OhioSportsMan61

Some NHL Concepts (feedback needed)

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Great work on the Flames. I could take or leave the lace-up collars, but those stay consistent with the primaries. As a Calgarian, but an Oilers fan, my flames fan friends love the black and the horse logo.

Flames fan here who would like to stay away from black as a primary--okay as a trim colour, and I HATE that horse--I was so glad when they retired it.

Looks like a bald horse with flaming snot.

I could live that jersey as an alternate--but I'd prefer something not black as the jersey colour...

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I love the Lightning jersey, as I HATE the new logo.

The Jackets jersey is a huge upgrade with the removal of the tan aka vintage white.

And as a person who puts the black Flames third with the horse head in my top 5 jerseys, I love the new twist in keeping the horse logo.

Nice work.

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I really like your Ducks concept, the Jackets is a little too bland for my taste.

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The use of the Duck mask gets my immediate approval ^_^

But I'd use a lighter shade for the gold. Having the dark coloured sticks like that looks really awkward.

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Canucks:

This is just a vintage mashup of the Millionaires uniform and the 40th Anniversary uniform recently worn. Heritage Classic logo and V logo credited to HJC

canucksHC_edited-1.png

C&C always welcome

While there is nothing wrong with the actual concept I would not want to see this worn as an official alternate. They are the Canucks, not the Millionaires and the only colours acceptable for them are Blue, Green and White.

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Canucks:

This is just a vintage mashup of the Millionaires uniform and the 40th Anniversary uniform recently worn. Heritage Classic logo and V logo credited to HJC

canucksHC_edited-1.png

C&C always welcome

While there is nothing wrong with the actual concept I would not want to see this worn as an official alternate. They are the Canucks, not the Millionaires and the only colours acceptable for them are Blue, Green and White.

correct this would not work as a alt but i think he intended it to be the heritage classic uni.

anyways the concept is well executed i like the blend of eras on the sleeve stripe

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I'm not feeling the Seals one, as it uses my least favorite colour scheme of theirs--I don't like the colour scheme, so it kind of ruins the rest for me--but the kelly green & yellow scheme would probably make that look good.

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but...that's the Portland Pirates logo...it has absolutely nothing to do with the short-lived NHL team...actually, it looks like a major clash of eras with the modern, cartoony logo and trying to use an old name, and a shoulder logo that makes no sense without the context of those original Pirates sweaters (the stripes in the logo were stripes on the actual body of the uniform).

I liked your other stuff, but this one should go back to the drawing board.

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bump. i may try to change around my pirates concept, and turn it into a penguins concept...if i have time tomorrow, ill post it.

more C&C please!

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Not a fan of that color scheme for the Seals.

I liked their other color scheme of darker green and black. I have a jersey from that year too, looks amazing.

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California Seals:

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Going against the grain here but I love these. I have the 1973 Seals kelly green and yellow jersey, and though it's beautiful, it resembles a Bruins or North Stars look from a distance. This is scheme they had with the one prior to the seals scripted jersey both seem far more unique.

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