28/11/2011

Makes them look like NHL jerseys

At that time the Wild had barely played a season but team management was already looking into the possibility of a third nhl black ice jerseys. It would be 2003 before the Wild actually debuted one, but it was on their radar even then. And if you look at image in the linked gallery, it's nearly the same design but with the green and wheat swapped and without the alternate shoulder logo. Try to imagine the red swapped with green. Could we be looking at an earlier version of the Wild's upcoming third jersey. I'm not sure about this jersey. It looks a little too much like a baseball uniform to me. Why not just bring back the solid green former primary jerseys? Those would be badass, plus since 2007 there has been a lack of green in the NHL. And if so, what do you think. Does the script suit the classic look Minnesota strives for. One thing I want to make note of that makes me question whether these are legitimate prototypes. If you look closely at the shoulder patches on both of these designs, the logos are upside down. A simple mistake for a design firm on unofficial artwork. Perhaps, but it's worth pointing out anyway. Or does it fall flat and ruin the club's aesthetic. Being a loyal Wild fan, I really don't know what to think about them. Image looks really sharp, but I don't know if its really a proHockey Jersey cheap. I think it looks too collegiate personally. But who knows, we will all find out in September.

I think Jersey is basically exactly the same thing they've had in the past, plus green instead of the wheat color. That being said, having seen teams like the Oilers, Islanders, Canucks, Bruins, and Maple Leafs all going to throwback/past years uniforms for their new alternate, I think a green version is exactly what we're gonna see. They seriously need to produce a green claude giroux black ice premier. Wild uniforms have always looked like they belonged on a roller-hockey rink. To me the conversation should not be happening because we should be called the Minnesota Blue Oxen. The color-spectrum of green is seriously underused in today's NHL since the Stars apparently have become afraid of their own team colors, let alone their logo. Way too much blue and red going on in the league, not enough green. Wild, make it happen. The only other team that uses any shade of green in any capacity other than the Stars and the Wild is Vancouver, who have it as a secondary trim color. Then we mix in some classic blue and blue using Maine's jerseys as a staring point and look out Stanley Cup! they look like they`re from the fifties, the original from when they entered the league, home and away look much nicer. And why not wear white at home again. The Flyers also added winger Ian Laperriere who's known more for penalty minutes than anything else. Though it's not clear in this picture, Laperriere will wear nhl jerseys. He debuted with the St. Louis Blues in 1994 with No. 22 on his back, keeping it during a brief stint with the Rangers in 1995 and during his nine-season tenure with the Kings. hat Senators third hunter pence cream jersey has never looked better... from the back. God, I can't stand the front. Y'all know why. Also, Kovalev looks a bit like Bouwmeester to me.

Brian Boucher is actually returning to the club that drafted him in 1995 and will return to the No. 33 he first wore as a rookie in 1999. Since leaving for Phoenix in 2002, Boucher has logged a lot of miles. Does anyone know why the leafs haven't done any press conferences like this yet? Are they just waiting until they can do one big one, or do they just not feel the need since they get enough publicity as it is? He managed to keep his number there and for three games in Calgary, I dont know if you cover the Central hockey league. but recently they introduced two new teams. the missouri mavericks and allen americans. i dont think either team has introduced blake wheeler jersey winnipeg yet but both have logos. also in the international hockey league they introduced two new teams. but lost it in 2006 to Adrian Aucoin in Chicago and then Fredrik Modin in Columbus, where he donned No. 31 and No. 35, respectively. He finally got it back with San Jose two years ago. one which you have covered, the other new team is the Dayton Gems which have unveiled a logo but no jersey. and in the sphl you have been following the pensacola ice flyers logo competition. the sphl also welcomed the mississippi surge to the league. the team has no NHL Toronto Maple Leafs Jersey yet but a nice logo. the louisiana ice gators resurfaced in the sphl and will begin play this season.

