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  1. Hey guys, this is something I have been just doing for fun but I have really been enjoying it so I decided to make a series out of it. It is a series of concepts that are what could have been if the NHL had went a little wild with more teams in the 90s. They did this with some teams with the third jerseys and for some teams such as the Blues and Islander but I thought, what if they did it with every team. I have done 5 teams already and I hope that you enjoy them. Boston Bruins Washington Capitals Carolina Hurricanes LA Kings Edmonton Oilers
  2. Ya now that I think about it, it makes more sense for the tail to only be on the back. I think this fixes the problem.
  3. Next team is the New Jersey Devils. I knew that I needed to have a big devil tail on here somewhere and I found that I really liked it on the hem. It also has a wild yoke designa nd a recolored logo from the red jersey.
  4. Next is the Vancouver Canucks. The striping is taken straight from the logo so because of that, there is a lot of it. The hem stripe follows the angle of the logo.There isn't any arm striping but instead some V yoke striping. This is a busy look but I think it works really well with the logo. let's hear what you think!
  5. I definitely agree with you guys now, The Rangers concept did look a little too modern. So I went back and started from scratch, Tell me if this is 90s enough.
  6. Next up is the New York Rangers. I know that a lot of people wanted to see the liberty logo used but I went a different route and updated the classic look with an edgier script logo used on their secondary logo from the 90s. The design uses simple striping that is made edgy and is also used on the yoke and side panels. Also here is another version of the ducks with an eggplant colored jersey. I still prefer the original but this looks good too.
  7. Next up is the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. This identity is so 90s that it isn't even funny. From the cartoon duck mask to the eggplant and teal color scheme, it is just great. I really enjoy this identity but I have always had a problem with the color of the logo. I changed that so the colors used on the jersey are actually on the logo. The deign for the jerseys follows the triangle shape in the logo and I think that this would have worked well. I am very happy with how this one turned out.
  8. Next up is yet another team that didn't actually exist in the 90s, the Columbus Blue Jackets. The logo choice was easy here as the Blue Jackets Stinger logo is one of the most 90s things that I have ever seen. The jerseys use wavy striping that follows the logo and use a total of 6 different colors. I also experimented with the striping in the numbers too and although it my be a little hard to read, I think that it could work.
  9. Next up is the Tampa Bay Lightning. Yet another team that stayed fairly mild even though they could have gone crazy in the 90s. They did come out with a wild paintbrush font and one of the wildest third jerseys of the 90s though. My design goes full lightning with large curved bolts for striping. The paintbrush font and the raindrop design from their third jersey also return.
  10. Next up is the Winnipeg Jets. I really love the simple uniforms that the Jets had in the 90s but I think that they could have pulled off something a little wilder too. I used the script from their logo and angled it to look more like their original WHA logo. I then used angled striping that increasingly gets bigger. The back numbers are also angled to match the striping.
  11. I would go back and change the font on the Wild but i cant find a vector of it and I can't trace it to make it look good so I think i'll leave it as is. I still really like the font that I chose. Anyways, next up is the Nashville Predators. The Preds had a pretty innovative look in the 90s with a sliver chrome like material that really stood out. I decided t try something different though and decided to use a really cool light blue shade that is in the logo but has never been an official color of theirs. The design has a large tooth design following the logo and merging with the arm striping.
  12. Next is the Minnesota Wild. The Wild weren't technically around in the 90s but lets just pretend that they were. The design choice was pretty obvious here, I knew I had to use the treeline on the hem just because of how unique and cool it looks. The arms also use the shooting star from the logo as part of the striping. I am very happy with how this one turned out.
  13. Next up is another untouchable, the Detroit Red WIngs. The WIngs have probably the most basic hockey jerseys to ever exist and they have kept this for pretty much their entire existence. While I do like their jerseys, I think that they could sway a little bit from their tradition. For my concept, I went for about the most non traditional design that you could think of for the Red WIngs. I knew that I had to incorporate wings somewhere so I went Oregon Ducks Football style and put them on the shoulders. Also new for the wings is curved striping that is basically the opposite of the striping they have now. This may be a crazy concept, especially for the Wings, but that's what I was going for.
  14. Next up is the San Jose Sharks. The sharks could have easily done something wild in the 90s with their identity but they actually kept their jersey really mild until the very late 90s. My concept I think fixes this by using a shark teeth pattern and a MASSIVE shark on the front of the jersey. maybe this works, maybe it doesn't. Let me know with some comments.
