January 27, 2015

Got the Club Going Up, On a Tuesday!

Hello HJC readers, as I am hunched over a trashcan throwing up every 10 minutes, I am still writing, as I am a terrible procrastinator and even though I get my concepts for my posts on Friday night, I wait until Tuesday morning before school to write my posts. Maybe this will be a lesson learned. 

You have another whole week to make your World Cup of hockey concepts and send them in. And if you don't vote while doing so, SHAME ON YOU! Every vote is just as important because before a concept can win COTY, it has to win Concept of the week first, So VOTE MY MINIONS! 

COTY Semi-Final votes (end Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
COTW Jan 18-24 vote (ends Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
World Cup entries (due February 6 @ 11:59pm Eastern)

Saint Louis: Caz Williams

Good - The unique diagonal striping. It is unique asf.

- The absence of gold. It actually looks really sharp here.

- Dark and light blues used together. I am a suck face for double blue designs so it will always be my thing. 

- The number font.

Bad - The logo could use some more dark blue. 

- The collar should just be solid dark blue. It would tie in better with the rest of the jersey that way.


Pittsburgh: Connor J

Good -  Blue needs to be returned to Pittsburgh's color scheme. 

- The angled side striping looks really cool in combination with the pants stripe.

Bad - The front wordmark looks squished or distorted. 

- The socks look boring, I would have done light blue with a dark blue stripe down the middle. 

- Dropback number fonts are the Rangers' thing, It doesn't fit here. Also, the NOB font looks extremely MS Paintish, whether that's where you got it or not. 

- "Though the side panel striping looks kind of cool it just doesn't look good", if you get what I mean...


Dalhousie: Eric T
(The Dalhousie Tigers are a college club team in the NCAA)

Good - The jerseys aren't the same, but they match well together. 

- The black yoke on the white jerseys makes the black helmet look better, but normally a second white helmet would be the way to go.

Bad - The font on the back/sleeves of the jersey is a bit too small.

- You could raise the logo up a bit.

-The simplistic striping, though traditional, looks boring and uncreative. 

-The Reebok logo on the back should be the Reebok wordmark.


Knoxville: Ryan C

Good - This jersey is low key sexy. Especially for a team called the Speed, the checkered flag striping looks super slayin! 

- The matching striping on both jerseys

- The collar looks kind of like a NASCAR suit collar, so that's cool.

Bad - The logo. It would look better shrunk and put inside a roundel, but as is it isn't that great.

- The font, it could be smaller, but it would be even better to change it up completely.

- A shoulder logo would look sleek, and 9/10 times makes the jersey look way better, so consider that for your upcoming concepts.


Montreal: Taylor R

Good: - Taylor is an absolute genius! 99% of the time i think Underarmour hockey jerseys SUCK, but you are making them... look good? 

-The new design for the Habs. I'm kinda tired of the same old thing, the revitalized chest stripe and addition of gold are spectacular! 

-The blue yoke on the white jersey makes the blue helmet fit, but...

Bad - ... due to NHL equipment rules, white jerseys need to have white helmets to match, unless permission is expressed by the league for a one off like the Winter Classic or Stadium Series.

-The logo on the pants is a bit too big. 

- For all of the jerseys in this series, I would have put the Underarmour logo on the back where the Reebok wordmark usually goes, just because...

9.50/10 and a COTW NOMINATION! 

Well YOU BETTER GO VOTE! because if you don't you will feel shame. Shame worse then getting pantsed at Walmart when you are... ahem... aroused (definitely not a personal tragedy or anything), Shame worse than getting escorted from the ACC after throwing your 200$ jersey on the ice after the Leafs give up another goal. THAT'S THE SHAME YOU WILL FEEL! If you don't vote...


January 26, 2015

Monday: Back To The Grind

Good day folks! Hope you had a fun All Star weekend. Regardless of how you feel about the game.

I personally was happy to get to enjoy our first NHL All Star Weekend in a couple years after we missed two due to a lockout and the Olympics. I've always enjoyed the All Star games and the events that come with them, especially the Skills Competition. The last few All Star games have included a fantasy draft and even those are entertaining. It's a chance to see a bunch of players interact and have fun with other players they don't usually get to do that with.

