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  1. What template is that? Uniforms aren't bad. They're good actually but leave room for the imagination.
  2. If I ruled sports (Part Deux) - NHL Edition: - 32 Teams (31 Current + Seattle) - A lot of Relocations. Too many unnecessary nonsensical Sun Belt teams. Relocate them to more northern "hockey" cities: 1. Carolina back to Hartford 2. Florida to Quebec 3. Columbus to Hamilton 4. Nashville to Houston 5. Phoenix to Winnipeg 6. Winnipeg to Portland Was very tempted to move Calgary back to Atlanta (love the old Atlanta Flames logo, etc. But it would destroy the old Oilers-Flames rivalry. I'm torn on Vegas. Didn't they should get a team. But they were successf last year. Calgary and Edmonton are tie at the hip. Don't knkw how to handle their divisional alignment unless I move Vegas to say KC or Milwaukee. Rules: Not to deep into NHL but I know some don't like shootouts in comparison to the old tie system. Woukd definitely get rid of the current nonsensical playoff system in favor of the old way (division champs and next best 6 teams). Division Alignment Eastern Atlantic Division: Boston, Hartford, New Jersey, NY Islanders, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay, Washington Northeast Division: Buffalo, Detroit, Hamilton, Montreal, Ottawa, Pittsburgh, Quebec, Toronto Western Central Division: Calgary/Edmonton, Chicago, Colorado, Dallas, Houston, Minnesota,, St. Louis, Winnipeg Pacific Division: Anaheim, Calgary/Edmonton, Las Vegas*, Los Angeles, Portland, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver
  3. Btw, in addition, bring back unique team specific warm up suits. Shooting shirts and other materials, however, can be streamlined for every team. And this is the only place (warm ups) where ads can be placed (non jersey/in-game player apparel).
  4. If I ruled sports (Part 1) - NBA Edition: - 32 Teams (30 Current + 2 "expansion" teams) - Relocations: OKC back to Seattle (Supersonics), Memphis back to Vancouver (Grizzlies), New Orleans back to OKC*, Utah back to New Orleans (Jazz) - Expansion: Utah Stars, Memphis Bobcats - 2 Conferences (East, West). 4 Divisions (Atlantic, Central, Midwest, Pacific) - Atlantic: Heat, Hawks, Knicks, Nets. Celtics, Magic, 76ers, Wizards - Central: Hornets, Raptors, Pacers, Pistons, Bucks, Bobcats, Bulls, Cavs - Midwest: T'Wolves, Jazz, Stars, Mavs, Rockets, Spurs, Nuggets, Thunder - Pacific: Sonics, Blazers, Grizzlies, Kings, Lakers, Warriors, Clippers, Suns - Playoffs: Top 8 from each conference - All Star back to East-West format - No Jersey Ads. NBA logo back on FRONT on right side. Manufacture logo on back of jersey.
  5. Hopefully this turns out well because looking at their prior logo history, their track record isn't good. Who was their prior graphic design firm? A kindergarten class?
  6. I think this color scheme and font amalgamized with the current uniform design/template would be grea.....no perfect. No purple, no black, no wisconsin lake blue or whatever they call it. Irish green rainbow, red and cream.
  7. Yeah the blue jerseys have so much life to them. The black ones??? Not so much
  8. I love. The presentation is nice. And everything else is close to top notch. 8.5 or 9 out of 10
  9. Reverse the greens and you'd be on to something.
  10. They trying to cater to the new New York, full of Hipsters, Starbucks, enviromental friendly ideologies. The 2019 Jets (and their logo) will be eco-friendly
  11. I definitely prefer the eagle as @BellaSpurs mentioned. I find this one to be lacking. Looks more like a store or business logo and not one for sports albeit soccer/futbol.