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    hockey, football, the Olympic Summer and Winter games
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    Dallas Stars (new), Minnesota Wild, Houston Texans, Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets (1995-2003, all the logos in the PDC.

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  1. texashockeyfan

    Hardest City for Fictional Concept Leagues

    Houston Heat. Because everyone knows how hot it gets here in the summer.
  2. texashockeyfan

    Professional American Football Association : Birmingham Wildcats

    Bobcats and Galaxy. I'd call my fictional team from Atlanta the Inferno because of the fire they had during the Civil War.
  3. Take away the star on Dallas’ logo and they do look alike. As for the Houston team, bring on the Texas rivalry.
  4. Denver and Dallas's logos look a lot alike, to be honest with you
  5. Let’s see the uniform, logo and colors for the new Houston team.
  6. Just asking, how did Toronto’s team get its name? Not Canadian, but does the city have a famous race? Racers would actually work better for the Carolina team.
  7. Houston's team name should focus on energy rather than oil, just my opinion. Houston is known as the energy capital of the world.
  8. texashockeyfan

    Minor League Football

    Idea for Texas teams: San Antonio Brigade Austin Colony, as in a colony of bats El Paso Javelinas Are you doing teams for cities that don't have NFL franchises only? St. Louis Pioneers San Diego Captains Oklahoma City Wildcatters Memphis Kings
  9. texashockeyfan

    Your Favorite Teams?

    NFL: Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys NHL: Dallas Stars, Nashville Predators (I am a country music fan, and as you know, Mike Fisher is married to one of my favorite singers, Carrie Underwood) NBA: Houston Rockets MLB: Houston Astros
  10. texashockeyfan

    Hardest City for Fictional Concept Leagues

    Cincinnati had an old soccer team called the River Hawks.
  11. texashockeyfan

    Hardest City for Fictional Concept Leagues

    Dallas has enough Western themed teams as it is. I lived there in the 90s and to tell the truth, Fort Worth is more western oriented than Big D. San Antonio could be the Brigade or something military themed due to the many military bases there. I agree with you on Boston and Philly and their historical roles. St. Louis could be the Clydesdales, as it is the home of Anheiser-Busch breweries. Orlando could be the Thrill, but I don't know how you could make a logo for that name, which is a nod to its many theme parks.
  12. texashockeyfan

    Professional American Football Association : Birmingham Wildcats

    Well, if you're going to do any teams in Texas, please try to steer clear of Western themed names. We've got plenty of those already. What cities do you plan to do? I can help you think of names.
  13. texashockeyfan

    Pan-American Hockey League: 1999-2000 Final Season

    I think Albany could change its name to Demons, Scranton/WB could have been called the Emperors (as in emperor penguin), Texas could have been the Lumanaries. Iowa could have been the Farmhands, but I don't know about Binghamton.
  14. texashockeyfan

    Houston Galaxy NHL Expansion Concept

    That's cool! That jersey would work for the name Apollos too, and as we all know, "Houston" was the first word spoken from the moon. I went to Johnson Space Center a couple of weeks ago, and although the space shuttle no longer is in use, they still train astronauts there and communicate with them on the International Space Station. Meanwhile, I wish hockey would make a comeback to the Bayou City because when I was a kid, I'd go see the Aeros play at the Compaq Center often. Houston is also known as the energy capital of the world, so you could have also used an energy-related team (Fusion, Force, etc), but I dig what you did