Echo

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  1. I think I misunderstood your first post. I thought you were referring to the lack of a Topps logo on the front of the card, not the lack of the team logo on the card. The team logo being airbrushed out was pretty common on cards from the 70's and early 80's. The first year team logos appeared on the Topps cards was 1982. Before that the helmets were all logo-less when they appeared. Not sure why that was. Their baseball and hockey cards from the 70's and 80's all had logos on them. I guess the NFL's rights must have been too expensive for them?
  2. 1980 Topps. There was no logo on the front, and only a small Topps logo on the back.
  3. C, but only if you move the center stripe down to the hem.
  4. Here's a wrong uniform for the Sabres' new head coach Phil Housley. Housley only played 4 games with the Leafs, one regular season game and 3 playoff games.
  5. He's a lumberjack, and he's OK.
  6. Then they switched to the Sabres' slug template...
  7. 86 with the Raiders, and 81 with the Panthers and Cowboys.
  8. I get where you're going with this, but 25 was Ismail's number at Notre Dame.
  9. The Sabres have been using that same 'Sharpen Your Swords' graphic with the logo with no silver for months. I don't think it means anything.
  10. Here's something for Kolzig: Right team, right uniform, wrong position. Olie playing defense during a Caps Alumni game.
  11. When Reebok originally designed the Edge system the jerseys were meant to be worn tucked in to the pants. That's why there weren't hem stripes on any of the early prototypes. The players, thankfully, rejected the idea since tucking the jerseys in would trap in too much heat.
  12. I'm a Sabres fan, so I think of him as a Senator mainly because of this:
  13. Tugnutt only played 18 games (7 regular season, 11 playoff) as a Penguin. He played the most games and had his best career numbers with Ottawa.
  14. For a Habs fan seeing Lafleur as a Nordique must have been even more wrong.
  15. Not really 'in action' since he's just kind of standing there, but here's Jim Zorn as a Buc.