Excellent site; I can use new wallpaper for my desktop. Thanks, Omar! I've always hated that Canucks logo myself--it just seemed too simple. It's almost as bad as the look they have now. The look they had from (I believe) 1992-93 through 1996-97 was the best. The uniforms they wore in the 94 Finals were their best. I'm greatly biased though since I'm a Calgary and Pittsburgh fan. On a related note, I'd love the current Penguins jerseys if only the yellow was a lot brighter.
I have heard frightening rumors that the Flyers' upcoming third-jersey design will be yellow-based. Nothing good can come of this.
Please tell me that this is not true.
Although it would not surprise me if they came out with an orange-based uniform.
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Great Site - When I was a kid I had one of the penguins light blue jerseys (circa 1970) and one of the Canucks original jerseys to play shinny in when I wasn't wearing my Rangers jersey. Neither the penguins or canucks jersey had the logo on them.
As for the 3rd jerseys....I wonder if the Islanders will bring back any element of the Gorton's Fisherman Logo and I also wish the Rangers would get rid of the Lady Liberty jerseys - I hate them.....they were even worse when they were white and they looked (and played) like the old winnipeg jets
now if only there were a site like this for the WHA jerseys
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Originally posted by The GoonThe Bruins' and Predators' yellow third jerseys are just hideous Edit: Oh, and I have an Islanders hat with the Captain Highliner logo...I knew it would bomb, and had to have one.
Strange, that's the exact reason I had to get my hands on of those Bruins third jerseys when they came out in the winter of 1996. Now, every time I go see the Bruins play at either the ACC or the Corel Centre, those a more numerous than either of the two regular ones.
According to former NHL coach Michel Bergeron, Scott Stevens was actually cleared to play for the playoffs but refused to do it. He did it because with a lockout next year, he would have lost his salary insurance.