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  1. Have them rebrand as the Kent Kraken
  2. Kind of like the Seattle Sounders (whose CEO was also Tod Leiweke)? That USL team was "very much currently alive" in 2008 when they announced the MLS team would take their name.
  3. Looks like Miami's Qatar sponsorship is official. And it's for a LOT of money. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-8008787/David-Beckham-signs-180-million-sponsorship-deal-Qatar-new-football-club-Inter-Miami.html
  4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sockeye_salmon#Competition
  5. https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/hockey/is-nhl-seattle-dragging-its-feet-heres-how-it-stacks-up-with-the-vegas-golden-knights-franchise-launch/
  6. https://www.desertsun.com/story/sports/hockey/2020/02/03/seattle-nhl-gm-ron-francis-visits-palm-springs-discusses-building-franchise-scratch/4627896002/
  7. MLS changed the system. There's no way they would allow a team (not even the Galaxy) to just go rogue on something like that. https://www.footyheadlines.com/2019/02/mls-changes-stars-rule-in-last-minute.html
  8. The shoulders on this new template royally screw up the MLS's already stupid star system.
  9. Not to mention Wizards of the Coast (publishers of Dungeons & Dragons) is based in Renton, WA.
  10. https://www.seattletimes.com/sports/hockey/sockeyes-or-totems-announcing-the-winner-of-our-unofficial-tournament-to-name-seattles-nhl-team/
  11. They've already changed the five championships. The Galaxy's current kit has 4 silver stars and a gold star.
  12. I live in Seattle's Scandinavian neighborhood, blocks away from said museum. There is zero kraken imagery anywhere.
  13. There was even talk at one point, not sure how serious it ever got, of using Drake's owl logo for the team.
  14. Sockeye salmon are indigenous to the northern Pacific Ocean, including the coasts of Washington State.