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NHL 90s Series (Chicago Blackhawks added 26/34)

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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. 

 

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The Wild look good! I'd just swap the shooting star and red swoop's positions to avoid colour clashing.

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I'd use a cream outline on both jerseys, as well as the original font used... That was more 90's than the font you used, but otherwise, how much are you charging for these? :P

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...damn, they should do this in real life. It'd be better than the faux-retro mehfest their current set is.

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Bless your heart you didn't use the crooked logo from the mothership.

 

Excellent look for the Wild, but I agree that you should use the original number font.

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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.

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Glorious :P

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That is undoubtedly 90's. Their jerseys from that era were already pretty 90's, but these take it to another level.

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Good lordie. I would buy so many of these jerseys for no reason at all :D

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That Predators jersey is a great idea. Very 90s and very clever, generally. Nicely done.

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HOLY CRAP your Wild concept looks like it's legit straight out of the 90's haha great job!

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So. Much. 90s. I LOVE IT

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I feel that all of these would look great with Zubaz, which should tell you how awesomely 90s these are. Great work on those last two especially, there's a scary realism to both of them - those totally could have happened

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The 90s. Where you can do whatever the he@# you want :)

That Preds jersey.. :!: I love it :)

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Love this series, looking forward to the Sabs!

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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. 

 

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That jets concept may be the best one yet. The increasing striping is a great idea, and you executed it to perfection. Could you try angling the nameplate to make the design even crazier?

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They probably could've kept those for 10-15 years. 10/10

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