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  1. They aren't. The part used in the logo is a part of a chicken wing called a drumette, not a leg. Chicken leg drumsticks are similar in shape but usually a bit bigger.
  2. Manchester United won the Premier League in 2013 while wearing the tablecloths from the Trafford Pizza Hut.
  3. Uniform/jersey misunderstandings

    I have a cap with the seal from the City of Buffalo flag on it. Just this morning (in Buffalo, mind you) someone came up and asked me why I was wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs hat. Sure, the colors are the same, but I don't really get how you could make that mistake.
  4. NHL 2018-19

    Hopefully it will take them a while to get there, but that's exactly where this is heading.
  5. NHL 2017-18

    If that's its father than this has got to be its grandfather: This logo was from a Buffalo PR campaign from the 80s.
  6. NHL 2017-18

    The Sabres are wearing their Winter Classic set at home tonight. To answer our question from earlier in the thread, they are not wearing the Winter Classic patches tonight.
  7. What year was this Hawks jersey?

    1975-76 and 1976-77. This was the home jersey:
  8. NHL 2017-18

    The Sabres will be wearing their Winter Classic jerseys 3 times at home this season, 2/8 vs the Islanders, 2/19 vs the Capitals and 4/4 against the Senators. I believe the Rangers also plan on wearing theirs a few more times but I don't know the dates.
  9. NHL 2017-18

    The fact that the logo is all lowercase makes the ALL CAPS slogan even stupider.
  10. From the 'Close, But No Cigar' file... Donovan Greer, # 25, Buffalo Bills. Mike Grier, # 25, Buffalo Sabres.
  11. Since my last post was maybe a little 'iffy', here's another. Denarius Moore, # 17, Buffalo Bills. Dominic Moore, # 17, Buffalo Sabres.
  12. Rick Martin was best known wearing # 7 for the Buffalo Sabres, but early on in his career he wore both 8 and 9 before settling on the number that the Sabres would eventually retire in his honor. The # 8 picture is especially interesting, since he's wearing gloves with the number 7 on them. Martin wore 7 at first, then switched to 8 and 9 before going back to 7 for the rest of his Sabres career. Not sure why he switched numbers so many times.
  13. I suppose these may be cheating, but they fit the theme. Jim Brown, #44, Syracuse Football, Jim Brown, #44, Syracuse Basketball. Brown also played lacrosse at Syracuse, but as far as I can tell he didn't wear # 44 for lacrosse. Donovan McNabb, # 5, Syracuse Football, Donovan McNabb, # 5, Syracuse Basketball
  14. same name, same team, same number

    Spike and Zay Jones, Droppin' Coffin Corner kicks and game winning TD passes for the Buffalo Bills. Spike (1971-74) Zay (2017)
  15. same name, same team, same number

    Obscurity Award Contender: Corey "Philly" Brown and Jacob "Levi" Brown, Buffalo Bills # 10 Philly (2017) Levi (2010-11) Between the two of them, one regular season game played (by Levi, 2/3 for 24 yards with 0 TD and 1 Int.)