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  1. Does it seem like all of the special and alternate uniforms in junior are using the old CCM template?
  2. I really don't like the Oilers third. Maybe had the stripes on the sleeves had been slightly thicker or more than just two, it could have worked...maybe. Maybe a little white outline around the logo, too. At least, they won't go down in team history as the worst jersey ever. And why did they use the weird collar instead of just going with the thinner version?
  3. I'm going to call this rule, the Washington Nationals rule, since they are the most recent example. While MLB teams can wear their alternate jersey both at home and on the road during the playoffs, it can't be the same hi jersey for both.
  4. Former San Jose Sharks captain, Joel Pavelski and ex-Anaheim Duck, Corey Perry, as Dallas Stars.
  5. They could do that, but why risk a good thing with the Hitmen?
  6. I honestly don't see a problem with the Sens reusing the centennial jersey. It's not a horrible jersey. There are far crappier designs. Melnyk is cheap, a bad owner, and apparently a bad gambler, but I think them reusing the jersey might have more to do with them not knowing what they are doing with the brand more than anything and everything is kinda on hold until they decide which direction they are going. It was all speculation, but there was talk of a new logo and jersey a couple of years ago.
  7. Without any white stripes in the jersey, it wouldn't match, so I would say just going with the solid blue was the correct move. Of course, as you pointed out, the jersey needs some white stripes. I honestly don't think it even looks good in pictures.
  8. Go take a look at the video. https://www.nhl.com/avalanche/news/continue-climb-on-scoring-charts/c-309818630 Scroll down a bit and at about the half way mark you can see a side version of Landeskog doing the fly by on the celebration that is the same as that picture. There's also a shot of the C about 10 seconds in. It shows the normal looking C. There's a fold in that jersey you probably can't tell because of how dark the jersey is.
  9. Those Nets jerseys really need a black outline on the numbers and names.
  10. Only joking. It obviously is the top part of the leaf, but to me, it did resemble a candle. The blue part would be the flame. It does have a retro look about it. As for the Canucks, if they aren't going to get rid of the Orca, then just keep it as is. If they were going to tweak it, then they should have done it for this season.
  11. Weird decision for the Leafs to incorporate a candle into a logo. Originally thought it might be only to be used for when they hold viewing parties at Maple Leaf Square, but I guess it will be used for more than just that. https://mobile.twitter.com/MapleLeafs/status/1180105678922362880
  12. It would be somewhat hilarious if it's Adidas considering they weren't thrilled with Vince's Anthem logo that they thought was too similar. But, I guess business is business. If Vince was able to hire Eric Bischoff, Adidas can supply the XFL with uniforms.
  13. The more you look at the Brooklyn jersey, the more it grows on you. Too bad the number font doesn't really match.
  14. Vegas and Seattle had permission from the league to go ahead with those season ticket drives. Plus, those were for potential expansion teams. Different situation. The NHL, rightly or wrongly, were still trying to keep the Predators in Nashville, which ended up being the right thing.
  15. Wasn't sure if I should post it here since it's not a ring, but related to the Blues Stanley Cup win. St. Louis police officers who worked during last year Stanley Cup Final will be allowed to wear a special badge for the entire 2019-20 season.