This years draft was entertaining as Alex Ovechkin lobbied so hard all night to get picked last so he could win a free car, that he DID end up getting after the All Star game anyway. Turns out he wanted the car so badly because there was a charity in D.C. that he wanted to donate it too. Great guy! There was also the first trade in All Star Fantasy Draft history as Phil Kessel was traded from Team Toews to Foligno for Tyler Seguin. Everyone had a good laugh about that and the night was great.

The Skills competition was hit and miss this year. Normally the breakaway challenge is a highlight, but this year it was actually kind of boring. There were a couple pretty funny attempts but overall, nothing too great. Johnny Hockey apparently wanted to set his stick on fire for an attempt but was told it was a fire hazard and he wasn't allowed.

And finally, the game itself. The All Star Games can get kind of boring, and that's where they lose people's interest. They're a lot more high scoring nowadays, with yesterday's game setting a record for goals scored. Players don't try as hard in All Star games as they used to but the players are worth more to their teams now than they used to be and no one wants to see anyone get hurt in a game that doesn't matter.

Some people have suggested making the game worth something, like home ice in the finals similar to the MLB's All Star Game. People act like the game needs to be important or more action packed for them, but personally, I'm fine with what it is. It's like people forget that the All Star Game is a fun scrimmage for the best in the game. The players get to take a break from serious games and their hard grind of a season for a weekend.

But now that fun is over and the players head back to their respective teams and are ready to make that playoff push.... Also the AHL had their skills last night and their All Star Game is tonight in Utica so if you like the AHL go check them out.

Ok now the important stuff. We have two votes and a deadline this week.

The regular COTW vote and a COTY semi-final vote that I may or may not be involved in. So do me and your country a favor (If you're American) and vote.

Also one more week to get your World Cup jerseys in.

COTY Semi-Final votes (end Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
COTW Jan 18-24 vote (ends Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
World Cup entries (due February 6 @ 11:59pm Eastern)

Speaking of World Cup entries....

Emin Z.

David P.

Ok and now on to the regular concepts for the day!

World Cup of Hockey Logo - Zac S.
Zac mixes up Blue Jays, Maple Leafs, and Torino Olympic logos and it just doesn't work. There's no individual identity here, it just relies on the mixing up of three others, none of which work together. There's no consistent theme or part of these logos. The leaf is different through all of them. The Blue Jays font is the only consistent part I guess, since it doesn't show up in only one logo, but more people know that as a Blue Jays and baseball font. I'd head back to the drawing board and come up with something more unique, and more of an icon than letters on a leaf.

Rating: 4/10

Team USA Concept (IIHF) - Ben B.
Ben wants to see a lot of red for the Americans. I have no problem with more red in a USA uniform, but I feel like the sleeves, pants, and helmet is a bit much. The sock striping seems high. The white rectangle on the back where the Reebok is sticks out like a sore thumb, make that blue. There's also an NHL patch in the collar insert that shouldn't be there. Other than that stuff, the classic striping always looks good on USA jerseys.The logo is also pretty neat.

Rating: 6/10

Acadia Axemen (CIS) Concept - Eric T.
Here's an example of what the Axemen currently wear....and another. This set here could work if the striping on the arms was thicker. The white jersey is my favorite of the two, I like the blue hem and cuffs. On the sleeves, I'd add the little white stripe between the blue and red. I think the red jersey needs the blue on the sleeves/hem, I also think the yoke would look better either red or blue. The logo and the name/numbers shouldn't be red. They should either be white with blue outlines or blue with white outlines. They blend in with the red of the jersey and are hard to see. Also, the Reebok logo on the back should be changed to the Reebok wordmark. Good potential here.

