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Glen's NHL Rebrand Part IV

DALLAS- Green is back! I relegated black to an alternate colour. The logo has been changed to more closely resemble that of the team's affiliate in Texas. I've also added hem stripes. The high-school look is no more, and the Stars now look like a professional team.

DETROIT- "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" The only changes that I made were slight. I changed the striping on the the road to match the home, and added TV numbers to the sleeves of the alternate. I added the alternate logo to the shoulders of the home and road. The Winter Classic jersey returns as an alternate.

EDMONTON- I had originally planned to use the retro templates, but in navy and copper. That didn't exactly go as planned. So, rather than that, I used the pre-Edge jerseys and recoloured the copper to orange. A single oil drop adorns the shoulders. I actually changed the alternate jersey while writing this post. The team's oil worker alternate logo is placed on their 1996-1997 home jersey. It's a jersey that I've always loved, and although it may not work as a primary jersey, I think it fits nicely as an alternate.
That's all for now. Have a very Merry Christmas, and I'll be back with FLA, LA, and MIN next week.

Glen's NHL Rebrand Part IV Reviewed by Glen Cuthbert on December 23, 2010 Rating: 5


Ryan said...

Nice work on that Oilers alt. I didn't realize that oil worker logo worked so well as a main crest. Nice idea!

Glen said...

Haha, I seriously decided to do that AS I was typing the post.

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