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Roger Clemente

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I agree about the suspender stripes, though I suppose that if you're trying to make authentic-looking Edge jerseys, you need some arbitrary piping somewhere.

The choice of colours is great, the red is used just the right amount, and it all matches 100%. Excellent work.

May I request the Whale?

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I'd totally lose the 3 medieval symbol thingys at the bottom of the jersey. Just keep them as shoulder patches. Other than that it's fine.

They're called 'fleurs-de-lis', and they're epic. He's basing this jersey off the original Nordiques jersey, which may have been the best of all time.

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You know, if the Edge system cost the Avalanche their "mountian template" I wouldn't be surprised if it would ahve cost the Nordiques their fleur-de-lis from the bottom of the jersey.

-Dan

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Edge system didn't allow for many stripes at the bottom of jerseys. Maybe the solid colour at the hem would not be there if the Nords were around to see the Edge era.

Based on what FACTS?

I counted 12 of the 30 teams with some sort of stripes in 2007, including Chicago, Detroit and NY Rangers with the hem in a different colour than the jersay itself on their dark uniforms.

I could see the Fleur-de-Lys (the province National symbol...) disapearing from the bottom (unfortunately, then again, the Canes kept their "domino" pattern (whatever its real design name is...)

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Edge system didn't allow for many stripes at the bottom of jerseys. Maybe the solid colour at the hem would not be there if the Nords were around to see the Edge era.

Based on what FACTS?

I counted 12 of the 30 teams with some sort of stripes in 2007, including Chicago, Detroit and NY Rangers with the hem in a different colour than the jersay itself on their dark uniforms.

I could see the Fleur-de-Lys (the province National symbol...) disapearing from the bottom (unfortunately, then again, the Canes kept their "domino" pattern (whatever its real design name is...)

It represents the hurricane warning flag.

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Edge system didn't allow for many stripes at the bottom of jerseys. Maybe the solid colour at the hem would not be there if the Nords were around to see the Edge era.

Based on what FACTS?

I counted 12 of the 30 teams with some sort of stripes in 2007, including Chicago, Detroit and NY Rangers with the hem in a different colour than the jersay itself on their dark uniforms.

I could see the Fleur-de-Lys (the province National symbol...) disapearing from the bottom (unfortunately, then again, the Canes kept their "domino" pattern (whatever its real design name is...)

It represents the hurricane warning flag.

I knew its meaning, just wasn't sure if the designer gave it a formal name... :therock:

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