M4One

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  1. Edmonton Eskimos could become the Edmonton Empire in a couple of years. The team trademarked the name March 2018. I'm surprised that they might actually go through with the name change. And for those that can't see the Lions helmet like me. And the jerseys. Even a dash of black on the numbers make the white jersey better than in the past. And no tramp stamp.
  2. Yeah, I guess that could be a problem. If they only use the black pants for the road white, it might not look as bad if they are going with the black helmet. It will still look bad, but just not as crappy.
  3. I would just keep the black helmet and just wear orange all year long, which they can do since they don't clash against any other team in the league.
  4. M4One

    NHL 2018-19

    While yellow can work as the light coloured jersey in hockey like how the Canucks and Kings use to be, I don't think any team will go that route. Nashville would be the only choice, but considering they fully embraced yellow/gold at home a few years ago, I can't see them only wearing them on the road.
  5. M4One

    NHL 2018-19

    I grew up with that, too. But I got over it quick. With most teams wearing dark alternates at home, it just made sense for the league to make the switch when they did. For the playoffs, I'd be okay if a team like Winnipeg went with white at home. They would probably be the only one. I just don't want it to be like the NBA where a team might wear 2 or 3 different jerseys in 1 series. Switching them after every round is fine, just not every other game.
  6. M4One

    NHL 2018-19

    I think teams should normally wear their dark jerseys at home, but I wonder if Winnipeg would be allowed to wear their white jersey to complete the white out?
  7. One off jerseys like these shouldn't really count. The uniform should be one where the players have worn them or they were in use for at least a year or two to count.
  8. Not many stadiums named Pond, are there? Honestly, I didn't even know Arrowhead was a sponsored name for the longest time. I don't know if you know, but what is now called the Honda Center, is home to the Anaheim Ducks.
  9. Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim.
  10. In 1989, the Canucks changed their uniforms once again, ditching the puke yellow home jerseys that Brian Burke, the Canucks assistant GM at the time, hated. They kept the logo and colours, but it could have been another radical colour and logo change. Burke liked the proposed design, but didn't think ownership wanted to make the change after spending $100,000 on the skate logo. The local designer also tweaked the skate logo, neither of which were accepted.
  11. M4One

    NHL 2018-19

    I'm going to say it. What a jerk thing for them to do. The alternate isn't that bad, but the logo brings it down.
  12. I'm pretty surprised at how good these are. I wasn't expecting them to be trash, but I figured they would end up looking somewhat bland.
  13. Mystery, Alaska. Brown and black is a pretty good looking combo.