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So the other day I noticed that the NHL uses a canadian version of their logo that reads LNH.

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And Just now I noticed that the CFL's Montreal Alloutes use a french version of CFL logo on their jerseys that reads LCF, where all the other teams use the standard CFL logo

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Now my question is, do The Canadian teams, mainly the Canadians, use the LNH logo on their jerseys in place of the NHL logo? I cant seem to find any recent pictures to show if they do or not.

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Ok let me repeat. Do any of the Canadian Teams, MAINLY THE CANADIANS (Thats kinda why I added this little tidbit), use the LNH logo on their jerseys in place of the NHL logo?

And honestly, yeah. I didnt think about Quebec being the only French Speaking province till after the post. :)

But still, I have yet to see proof, which I would like to see.

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Well, Quebec is the only province where French is the primary language, but I believe New Brunswick and parts of Ontario are fairly bilingual. The Senators' site is bilingual.

Places like Edmundston, NB and Kapuskasing, ON are predominantly French. But they don't have NHL teams.

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Ok let me repeat. Do any of the Canadian Teams, MAINLY THE CANADIANS (Thats kinda why I added this little tidbit)

If you had spelt the team name correctly we would've picked up on your tidbit.

Otherwise it sounded like if you were asking if the Canadian NHL players wore the LNH patch.

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Well, Quebec is the only province where French is the primary language, but I believe New Brunswick and parts of Ontario are fairly bilingual. The Senators' site is bilingual.

Technically, New Brunswich is the only bilingual province, Quebec is officially French, and the rest are English.

The Canadiens jersey I have has all English patches, and their 2000 NHL patch was 'NHL', but in 1993, their 100th Stanely Cup patch was French, and the same with their All-Star patch

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Yup here in NB we're bilingual although its mainly because the northern half of the province is mainly french and the southern half is mainly english.

The only place in the south that has a sizeable French population is Moncton-Dieppe.

Also, there are French communities in Manitoba and Nova Scotia.

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