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Nashville Predators

Not too much to say about the primary. I'm always a sucker for a single vertical stripe, so I think I put it to good use in the secondary.

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Preds look cool. Can't wait for the Rangers!!!

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Vancouver Canucks

I decided to go with a PSG look for the Canucks, I think it fits their brand really well. I also went with a throwback look for the secondary.

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Nice work on the Canucks. I really like the throwback clash kit! The hoops are a really nice touch.

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I don't follow soccer, but I like all the little nods to the actual NHl sets here.

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Carolina Hurricanes

With the 'Canes latest jerseys they insisted on going with a classic look so for their soccer I gave them a Stoke City like primary kit. I decided to use their third jersey as inspiration for their secondary kit and honestly looks like something a Liverpool or maybe a Bayern Munich would wear as a third kit.

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St.Louis Blues please.

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Nice job. Canes away might be one of my favorites yet. Great work.

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Canucks looks good, although you don't use their primary logo once. By design?

And one more completely unimportant detail. You have used the year the team came into existence as the number on the jersey, but for the Canucks you used the number of years they have existed.

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Canucks looks good, although you don't use their primary logo once. By design?

And one more completely unimportant detail. You have used the year the team came into existence as the number on the jersey, but for the Canucks you used the number of years they have existed.

For the home I just felt like the secondary logo looks more like a soccer style badge than their primary does, but that is my opinion, you may think differently. For the away, I didn't want to do too many white secondary jerseys so for the Canucks I could either go green or maroon as a throwback look and I thought it would look confusing if I used a current logo on a throwback jersey. This is something that West Brom is doing this year and Roma have done before and will do next year as well.

As for the number, the Vancouver Canucks were founded in 1945 as a Pacific Coast Hockey League Team, so that is where the number comes from

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Boston Bruins

I will admit I did have a tough time with the bruins primary. I wanted it to be a classic look, maybe some horizontal or vertical stripes but nothing really worked with all three colors. I could have done sleeve stripes like in my Oilers set but then there wasn't enough white and yellow. In the end I went with something I noticed Olympique Lyon wear and I thought it fit the Bruins well. As for the secondary jersey, I noticed and was a big fan of the Huddersfield town kit and they way it mixed light colored vertical stripes with a dark colored shoulder stripe on a white base and I wanted to use that idea somewhere in these concepts and I thought it would work nicely with the Bruins.

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Canucks looks good, although you don't use their primary logo once. By design?

And one more completely unimportant detail. You have used the year the team came into existence as the number on the jersey, but for the Canucks you used the number of years they have existed.

For the home I just felt like the secondary logo looks more like a soccer style badge than their primary does, but that is my opinion, you may think differently. For the away, I didn't want to do too many white secondary jerseys so for the Canucks I could either go green or maroon as a throwback look and I thought it would look confusing if I used a current logo on a throwback jersey. This is something that West Brom is doing this year and Roma have done before and will do next year as well.

As for the number, the Vancouver Canucks were founded in 1945 as a Pacific Coast Hockey League Team, so that is where the number comes from

I suppose you are correct. I guess you could use "72" for the Hurricanes since that is when the Hartford Whalers were formed and joined the WHA.

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Bruins are just okay. I like the home kit a lot, but the away is a little rough on the eyes. The yellow and white don't make much of a contrast, and really make the kit appear very clunky. Maybe try a completely new design.

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Love the red flames uniform.  Who would have thought the 2004 look would translate into a soccer uniform so well.

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Philadelphia Flyers

For the Primary I went with a traditional look that sort of matches what the flyers wear now. As for the secondary I went with the striping pattern that the flyers used from 82-07.

 

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St. Louis Blues

Firstly I went with the secondary logo because I thought that one looked best on a soccer kit. For the primary I wasn't sure how to use the two different shades of blue effectively, so I went with the type of thing PSG are doing this year with the Navy Blue and darker Blue. As for the secondary look I went with a style similar to what Bayern Munich used on their away kits last year.

 

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