Notice anything uni-notable about this old photo of Michael Jordan about to break some hearts in Detroit?
Here’s the part that interests me: For both teams, the color of the NOB lettering doesn’t match the color of the uni numbers. I haven’t come up with a snappy name for this phenomenon yet, but for . . . → Read More: When the Number and Name Colors Don’t Match
Seattle’s new NHL franchise is set to hit the ice at the start of the 2021-22 season. We still don’t know what the team’s name will be (the latest word is that it may not be revealed until the fall), but now we at least know the new name for their arena.
Reader Will Scheibler recently came across something very interesting on eBay: a listing for the original mock-up artwork for the Calgary Flames’ mid-1990s “diagonal stripe” uniforms — one of the more unusual uni designs in modern NHL history.
[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Keith Dussell, who’s created a very special uni-related project. Enjoy. — PL]
By Keith Dussell
In the summer of 2018, my cousin’s eight-year-old son, Jack, came to Seattle for a visit. The Vegas Golden Knights were making their Stanley Cup run at the time, and . . . → Read More: Ladies and Gents, Your Barcelona SugarCats!