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  1. Joe Thornton using a visor during the 2010 Olympics (and sans beard if you consider beard equipment)
  2. GIMP is a free alternative that supports vector shapes.
  3. Along the same lines, Cam Fowler with Anaheim's original Reebok jerseys.
  4. This may be a bit of a stretch but how about the Ottawa Senators introducing a red alternate jersey with a forward facing logo in 1997, it eventually becoming the primary home jersey in 1999, and the same look essentially being used for the Reebok rebrand in 2007?
  5. Put this on a shirt and take my money.
  6. I feel like the Senators have done exactly that for better or for worse. Everyone has a nostalgia-boner for the original 2D logo, so when they put out surveys asking fans what direction their rebrand should go in...
  7. Icethetics posted a great article about the Sabres' transition. Using the classic logo, and using a blue that's not the original royal blue but still lighter than the current navy. https://www.icethetics.com/news/buffalo-sabres-show-signs-of-returning-to-royal-blue
  8. how about some league logo rainbows? edit: damn, should've swapped Minnesota and Dallas. WHATEVER
  9. Trevor Linden in the Reebok-era Canucks jersey. Such a strange sight for me.
  10. Personally I don't like the forced inclusion of orange. Why not omit the stick entirely? It such an outdated 90s motif that doesn't even make sense in the context of the logo (we eating hockey sticks because we are aggressive, grrrr). Teal, silver, black and white are already enough colors. Add orange and you've got a mess of 5 colors. Maybe a gray shark is monochromatic but if the base of the jersey is teal, I don't see any issues with that. Here's a concept I made a few years ago that incorporates the current shark with the original triangle.
  11. Oh wow, I never noticed that until you pointed it out. Pretty good example of EA just recycling logos. I would if I could. Are you referring to the temple indent next to the eye?
  12. A project that I started last year, but taking the time to put it all together to display now (thanks shelter in place orders); the North American Hockey Association completed entirely through the "Create a Team" feature in NHL 19. Just a few notes before I get started: - The logos available for creating teams in NHL 19 were somewhat limited so I tried my best to create realistic, yet fun identities for North American franchises. This is also why you'll see recycled defunct or minor league identities (Oakland Golden Seals, Toledo Walleyes, etc.) - Also jersey designs and capabilities are limited, so although I've tried to make each identity as unique as possible you may or may not see a few similar designs. - A lot of navy. I know. I like navy, so sue me. Enjoy.