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i decided to draw some sort of concept for the us hockey team...my best guess would that is would prolly be a good shoulder patch and maybe could be used as an alternate jersey but thats a stretch so anyways comments and criticisms are appreciated, thanks. also, whenever i draw things in paint on this particular computer im using, the colors look a lot different on the other computer we have. maybe its screens, idk....

USA Hockey Logo

but the colors are supposed to be as follow:

-a dark blue for the top of the shield

-a dark, almost maroon type red for the stripes

-light brown for the sticks

-and a combination of a light grey and and even lighter grey for the star points

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This reminds of the crest the U.S. team had on their 1930s throwback jerseys in the 2004 World Cup of Hockey. I like the star in behind for a bit of modernization, but I think the hockey sticks and puck are kind of unnecessary, and it would look better without them. Addition by subtraction, you know? :D

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Maybe as a sleeve patch. Unsure as a jersey crest. Ditch the "USA" and replace with stars - people will figure out which team is being represented, you can use that space for design elements.

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I like the design... you need to get a better program to work in though--photoshop or illustrator will do, pig. ^_^

I'd change the outline on the star also--either thicker and make the lighter grey white instead, or take the outlines out completely and darken both shades of the star. *shrugs*

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