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  1. I don't think I've seen anyone mention this, but Jerry Bruckheimer is part of the NHL Seattle ownership. Considering he's the producer of the "Pirates" movies, "Kraken" makes sense in the same way "Golden Knights" does for Bill Foley. While I don't think "Kraken" is the worst name ever, I hope they go with Sockeye, work with the league to take back Metro(politan)s, or figure out something else. I really like the shade of red they're using on the new site and think it would work very well with "Sockeye" as the name. For reference: NHL SEATTLE STL CARDINALS #FF0000 RED
  2. Colorful and dynamic event identity + plain black-and-white uniforms = the modern All-Star experience. The NHL and NBA have more in common than I thought!
  3. How does the Dallas Stars' "Victory" Green compare? Seems a little richer than the Austin shade.
  4. From the AFL's press release: So this was basically an in-house job.
  5. Correct. That hat & logo were showed off by a local sports radio station on Tuesday:
  6. I may be seeing something that's not there, but... Otherwise, it's a good look.
  7. *** CAUTION: Pure Speculation Ahead *** We already know that Memphis' City Edition will be their new grey this season. It just occurred to me that since the day of their redesign, the Grizzlies have been giving away these sunglasses: (Please ignore my oddly dusty dashboard...) While they've given away sunglasses for a couple of seasons now, they're usually yellow and haven't matched a uniform before. However, my bet is on a grey set with this new "MEM" shipping container mark front-and-center.
  8. Why does the NBA insist on such a lazy approach? Every single one of these team names either (1) have a proper Spanish translation, like Toros for Bulls, or (2) would be the same word in Spanish because it's a proper noun. Is this a licensing issue? They don't want to/can't register "Sacramento Reyes," so why bother? I may be off base, but I feel like this approach could be considered offensive.
  9. The ACTUAL Conference Champs banner is already gold. If they're going to continue the different colors for different banners route, then they've run out of colors. My solution w/o redoing every banner: WHITE - Division NAVY - Presidents' Trophy GOLD - Western Conference SILVER (shimmer fabric!) - Stanley Cup
  10. It's definitely grey: Which makes me wonder, what color would an eventual Stanley Cup banner be?
  11. I'm a Preds fan, but this is ridiculous, borderline embarrassing. IMO, the only acceptable banners are: - Stanley Cup - Conference (PLAYOFF) Champs - Presidents' Trophy - Retired #'s Put all of the Division titles on one banner. Anything else is superfluous. Other than the weird and unnecessary grey banner, these do look good.
  12. Way too reminiscent of the Columbus Crew. Darn shame, as they used very unique, NM-centric colors leading up to this logo. And it's not like it would take much effort to make it more New Mexican:
  13. Compare the installed logo to the bug in the corner... Someone didn't Do Their Job.