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  1. Here's a project I've been working pretty hard on for the last little while. I've put what little skill I have in creating logos into this, and think it's come out pretty well. So here it is, the National Floor Hockey League! This takes place in an alternate-history-ish situation. In the early 1900's, indoor floor hockey became the summertime companion to the NHL and other ice hockey leagues, with local organizations and leagues sprouting up in established hockey markets, such as in Colorado, the Pacific Northwest, California, the Chicago-area, and the Northeast. Canada was not as interested in the sport, but had a couple teams in southern Ontario playing in the Midwest League. There were five large leagues, and tons of smaller, more local "minor" leagues. The biggest leagues were the... Rocky Mountain Floor Hockey League (Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming) California Floor Hockey League (California, Arizona, and Nevada) Pacific Floor Hockey League (British Colombia, Oregon, and Washington) Midwest Floor Hockey League (Ontario, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, and Indiana) Northeast Floor Hockey League (New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, etc.) Where the sport existed, it was big, growing nearly right alongside the NHL in revenue and fanbase-size. Eventually, in an attempt to reach a wider audience and produce a more nationwide audience, the five major leagues merged in 2007. The individual teams merged in 2007, putting the best of the best in the biggest markets, to create larger fanbases. The new league was named the National Floor Hockey League. After the plan successfully worked, and the league grew in both revenue and fans, the league expanded in 2017, into non-traditional hockey markets, such as Texas, Louisiana, and Florida. The league also expanded into Minnesota, planning to maintain it as a permanent franchise. This series is the league in 2018, a year after expansion. The franchises' names and jerseys will be released as the teams themselves are, but the logos are on the map below, along with some league logos and other information. League Logo: It's pretty simple, using the red, white, and blue colors most major sports leagues do. It takes the shape of a hockey puck, as used in the floor hockey game. It's a distinctive enough shape to stand out from a regular circle, but is similar enough to a simple shape as to stay relatively simple. Conference Logos: These are really just simplified league logos, customized for the East and West conferences. Not a whole lot to say here. League Uniform: Floor hockey uniforms have been, for the most part, hockey-ish designs on soccer-ish uniforms. The NFHL has used a Puma template since its inception, and is again seen here. The league logo sits in the bottom right corner, while the DT Concepts logo mirrors it. Puma gets its logo on the pants and top right corner, as well as subtly put on the sublimated pattern on the arms. And yes, despite the fact that you all will dislike it, the league will have every team wear a sponsor patch on their left chest. Court Specifics The NFHL courts are the same size as NBA courts, with the layout of an NHL rink. The league logo is placed inside the offside-lines on each side of the rink. The arena and sponsor logos are placed to face the television cameras, along with the team logo at center. Teams are able to use custom designs on their courts, in a lighter color, as long as it doesn't appear as extra lines on the court. Team Map Here are all the logos and locations of teams in the NFHL. Team names and uniforms will be released at a later date, however. There's all that! Here are a list of team locations. I will update them with names and links to the posts with their uniforms and whatnot as necessary. 2018 NFHL All-Star Game - Toronto, ON Colorado Bucks Empire State HC Los Angeles Gold Miami Vipers Minnesota Saints New Orleans San Antonio Seattle Totems St. Louis Pioneers Toronto Nationals