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Snowcap30

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ok because school is almost winding down, ive decided to do an NHL Project of what i think the NHL jerseys SHOULD look like. i hope this gets more replies than the last one :D

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Anaheim Mighty Ducks

Atlanta Thrashers

Boston Bruins

Buffalo Sabres

Calgary Flames

Carolina Hurricanes

Chicago Blackhawks

Colorado Avalanche

Columbus Blue Jackets

Detriot Redwings

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heres a rundown-

Ducks: i took away the space on the home/away jersey bc i felt it took away from it. also added the 3rd jersey shoulder logo to each. for the 3rd i got the original idea from the recolorization by STL but i did do sum stuff diffferent.

remember..this is how the NHL SHOULD be

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just because of the colors....

I think on the alt jersey..the maroon looks almost black or dark brown as opposed to maroon.  But, I think that is because of the "small area" of the maroon.  Not to fault the design..it is just a "opticial illusion" when colors are placed near each other.

I love the jerseys and I like the "wordmark" on the alt jersey...pretty slick.

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Very nice. If they decided to go with these changes, I'd be completely in favour, despite it not being my personal ideal. It's a great look for Atlanta, although I don't hate the primary cyclone-thrasher logo on one of the home or away.
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I,too, like the 'cyclone thrasher'. I'm happy you colored in the hem stripe on the home. The only other thing that bothered me is how the front and back(on this template) of the ends of the sleeves don't match up. One has two jags, the other has one.
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