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Say hello to the Central Illinois Flying Aces. http://www.ushl.com/news_article/show/829901?referrer_id=2650688 As revealed at the parade, the Flying Aces’ new visual identity will incorporate some of the Thunder’s image but opts for more of a traditional, vintage look for both the logo and uniforms. Although the Aces will still use navy blue, they will now have a red jersey in place of the navy jersey that has been worn during the past three seasons. Both the red and white jerseys have the same red, white, navy, and light blue piping on the sleeves, while the white jerseys, which will be worn at home for the first half of the season, have red trim on the shoulders.
The Chicago Steel is a USHL Tier 1 junior hockey team that plays in Bensenville, Illinois. They have been around for 15 years and have had the same logo since the start. I found a font that i thought would work real well as a new word mark for the Steel. I slightly remade the Steel's logo with the new font and slight other changes, followed by a second one that used the style they have had but added the skyline of Chicago and other variances. The top one was the last concept when i decided to make a whole new logo for the club. I took their shoulder logo the C with the crossed hammers an remade it to have the bolts included to look more like a steel girder. I had a friend suggest making an S-hammer logo for the home uniform and make the C-hammer for the road. at first o was going to make the squared C and hammers the shoulder [atch but then chose to use the rounded one. the black primary version was just tryin to see what it would look like with a black shield instead of read. Please feel free to post your comments and let me know what things work and what ones need some changes.