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list of twitter accounts related to NHL owners In lieu of a potential NHL lockout here is a list of Twitter accounts of NHL Owners or the closest point of contact that I could find. If you have any additional info that I have not found or corrections, please add a comment below. Interesting that my findings mostly involve children. And those children are avid hockey fans, which makes me assume that they would like a NHL season as well. HockeyDrunk: where professionalism can stfu!
Hey guys, happy Easter Monday, hope everyone had a relaxing weekend. COTW has re-set for this week, we have 8 concepts up this week, go and check them out, and votes are due by Friday night. *Ryan jumping in here. You may have noticed that on the ABOUT/CONTACT HJC page you can find links to each of the HJC writer's profile cards. I thought they were a neat way to get to know us all a little bit. HockeyJerseyConcepts
On January 22, 1998, Minnesota's NHL expansion franchise announced their nickname and released their first logo! The name "Wild" was announced, beating out Blue Ox, Freeze, Northern Lights, Voyageurs and White Bears. The colors of Forest Green, Iron Range Red, and Harvest Gold, which are still used today. An unveiling took place at Aldrich Arena in Maplewood to show off the name and logo of Minnesota's new franchise. Interestingly enough, the current primary logo was nowhere to be seen. The primary logo that was initially released was a script logo, featuring "Wild" in green with gold and red outlines. Wild About Design
PuckDrawn Well, I had originally planned on having three judges, but Andy Hall hasn't responded for a couple of days and I don't think there's any reason to wait a third day for you guys to get your vote on. I think me and Chris Link came up with a solid Top 10 set of concepts. I would have loved to make this a Top 12 list, but what can ya do...
Blog - icethetics.info After the Blog, the Concepts page has always been a favorite of Icethetics readers. It's updated daily with fresh concept art designed and sent in by fellow readers with a knack for the artistic. And at the end of the year I like to take a look back at the highest-rated designs. 13 ∙ Team Germany by Bastian Schmülling
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Alex Ovechkin - NHL's Colorful Characters - Photos Hockey is such a consummate team game that players are encouraged to low-key their personalities to avoid calling attention to themselves and disrupting harmony on and off the ice. But sometimes a character just can’t be suppressed. Here are 20 of the NHL’s most colorful (for better or worse) players of the present and past. A dynamic, charismatic and edgy performer, Alex Ovechkin also has a playful side. It was on display during the Breakaway Challenge competition at the 2009 All-Star Game in Montreal when he donned a beach hat with a Canadian flag on it and a pair of shades.
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