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  1. Zdeněk Ondrášek posted this Instagram story and then deleted it. The actual jersey or a bit of trolling?
  2. Is this the first look at the new Panthers jersey in action?
  3. Colorado Avalanche would be their bane.
  4. No, they didn't. The Stars have always considered themselves a direct continuation of the North Stars. They have always honored the records, players, retired numbers, etc of the North Stars. It's the same team. Same franchise. The first uniform set the Stars used was essentially the exact same as the last few years of North Stars uniforms. To claim that the Stars abandoned the name/color/uniforms like the Avalanche or Coyotes did would be ignoring facts.
  5. They apparently petitioned MLS to be allowed to use the LH patch there. MLS said yes.
  6. Authentic version, some small changes from the previous leak.
  7. Dallas probably should. As it is now, the Dallas flag has zero cultural presence here. I doubt 90 percent of Dallasites could pick the flag out of a lineup. But a cleaner, seal-less version could conceivably become something to hang on a flagpole or drape over a bar entrance.
  8. Also worth noting, that is essentially the Dallas flag on the back of the neck.
  9. Former Wild players will wear the one with the Wild logo, the former North Stars players will wear the just released jerseys. This whole thing feels strange. Seeing the old North Stars logo and Wild logo on the same jersey just seems disingenuous. Not a fan. No he's saying that because the jersey with the Wild logo is green while this one is white Oh. Hah. Yea I have no idea then.
  10. Former Wild players will wear the one with the Wild logo, the former North Stars players will wear the just released jerseys. This whole thing feels strange. Seeing the old North Stars logo and Wild logo on the same jersey just seems disingenuous. Not a fan.
  11. http://twitter.com/mnwild/status/679133226468814848/photo/1
  12. Very cool! I've heard of teams doing this, but is it fairly common now? (To have custom linework like that.) If so, it may be worth having a thread devoted to that (NHL and other leagues). Here are all of last year's red lines for the NHL: Or I think it is for 2014/2015. In any case frozenfaceoff.net is a great website for this particular rabbit hole. I think the guy behind it posts here too actually.