 'screaming-eagle' was far and away the best primary they've ever had and my goal was to recast it in more patriotic light. I kept the bronze and blue from the 90's set and replaced all instances of black with red. The multicoloured stars on the stripes tip the hat to the inaugural look while the winter classic logo makes for a simple yet effective shoulder patch. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for looking!
  6. And there goes any reason to care about this season.
  7. Thank you to everyone who commented. Next we have the upcoming expansion team... Vegas Golden Knights No matter how many times I tell my brain my otherwise, I can't help seeing the Knight's grey as a teal green. Since I think their scheme is as dull as dishwater anyways, I decided to ditch the grey for a green-heavy shade of teal. I think this change results in a far more colourful identity that better reflects Las Vegas. I kept the hem and sleeve stripes simple and for the first time in the series, implemented a piping design to compliment the angular feel of the primary logo. Lastly, I added a gold 'V' to the pants to compliment the primary logo. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for looking!
  8. Give the stripes the colour distribution of the current set, wrap the hem stripe all the way around and you've got the perfect Ducks identity. The horizontal 'swoosh' was so much more effective than the wacky side panels and it tipped the hat to the Mighty Ducks years.
  9. Continuing with the red theme, I bring you the... Florida Panthers For the record, there is nothing I would change about the Panthers inaugural set but that wouldn't make for a very interesting concept. Instead I sought to merge elements of those uniforms with the stripped back look of the recent re-design. I ditched the West Point inspired crest, went with the original logo and brought back the angular shoulder yokes. The shoulder patch is simply the Florida flag with the sun in the center, as I thought having panthers on all three logos would be redundant. Navy has been added the cuffs to make the colour scheme a little more balanced and a diagonal word-mark was created for the helmets and pants. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for looking!
  10. I'm hoping posting a Canadian team in red will give the Senators some luck tonight . Calgary Flames While this team definitely needs a look based off traditional hockey aesthetics, I don't think ditching black is the way to go. Yellow and red are very bright colours and they need a bit of black for things to contrast properly. The home jersey is based off the cup winning set with minimal black highlights and consistent hem & sleeve stripes. Since it's impossible to do a reverse version with the colour hierarchy intact, I gave the road jersey a slightly different striping pattern. The alternate is based of 2004 home jersey. this time with straight hem stripes and an Albertan shield in place of the horse. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for dropping by!
  11. Na na na na, Na na na na...
  12. Next team Arizona Coyotes The Coyotes current set has really grown on me so my goal was to take its basic essence and make it bolder. The most important change was to implement real hem-stripes and fix the weird inconsistencies with the cuff stripes. 'Sand' is now a prominent part of the striping configuration to make things more cohesive with the primary crest and I added a sublimated flag-pattern to the upper sleeves for some added personality. I replaced the shoulder patches with a logo that hints at the inaugural look to honor the teams history and demoted the 'paw print' to the helmets. For the alternate, I drew inspiration from the alternate class of 1996 but opted against tacky gradients and asymmetries. The sublimated flag-design takes center-stage on a dual-colored jersey, reigned in with traditional striping on the hem and sleeves. C & C is very much appreciated, thanks for looking!
  13. I have this funny feeling they will do exactly that. Senators in 7.
  14. Exactly what I was planning on unveiling next Minnesota Wild With Dallas rightfully adopting the North Stars identity, I wanted to create an alternate look that gave a subtle nod to Minnesota's original team without infringement. Since it wouldn't work on Dallas, an altered version of the 'N-Star' appears on the main crest of their alternate as a tribute. A solitary 'north-star also appears on the helmets to solidify this connection. The main set is based off current road jersey, with red and wheat being worked into the traditional striping for a more cohesive look. The scenery bear is one of the best logo's in NHL history so it only made sense to put it on both jerseys. C & C appreciated as always, thanks for looking and commenting!
  15. Next! Dallas Stars Since the North Stars and Stars are the same franchise with shared record books and history, I've always advocated they adapt elements of their original identity. The main set is modeled after their 1988-1991 look which, in my opinion, is one of the greatest uniform sets of all time. To further the "classic" feel, I added tri-coloured lace ups, vintage white to the home iteration, and made the logo as direct as possible; a simple, italicized star. The pants retain the three stars but I decided to go with green to make sure the road look wasn't too black-heavy. The alternate is there to evoke the 1993/94 set with some minor changes. I took the current 'Texas' patch, replaced silver with gold and applied the original italic star. Green is a little more prominent and I nixed the shoulder to sleeve yokes that interrupted the sleeve stripes. The 'Dallas' script returns to the pants and is now framed with thicker, green stripes. C & C welcome and appreciated, thanks for looking!