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  1. The Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL are named after the local railroad that ran from 1920 on.
  2. I actually own and wear this....
  3. My guess would be a high school or community college that altered the Greensboro Bats logo into a devil. I am 100% on the original logo... Just couldn't tell you the source of this.
  4. When the Squares get their way. I'm personally waiting for the nonagon craze to kick in.
  5. I was at the launch event tonight. The reception was quite positive. As a matter of fact, my "date" for the evening cheered because there was no bird in the crest. Personally I like it. It's simple, which is IMHO the way to go. They could have really gone overboard with symbolism, and they avoided that mess.
  6. I know, and I should have prefaced it with a warning. While I don't post all the time, I've been a member of this community for a long time, and as a Browns fan I'm keeping close tabs on stuff. If it doesn't happen, mea culpa.
  7. It's a reddit rumor, but one from a guy who hasn't wavered once on what the changes will be. He's claiming a "candy orange" with a matching facemask and changes to the stripe. He seems to be connected to Nike somehow, but I'm taking it all with a grain of salt.
  8. Rumo(u)r has it tomorrow will be the reveal day for the helmet.
  9. Gwinnett has had a Kroger patch for 11 years now.
  10. The logo feels more like New Mexico to me, not Colorado. I can't say I'm a fan.
  11. I know, it's awfully red.. I just found it interesting to see which way they might be leaning. I want April here already!
  12. DISCLAIMER: Reddit Rumor According to one of the guys on Reddit, they are using "Energetic Orange" from Sherwin-Williams to paint some conference rooms. While this may not be the actual shade used, it should give an idea of the general direction the Browns' front office is leaning.
  13. The Gwinnett Gladiators haven't changed uniforms, but the names are now in black and numbers are in maroon with a black outline. They've also gone to gold numbers on the helmets.
  14. That logo wasn't used until the last two years in Minnesota... They used the "pointy N" prior to that.