Rating: 6.5/10

Chicago Blackhawks Concept - Taylor R.
Taylor is dressing up the NHL in Under Armour and here is his attempt with the Blackhawks. Love the Teravainen nod here, he's great. The striping seems to be a nod to the Blackhawks stripe heavy jerseys of the past. The black jersey looks nice, especially with the red hem, but I don't think that it works as well on the white, maybe it's because of the black part of the sleeves. I'd rather see the "C" logos on the shoulders here. There's a lot going on in the striping and in that logo. I think the reason the elbow C worked so well on the Winter classic jerseys was how simple it was, there was no extra color in the C logo and only three stripes. Here we've got a lot of color and a lot of stripes, too busy. I don't like the red pants and the fact the red jerseys are gone. I say good attempt Taylor, this is a hard team to get right, but you're not too far off.

Rating; 7.5/10

2015 NHL All Star Jerseys Concept - Tristan M.
Tristan wants to keep the green in the All Star jerseys. Here it doesn't look like neon green, it looks like Nickelodeon slime green. There's definitely a mix between classic design and modern design. The chest stripe is a classic hockey design and looks super nice here. The sleeves however look like they would go well with a Buffaslug jersey, definitely something modern. I think the sleeves have way too much green on them and I don't care for a modern/classic mix here. I'd either go all out with the swoopy modern design, or the check stripy classic design. The font fits with the modern design very well. The Captain's C seems very small. The grayed out logos on the white jerseys shoulders look nice, but you can't see them at all on the black jersey. It'd be nice to see a set of jerseys each utilizing only the classic or modern design.

Rating: 8/10

There you have it everyone! Another Monday's worth of concepts!

January 25, 2015

Sunday: Much to Talk About

Hello everyone! I hope you're all holding up okay during the All-Star hockey break without being able to see your teams play this week. Then again, if you're an Oilers or Maple Leafs fan, maybe this week has provided some much-needed relief. Today's post features concepts for major NHL teams like the Ducks and Kings, more obscure minor league teams like the Port Huron Border Cats, and a concept for the upcoming Super Bowl hopeful Seattle Seahawks!

The last few weeks have seen a lot of hockey news, and not just in terms of the All-Star game. Of course, you've likely already heard about the revival of the World Cup of Hockey, but there were more outdoor games announced this week as well. You may not want my opinion on the matter, but I'm here to give it anyway. Let's dive into it.

On last night's All-Star game Skills Competition:

Ryan Johansen really knows how to work a crowd. In the Breakaway Competition, which was decided via Twitter vote, he did his first run in an Ohio State jersey. Then, he did his second run carrying a little kid down then ice, and started an All-Star "Flying V" on his third run. Appealing to the local crowd, people who like children, and people who like the Mighty Ducks movies covers basically everyone. The man is a genius. There was some really great talent on display last night, including Jonathan Druin's skating speed, and Getslaf's precision passing. The Pred's contingent made some waves as well with Shea Weber coming sooo close to matching Zdeno Chara's slapshot speed record of 108.5, and Filip Forsberg deking Carey Price out of the tri-state area. Honestly, I believe the skills competition is the best part of the All-Star weekend, and this one didn't disappoint.

On the World Cup format:

I think reviving the World Cup is a positive development for the game. The World Cup wouldn't necessarily interfere with the Olympics, as the games be offset, with two years between both tournaments. A World Cup competition will help promote the sport, and give athletes an opportunity to compete for their countries more than just once a year.

However, I do have a few issues with it. I don't think that someone from Switzerland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Lativa, Norway, and Germany should have to play on a conglomerate team that doesn't represent their national pride. Why should they not be given the same opportunities as someone born in Sweden or the United States? It is true that those countries would be less likely to be able to win the tournament, but why not at least give them the chance? Then there is the "Young Guns" team of North American players 23 and older. Why make young Americans and Canadians play together? In 2016, the Americans will be forced to play without Seth Jones and Jack Eichel, and the Canadians will have to play without Nathan Mackinnon or Aaron Ekblad, amongst others. It's just puzzling to me. 

On the recently announced outdoor games:

The Winter Classic features one team that we have already seen in the Winter Classic with the Boston Bruins and one we haven't with the Montreal Canadiens. I'm not thrilled about seeing Boston in the game again, or having to look at Milan Lucic, but the Canadiens/Boston rivalry should make for an excellent game. I am thoroughly excited to see what the Canadiens wear for the game. I'm hoping for a revival of the 1911-1912 sash jersey or the 1945-1946 white jersey.

