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  1. Las Vegas NHL Expansion

    Looks like Army officials may have a problem with Vegas using Golden Knights due to confusion with their parachute team. http://www.military.com/daily-news/2016/11/28/army-officials-review-hockey-team-use-golden-knights.html
  2. 2016-17 NHL Uniform and Logo Changes

    Why is most of the merchandise in the NHL shop for the Panthers only available with the secondary logo (saying Panthers) and not the primary (saying Florida) as the crest? You think most would be for their primary mark. NHL Panthers Shop
  3. Mighty Ducks

    Damn, I want that jersey!
  4. Mighty Ducks

    I definitely would too!
  5. Mighty Ducks

    Here's a pic:
  6. Cougar Logo

    The teeth should point inward, not outward.
  7. Recolorization

    Very true. That's nothing to them, especially if they want to makeover their team identity.
  8. Hamilton Predators Concept

    Ouch, my eyes!!! Good thing I'm gonna be an eye doctor!
  9. Hamilton Tigers

    Thought I'd bring back this old concept of mine for discussion with all this talk of a team coming to Hamilton.
  10. If the Predators move to Hamilton....

    Yes, on the site where they were digging up the arena. Kennedy: Right. Fonz: Wrong They did find several sabre-toothed tiger fossils while building in downtown Nashville, but it was not during excavation for the (now) Sommet Center. I'll have to find more info, but I believe the find happened back in the 70's when one of the downtown buildings was going up. Also, the Preds are not moving to Hamilton...yet. There is an exit clause in the current lease agreement with the City of Nashville, but that is only effective if the Preds don't average 14,000 fans per game. Well, right now sales look good. From their website: "The Predators unveiled their logo, a saber-toothed tiger, in Nashville's downtown First American Center on September 25, 1997, 26 years after a fang and foreleg bone of a saber-toothed tiger were found in a cave just below the building's address. In May of 1971, excavation began at the downtown Nashville site of what today is the 28-story First American Center. Construction workers drilled through 20 feet of solid rock before coming to a soft muddy area. Further digging revealed a cave containing the nine-inch fang and a foreleg bone of a saber-toothed tiger, extinct for at least 10,000 years. Radiocarbon tests on the specimen revealed that it could have possibly been one of the last of its breed to exist. Scientists believe that some time during the last glacial period (15,000-80,000 years ago) part of the cave was the den of the saber-toothed tiger. The discovery, made in August 1971, marks only the fifth of its kind in North America. The cave, located beneath the building, is preserved under concrete for historic and educational purposes. "
  11. If the Predators move to Hamilton....

    Yes, on the site where they were digging up the arena.
  12. Southern Maryland Blue Crabs

    That's as good of a logo as you're gonna get with the name Blue Crabs.