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As we were discussing the placement of the NHL centennial patch last Thursday, I found myself drawn to the two Blue Jackets photos shown above. “Huh,” I said to myself, “the white patch really sticks out there, because that uniform has no other white elements.”
Just to confirm that, I looked at a . . . → Read More: Uni-Verse Is Brimming with White Privilege
With hockey fans already nervous about what the Reebok-to-Adidas changeover will mean for NHL uniforms next season, a Minnesota Wild article in yesterday’s Minneapolis Star Tribune (helpfully brought to my attention by reader Luke H.) included the following news:
Multiple sources tell the Star Tribune that all NHL teams will be permitted to . . . → Read More: NHL Eliminating Alternate Uniforms for Next Season
When the calendar turned to 2017 this past Sunday, all NHL teams began wearing the league’s centennial logo as a right-sleeve patch — usually, but not always, below the TV number. This caught everyone by surprise, because there had been no mention of a patch when the centennial logo was unveiled back in . . . → Read More: How Are Teams Wearing the NHL’s Centennial Patch?