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NHL Releases All-Star Uniforms

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Uni-Verse Is Brimming with White Privilege

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

NHL to Eliminate Alternate Uniforms Next Season

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

How Are Teams Wearing the NHL’s Centennial Patch?

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?