The other games, I'm not as excited about, but could still be interesting. The Wild will host Chicago at TCF Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus, and the Avalanche will play the Red Wings at Coors Field in Denver.

I'm over watching the Blackhawks, Red Wings, and Bruins in outdoor games. At least the NHL had the good sense to put the Avalanche and Wild in the games. I just hope the league can get past their obsession with putting "Original Six" teams outdoors. When are the Jets finally going to get to host the Heritage Classic? When will the Blues finally get in? If the Blackhawks have to be in yet another outdoor game, why not put them up against the team that is first in the Central division and trails the league leader by three points with two games in hand? Don't feel sorry for us Tennesseans, though. The "traditional markets" may get the outdoor games, but having home ice advantage in the playoffs will drive that from my mind quickly. See ya'll then.

Competition entries for today: (you have an additional week to get them in!)

Curtis P.

Mario A.

Mario A.

Dylan N.

David P.

Before we get into today's concepts, here are your voting and competition reminders!

COTY Semi-Final votes (end Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
COTW Jan 18-24 vote (ends Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
World Cup entries (due February 6 @ 11:59pm Eastern)

Nashville Predators Concept - Jamie R.

Positives: The more concepts I see with the "NP" logo, the more I think it might have primary logo potential on an alternate jersey. Good template choice. I've been using this one lately, and I'm a big fan of how easy it is to work with it.

Negatives: A Preds jersey with Blackhawks-esque striping? The Blackhawks and Predators are division rivals. That would not be received well by either party. You can't have a Preds jersey without the Pred Head logo. Without it, the entire Predators brand is lost. The guitar pick and "NP" monogram are good alternate logos, but the Pred Head is the capstone of the brand. Also, Seth Jones is not an alternate captain. Our alternate captains are Mike Fisher and James Neal. There is no cuff stitching on the jersey. With this template, you have to add that detail.

Overall: In a vacuum, with no knowledge of the history of the team and it's rivals, this is a pretty solid jersey. With that knowledge, it just doesn't work for me. (7/10)

Port Huron Border Cats Concept - Ryan C.

Positives: The striping isn't bad. I prefer the light jersey over the dark. I have a thing about yellow and red touching, and that jersey keeps them separated, satiating my pet peeves. 

Negatives: Ryan's jerseys as a whole are feeling stagnant. There's not a great deal of difference between the teams, all with horizontal striping, and almost the exact same fonts. This is why I would advise anyone making jerseys to not make them all at once, then send them in. Send them in maybe two at a time, get critique, and make the series better as you progress. Try using a different template. Use different software. I use Paint.net for my jerseys, and it's always served me well. I think it's a very easy program to use.

Overall: I'm ready to see Ryan take his next step. Let's see something new. (6.75/10)

Windsor Spitfires Concept (OHL) - David P.

Positives: That font is slick. Thin fonts are underutilized in sports, and I think that's going to be a growing trend in the coming years. Thin fonts have been the trend in design for some years now, and it's only a matter of time before that trend spreads its way to athletics. The striping looks great, and is a nice tribute to the tail striping on a WWII Spitfire. Execution and presentation is good. Windsor really could have one of the best identities in major junior if they used something like this.

Negatives: It's so solid, but if it lacks anything, it's a some detail that takes it to the next level. The jerseys look great, but it's a simple design. I would like to see some sort of detail, maybe some sublimation; an additional reference to the Spitfire, something. This is a really good design, but it's those small details that separate a really good design from COTY candidate.

Overall: Make it happen, Windsor. (8.75/10) COTW nomination from me!

Anaheim Ducks Concept - Taylor R.

Positives: The colors are balance perfectly here. Striping pattern looks good. I like Anaheim's colors better when there is more separation between the orange and gold, which Taylor has done. I have no complaints with execution or presentation. I'm almost always on board with bringing back Anaheim's old logos.

Negatives: Saying that this is based on the Wild Wing jersey at all is a huge stretch. If Taylor hadn't put that on his concept, I don't think many people would have made that connection. I know I wouldn't have. That's like saying the design of a washing machine is based on a dishwasher. Yes, the both rinse cycles and use soap, but that's as far as it goes. 

