It was no surprise they were going this route. The NHL All-Star Game logo was revealed on Wednesday and of course they would use a Silicon Valley theme. The logo is meant to represent an app icon. It’s so predictable they would choose this theme.
But is that the only thing that San Jose/Silicon Valley is known for?
I remember a few years ago when WWE was hosting WrestleMania in Santa Clara and they too went with a Silicon Valley theme, featuring a “play” button as part of their logo.
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The Super Bowl is here and it’s time for those predictions. This should be a close game featuring the best of the best versus a team with a bunch of surprises throughout their playoff run.
Here are some things I look forward to in this game.
Well here it is folks. This appears to be the new Kings logo set. It takes a piece of their history and gives it a modern take to the logo. The city name is there and the font is different. The basketball has an added seam. Overall, it’s a pretty good modern version of an old logo. (Keep in mind that the official colors are not known yet — black and white is just a placeholder.)
If you click the link, you can see the the other alternate logos. Overall, it’s a nice set but I will have to wait until I see it in its full color first. I do like the lion logos. Continue reading
Earlier this month a leak showed what the Islanders could be wearing. The leak was accurate and now it’s official.
Now that we have a full look at it, I still don’t like it. I think the Isles need to stick with their blue and orange colors. I like the Al Arbour patch but that’s really it. The color feels forced and even the four stripes for the four Cup titles feels forced. It’s kind of plain and boring. Not a fan at all.
NHL teams, like the Habs and Leafs, have made an effort to discourage fans from buying counterfeit jerseys. The NHL doesn’t want fans to buy the fake stuff. It takes away from their merchandise and it cheapens the product. It all makes sense.
But why would the NHL tweet a photo featuring fans wearing counterfeit jerseys?
It’s very obvious that these are not the officially licensed jerseys that the NHL sells.
Fans were quick to point this out.