  15. Next up are the Flyers. I had to go with the logo from their old alternates as it definitely looks like something from the 90s. I know that it wasn't used until 2002 but if they were to change their identity in the 90s then it likely would have been something similar to this. The jerseys use diagonal arm striping and silver to white gradients on the arms and numbers.
  16. Next up are the 90s Maple Leafs. I didn't hold back with this original team and went fairly wild. I always thought that the leafs would try to add silver t their scheme in the 90s but it never happened except for the shoulder logo. This concept adds sliver and some large maple leaf outlines to the mix. let me know what you think.
  17. Next up is the Dallas Stars. Went with a fun star pattern on the hem and used a lot more gold than they have ever used. The stars had some wild jerseys in the 90s but I think that this could have been the next step for them. Also here is the penguins with some fixed striping, thanks to Basil-Shor for pointing it out.
  18. Next up are the untouchables, the Montreal Canadiens. I didn't change the red jersey too much because there is no way they would ever change it a lot. I added some cuffs and more blue at the bottom. The main change of this set is the white jersey. I applied the chest stripe to it using the current striping on the waist of the white jersey. This makes more a much busier of a design than the Canadiens have ever had.
  19. Hey guys I am back from my spring break trip and ready for some more 90s concepts! Next is the Ottawa Senators. I went with the laurel leaf pattern in a different way than I usually see it done. I went with a curved design that follows the logo better and I think that this could have been a realistic look for the Sens if they cam into the league a couple of years later.
  20. Next up is the Pittsburgh Penguins. I went with the robo penguin on this as it is very 90's. This set is based on their third jersey from the mid 90's but with a few personal adjustments. The chest stripes now appear on the arms and the triangular yoke is back but is ow plain black. There is also half and half pants and two different socks. I think that this would have looked pretty cool and been very unique.
  21. Hey guys, this is something that I have come up with for the Swan Valley Stampeders of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League. The current logo is just a recolored Denver broncos logo with a couple of small changes. I have come up with a new horse head with a couple of options. I would like to know which one would serve as the best primary. The first has a wordmark and shield, the second removes the shield, and the third is just the horse head. I would also like some feedback on the head itself. Thanks and I will appreciate any C & C. current logo my concepts
  22. I thought about it and I think that the horse head by itself is the best choice. I have made a full logo sheet with the primary, a new roundel secondary and a wordmark. I have also done jerseys on two different templates. Would love to hear some opinions.
  23. Hello Everyone and welcome to my brand new project. The National Volleyball League I have been planning this project out since mid July and I am so excited to finally start it. Basically what this is, is a world where Volleyball is one of the most popular sports n North America and there is a 30 team processional mens league that spans through United States and Canada. It is basically the volleyball version of the NBA,NFL,MLB and NHL. I personally play high school volleyball and I absolutely love it. I always love watching Volleyball in the Olympics and I think that it is a thoroughly enjoyable game to watch. I think a major league in volleyball would be amazing and I wanted to bring my ideas to life on these boards. this will be a big change of pace for me as I am creating all original logos and uniforms for all 30 franchises. This is by far my most ambitious project that have ever done but I really feel like I am up for it. So here we go with the title page for the league. This title page features the official league logo which features a silhouette of a player smashing a volleyball. The NVL abbreviation follows with the shield design and the two blue lines beside the player represent the borders of a volleyball court. The red, blue and white color scheme follows the NFL,NBA and MLB because I felt that it should really feel like it is an elite league like those ones. The league wordmark is below the logo and is fairly simple but uses a powerful font. The 30 teams are shown on the side of the page in their 5 teams divisions and conferences. The Easter and Western Conference logos are shown at the top to show what conference each team will play in. I chose 8 Canadian cities and 22 American cities for this league. Volleyball is very big where I come form and I think that Canada would do well with 8 teams in this league. Here is also a bigger version of the Eastern and Western conference logos These logos go together well as they point opposite ways and have opposite gradients and colors. I really like how these turned out and I hope you guys like them. So there is the introduction to the league. The first team is already finished and I may post it later tonight. I would love to hear what everyone thinks of this idea because I know that it will be fairly unique for these boards as volleyball is not brought up very much. Each team will be posted with logos, jerseys and a court. Without further ado, I officially declare this project started.
  24. Next team is the New York Americans. I thought that bringing back the old NHL tea name would be neat and I definitely think that it suits New York quite well.
  25. Here are Houston's jerseys and court.