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  1. Hello, CCSLC! I've put together a redesign of all six teams playing in this year's Spengler Cup. For those of you who don't know, the Spengler Cup is the world's oldest professional club tournament. From Boxing Day to New Year's Eve every year, six teams meet in Davos, Switzerland to play in the tournament. Every year, the local team, HC Davos, and a team made up of Canadian professionals playing in Europe take part in the tournament, along with four other teams invited to play. The tournament is played in Davos' Vaillant Arena, which, in case you haven't ever seen it, is absolutely $^ing gorgeous. This year, like in previous years, the teams are split up into two groups of three, each group named after a Swiss hockey legend: Torriani and Cattini. I'll start by posting Group Cattini, containing the tournament's first-ever Croatian team, the KHL's Medvescak Zagreb, along with the hosts HC Davos, and Team Canada. By the way, in case you're wondering, yes, all the jerseys will have advertisements on them. This is European hockey we're talking about. The ads are the only thing I'm not willing to change about the concepts, because honestly, the concepts are not realistic ideas for this tournament without the ads. I have tried to tone them down and make them less of an eyesore than they normally are. This is what the tournament's jerseys looked like last year. They're cluttered, all on the same template, and - worst of all - the ads stick out like a sore thumb. For these concepts, I tried making them blend in better with the uniforms. I'll take any other comments, criticisms, death threats, marriage proposals, or financial deals involving Nigerian princes.