Overall: I like the design. It would make a great alternate. Were this to get made, it would be the only Anaheim jersey I would care to own in the last decade. (8.75/10)

Los Angeles Kings Stadium Series Concept - John E.

Positives: I like the striping pattern. I wouldn't have thought to pair the "Burger King" logo with this kind of striping, but it actually doesn't look that bad. 

Negatives: Recoloring the BK logo is a murky business. The purple beard never made sense, but a white crown doesn't make sense, either. Rocks, hard places, etc. I hate the brown equipment. That was a mistake. The Stadium Series is meant for more progressive designs, but this doesn't seem to know what it wants to be. It has modern logos (because LA is a modern-era team), but the jersey is very traditional and the pants/gloves are even more antiquated. 

Overall: There is some good stuff here, but it doesn't fit the Stadium Series. Those pants... (6/10)

Seattle Seahawks Concept (NFL) - Josiah B.

Positives: I really like the chest striping/logo. That's a clever design that looks great on a hockey jersey.

Negatives: Where's the green? That shade of green is what sets the Seahawks apart in the NFL, and the white and navy jersey need more of it. The striping effect isn't as successful on the navy blue jersey. The jerseys are very top-heavy, with chest striping and yokes, but not much at the hem. I'm not a fan of the "vintage white" third. Using gray there would have been more successful, especially since it played a more prominent role in their old jerseys.

Overall: There are some good ideas here. It just needs more refinement. (6.75/10)

That's all for today! Let us know your thoughts on the NHL's recent announcements, and especially today's artwork in the comments section! See you all later.

January 24, 2015

Saturday: The Final Four

The winner of the 4th Quarter Vote was Christian L!

Full Results
Christian L. - 14
Dylan N. - 5
CPM - 2

Christian's concept joins the other concepts that won their Quarterly Votes, and now we have our four semi finalists. You can see the match-ups by clicking the silver banner on the side of the page. Or you can go to the COTY 2014 tab. Or I could show you the match-ups now.

The 1st Quarter Winner, Dylan A. goes up against the 3rd Quarter Winner Jake88 (Washington)

The other Semi-Final has 2nd Quarter Winner, Jake88 (Charlotte), going up against 4th Quarter Winner, Christian L.

When you vote for the COTY Semi-Finals, you should be placing TWO votes. One for the winner of the 1st QTR vs 3rd QTR match-up. Then you also pick the winner of the 2nd QTR vs 4th QTR match-up. This will lead us to the COTY Final Vote next week.


The winner of the COTW vote for January 11-17 was TG's 3rd jersey for the Fort Wayne Comets!

Full Results
TG - 6
Dylan N. (PHX) - 5
Dylan N. (WSH) - 5
Taylor R. - 3
Bpoe96 - 0

The new COTW nominees for the week of January 18-24 have been listed on the side of the page in the black banner. Click on that banner to see the nominated concepts, or go to the CONCEPT OF THE WEEK tab. Get your votes in by Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern.


I've extended the deadline for jersey entries into the World Cup Competition. Now everyone has plenty of time to get an entry in for all of the teams (if they choose to). The main reason for the deadline extension is because I don't want any other votes going on next week while the Concept of the Year vote is happening. Even the regular COTW vote will be delayed a week.


The Grand Rapids Griffins will be wearing the first jersey, from the fan designed jersey competition they held through HJC this summer, tonight against the Iowa Wild.
Regardless of what you think about the jersey, I believe it's always fun to see the initial concept and the final product. Congrats again to Mark.

I supposed if the Griffins are playing the Iowa Wild they wouldn't want to use the other winner of the jersey design competition. That would be awkward!


Yesterday I got a great promotion at work! It was a huge life changing event. Pension, benefits, great salary. I owe it all to the Concept of the Week voting. That's right! I bet you didn't know that voting for COTW and COTY spreads good luck and fortune. Don't believe me? Give it a try and cast your vote this week! Feelin' really lucky? Join the COTW Mailing List to having voting reminders emailed to you!

