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Tampa Bay:

The home and road unis are ALMOST unchanged. I remove black from the jersey numbers on both and change the pants to black to assuage fan requests for more black. I also removed "Tampa Bay" wordmark from the road uni.

For the third jersey, I changed the torso color to black but maintained blue on the sleeves and hem. I added the victory stripes, again because the fans love them, onto the sleeves and I added the "Tampa Bay" wordmark onto the chest. finally, the socks are blue on top, unlike the sleeves, so that they clash better with the pants.

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Chicago is perfect, no complaints here.

As for TB, I'd make the alt all-black, or at least cut down the sizes of the blue spots; right now it looks too unbalanced. The black pants are/were much needed, but they would look odd with the rest of the jersey being blue. I'd add more black, even just a little, to the primaries for better colour distribution. Good work.

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Not to take away from the concepts themselves, but the stitching design on each jersey is really distracting and reduces the overall presentation. Gotta get rid of them, or at least utilize a stitching pattern that works with the jersey design.

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Anaheim:

For the Ducks, I return the fantastic and unique color scheme of the "mighty" era but keep the logos of the modern era. While the old ducks unis had stripes at weird angles, I straighten out the stripe set.

For the third, I take inspiration from the movie that started it all but place it on the striping pattern of the other ducks unis. I also added the duck logo drom the move to the wordmark, but I could be convinced this isn't a great idea, haha.

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Chicago look great and that Tampa Bay set is fantastic. The only change I'd make to Chicago would be to add an outline around the third jersey crest.

Those Ducks hemstripes are slightly too high up. Also, the current era logos look like awkward colour inversions, the silver (and yellow) backgrounds overpower the webfoot D and the lettering. I'd lose the tiny wordmark on the helmet in favour of either of the other logos. Otherwise, I quite like the home and away jerseys. ^_^

I'm personally not a fan of that third.

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Pittsburgh:

Pittsburgh has great uni tradition in both gold and yellow, but Penguins are yellow, not gold, so I return the pens to a more traditional set and more traditional color.

While I was tempted to go with a yellow alt, I decided to go with yet another throwback for the Pens. However, their last throwback was subpar, so I choose to throwback to 1973-7, which is similar to the 70-71 throwbacks but doesn't include the circle logo and is a little more blue and a little less powder (oh, and NNOB).

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Pittsburgh:

Pittsburgh has great uni tradition in both gold and yellow, but Penguins are yellow, not gold, so I return the pens to a more traditional set and more traditional color.

While I was tempted to go with a yellow alt, I decided to go with yet another throwback for the Pens. However, their last throwback was subpar, so I choose to throwback to 1973-7, which is similar to the 70-71 throwbacks but doesn't include the circle logo and is a little more blue and a little less powder (oh, and NNOB).

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Win. Thank you. :grin:

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Chigago: Nice alternate jersey!

Tampa Bay: Not too crazy about the black shorts with all blue jerseys or the unusual placement of the victory stripes on the alt.

Anaheim: I would personally reverse the teal and the silver on the crest. Try it. You'll seee how much sharper it looks.

Pittsburgh: Good job all around.

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Pittsburgh:

Pittsburgh has great uni tradition in both gold and yellow, but Penguins are yellow, not gold, so I return the pens to a more traditional set and more traditional color.

While I was tempted to go with a yellow alt, I decided to go with yet another throwback for the Pens. However, their last throwback was subpar, so I choose to throwback to 1973-7, which is similar to the 70-71 throwbacks but doesn't include the circle logo and is a little more blue and a little less powder (oh, and NNOB).

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I think I'm gonna cry...:)

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Boston:

The most recent cup champions don't need too much work. In fact, the home uni is almost unchanged and the road uni, I basically only change the shoulder yoke to yellow.

Where I take this set to a new place is on the third, which isn't a throwback (it's just a yellow alternate in this set's template), but definitely is influenced by jerseys of the Bruins' past, including the Winter Classic uni.

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Nashville:

This was the last set I did in this template, so bear with me.

This set is basically just a replication and edit to my new template of a Preds concept I did a while back. Both logos are different than their current real-world counterparts, but I think both are improved and the jersey are simplified and made better by a blue Third with a yellow lid.

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