An Interesting Night for Color-on-Color Games

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Tomahawk Swap

The Blackhawks have two different tomahawk shoulder patches — green-topped for the white jerseys and white-topped for the red jerseys. That leads us to a communiqué from reader Charles Noerenberg, who writes:

My friend recently got me some packs of old hockey cards ranging from 1988-1991, and I opened I noticed something off . . . → Read More: Tomahawk Swap

Monday Morning Uni Watch

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It was neon/higlighter kind of day yesterday, as the NFL and NHL both dressed their best players in garishly bold colors for their respective all-star games. Here’s a look at some of the games’ finer uni-related nuances, beginning with the Pro Bowl:

• All Chiefs players . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Uni Watch

Lucky Seven!

Cover Art by Rob Ullman – click to enlarge

By Phil Hecken

If the artwork on the cover of the January 15, 2015, edition of Las Vegas Seven, pictured above, looks familiar to you, that’s because the artist has been featured on Uni Watch many times before — it’s by none other than UW . . . → Read More: Lucky Seven!