24/11/2011

They had one of the best Hockey jersey

While I agree with alot of your choices and why. I just can't agree on all of them. I like the Coyotes but I agree that they could have done more, they really dropped the ball on that one. I love the vintage looks of the Iles, Oilers, Sabers and Pens. I agree with most of your rankings except for a few. In my opinion, Ottawa has the worst third Cheap Bruins Jerseys. They had one of the best jerseys when the entered the NHL, but they have ruined a good thing. The wordmark sens ruined the whole jersey. The fact that you have the Bruins jersey 17th out of 18th makes this one of the worst rankings ever. Espcially with teams like Ottawa, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Phoenix and San Jose in front of them. And any Chicago fan needs to stop crying, it's not that hard to turn a red or white jersey into black. That is so 90s. Same with LA. I would of been more impressed if they went back to old purple and gold.The teams that actually went retro should be all up top. Just one thing, no Cheap Flyers Jersey have ever had those tie up collars. A throwback with one would make no sense. And personally, I hate those tie up things anyway.Hockey Jersey

It comes off as modern and sleek rather than stodgy and boring. I'd rather wear the regular home Hockey Jersey cheap with a pair of jeans, but I actually almost prefer the 3rd for a full uniform. I think Toronto's is better then their home and road jerseys which look like pratice jerseys, but how about going really retro and bringing out a green Toronto St. Pats jersey? I love the Coyotes jersey until they put it on with the rest of the uniform. The red helmets, pants and gloves just don't go with the jersey. For someone walking down the street wearing the jersey it is awesome. I would have raised St. Louis higher i really like the choice of blue. LA's is so boring.. its almost as bad as the Thrashers or Stars. the leafs just threw one out there in my opinion. Philly's is nice and probably should have gotten more mid of the pack. The Canucks, I agree should have gone with green. that'd look mint. i think the reason why toronto did a white jersey is because thats the one they used to wear at home before teams started to wear the dark jerseys at home. they wanted to bring backk an old tradition. I hate the "Bolts" and the"Sens" those to me are the worst choices. the colours on the sens is really nice, but the word is just awful... the bolts again great colour scheme but its like they both called in the front design. Finally there are the sharks. i like this, though i do think its missing something, the shark is just kinda out there, it needs something. Detroit has never had a tie-up. There is plenty of history that doesn't include tie-ups. Personally, i'm not a fan. I don't see why they seem to be a staple of "retro" or third nhl black ice jerseys. At least its not a throwback like every other one up there. I thought this website was free of traditional jersey favoritism and more in favor of artistic quality, but I guess not and it disappoints me. I'm not surprised though.

The Sabres jersey is awesome. I don't mind the sliver and gold striping, I think it improves the jersey. Like you said the sliver piping could go, but it is not the worst thing. I would also dump the front numbers. They don't seem to fit because the logo is so big on the front. They work on the slug jerseys because the logo is smaller. I don't understand why you'd "definitely put a tie-up on an Original Six jersey". The first tie-ups were worn by the Canadiens back in the 1941-42 season. 15 years after each of the original 6 franchaises had started. The next team to join them was the Rangers in 1950-51. Having just gotten back from the Garden, I must comment on the Bruins' 3rds. Taken standalone, as a jersey, they're not terribly exciting. But with the black socks, the whole kit and kaboodle looks amazing. And finally Dallas' might not be the best third jersey, but it is better then their last third jersey. Chicago then added tie-ups in 1955-56, and Toronto in 58-59. The Bruins did not don a jersey with a tie-up until 1967, and by then, the NHL also included the California Seals, L.A. Kings, Minnesota North Stars, Philidelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and St. Louis Blues. First of all, Your rankings suck. Philadelphia 12? And don't give me this "tie up " front. The Flyers never wore a tie up jersey so why would they put that in their retro 3rd jersey? And to put Tampa ahead of anyone? Give me a break "Bolts". Vancouver has the same exact nhl hockey jerseys cheap now, all they did was switch a logo.