With talks ramping up about a return of hockey and completion of the 2019-2020 season and playoffs, lets take a look at how this might look on ice. Currently the rumblings state that each division could play in a central location, and while this is in no way official, three of those four sites have been discussed by the league in recent meetings with teams.
Continuing our throwback series today with a look at the current day Maple Leafs logo displayed on each side of the early 2000's red line pattern. Toronto was one of the last NHL teams to make the switch to one single logo at center ice. 2008 would be their final season with the dual logo layout, leaving only St. Louis, Montreal, and Philadelphia to follow, in that order. Here is what the ice would look like if they had never made the switch.
Continuing our "What If" series with a look at what the Seals center ice might look like today if they were still an NHL team in Oakland. We are using Oracle Arena for this concept, because in our fantasy world, it has been retrofitted for hockey.
Continuing our series of "What If", lets try out the Kansas City Scouts.
Continuing our "What If" series with a look at what the North Stars center ice might look like today if they were still the NHL team for Minnesota.
For this scenario, I made a small update to the Barons logo. Their short live does not give us many hints at what a logo might look like today, so I simply used a more modern "C" and got rid of the wordmark inside it.
With the start of the All Star Weekend just 7 days away, things are starting to get busy at Enterprise Center in St. Louis.
The 2020 NHL All Star event is set to begin in St. Louis in a couple weeks and the jerseys were unveiled this week.
Continuing our "What If" series with a look at what the original Winnipeg Jets center ice might look like today if they played in the Bell MTS Centre, home of the current Jets franchise.
All summer we waited to hear details about the brand new scoreboard that the Bruins had mentioned on a couple occasions. However, after most of the summer had passed with no news, and pictures came out showing most of the scoreboard still intact, it became clear that a new scoreboard was no longer on the table. Since then we have received word from a source within the Bruins' organization that they ran out of time, due to the shortened off-season, and that they expect to replace the board in the Summer of 2020.