Back in February of 2016, four of the NHL’s six 1967 expansion teams unveiled anniversary logos, which have been worn as patches during the 2016-17 season. The two teams not getting in on the fun were the California Seals, a franchise that no longer exists, and the Minnesota North Stars, who later moved to . . . → Read More: Dallas Stars Unveil Commemorative Patch
The Maple Leafs announced their centennial-season plans yesterday. Here are the uni-related essentials:
• The logo shown at right will be worn as a helmet decal. It will not be worn as a jersey patch.
• The Leafs will wear Toronto St. Pats throwbacks next March 18 against the Blackhawks.
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So here’s an odd situation: Back in February the Penguins revealed an anniversary logo that they’ll begin wearing next season (shown at right; click to enlarge). When I wrote about that logo at the time, I mentioned the following:
Speaking of the Penguins, reader Zane Heiple notes that their patch shows three Stanley Cups . . . → Read More: Pensâ€™ Potential Position Poses Possible Problem, Probably
During one of our recent discussions of anniversary patches, ordinals, and the like, reader Kurt Crowley posted a comment that caught my eye:
Can’t wait until 2019, which will feature MLB’s 150th anniversary, the Padres’ and Royals’ 50th anniversary, college football’s 150th anniversary, the NFL’s 100th season, and the 60th season for the eight . . . → Read More: 2019 Shaping Up as Potentially Epic Year for Patches