COTY Semi-Final votes (end Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
COTW Jan 18-24 vote (ends Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
World Cup entries (due February 6 @ 11:59pm Eastern)

January 23, 2015

Friday: All Star Dropouts


I would brag about how well the Jets are doing right now, but at this point, I don't want karma to bite be in the rear or count my chickens before they hatch

All Star Weekend is upon us, and what I consider to be the most fun part of the new All Star format, the Draft is tonight. Dustin Byfuglien will represent the Jets (surprising not to see Michael Hutchinson in the rookie showcase), and several other great players will be there. Others will not. There are many people who get mad when star players like Crosby & Malkin drop out of the game because of injuries. If you are a Crosby fan, then yes, I'd be mad but don't get mad at the player

I don't see Caz freaking out because Pekka Rinne had to drop out because of his injury. Sure Rinne was injured long before, but there's a representative from every team and these star players need to remember that after this game the playoff push begins. To some it may seem the game is meaningless if big name players are not playing, but...hockey happen, and there's still loads of talent to watch.

Like Johnny Gadreau, you know the Johnny (insert sport name here) that actually plays well....Maybe people are just cranky over the crappy jerseys...

The World Cup of Hockey contest; remember to get your entries in before the deadline and READ THE RULES & FOLLOW HJC'S LOGO USE POLICY!

Here are some of the entries that have come in since last post:

David P.

Josiah B.

Curtis P.

Taylor R.

Voting is also super important, and it drives the force of this blog (if the blog knew the force). It's the 4th quarter vote, the last vote before the COTY Semi-Finals and Finals!

4th Quarter Vote (ends Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
COTW Jan 11-17 vote (ends Friday @ 11:59pm Eastern)
World Cup - Jersey Phase (ends January 30 @ 11:59pm Eastern)

On to the concepts!


Flint Generals Concepts (By: Ryan C.)

+ This incarnation of the Flint Generals had nice jerseys but a dated colour scheme, and using the brighter yellow and blue look much better
+ The jerseys resemble the 80s Blues, but don't rip them off
+ Good colour balancing

- I'm of the belief that a template shouldn't make a concept good/bad, and yes, Ryan does use the Athletic Knit custom jersey creator as his template which isn't bad in itself, it does limit the creativity of the jerseys but the execution is what I will focus on 
- The name & numbers on the back stick out since they were put on after, and aren't centred on the white jersey
- The tv numbers look like they say 44 rather than 4
- Boring font

6.75/10- Ryan, your ideas are good but using another template system would give you more creativity in your concept making and make your execution. Check out the template page and I look forward to seeing you improve! 

Philadelphia Flyers Concept (By: Connor J.)

+ Using the Flyers' tail flairs on a jersey
+ Orange Flyers logo looks surprising good
+ The front hem of the jersey looks great

- The back of the jersey is boring! The flairs would look better as side panels and having no back hem stripe, especially one that thick
- The NOB are too small and the name it too big
- The arm band is templatey and doesn't match the Flyers theme, more like a Blue Jackets' style choice 

6/10- Keep up the unique ideas, but work on the execution 

Calgary Flames Concept (By: Caz W.)

+ This certainly is different, especially for a team that hasn't worn a black jersey in almost 10 years
+ The grey to black gradient is done very well
+ Amazing execution, as expected by Caz
+ Normally, I'm not a fan of jerseys with no white, but this works really well

- The numbers could use an outline, and aren't very visible 
-  I'm such a big fan of the Flames' current alternate logo, it'd be a shame not to use it, without it, the jersey looks a little bare

8.5/10- It's a shrubbery of a concept! 

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Concept (By: John E.)

+ Improvement over what they currently wear
+ Using bright yellow and black over navy or vegas gold
+ Awesome striping pattern, and a gorgeous chest stripe
+ Good execution 

- The name and captain's C don't match the numbers or GT logo without an outline
- More preference but I wish the wasp was holding a hockey stick
- The stitching should stop at the hem stripe, not continue down

8.75/10- Great concept! 

New York City FC Concept (By: Daniel L.)

+ The jersey looks like a very slick Adidas Jacket
+ Good execution
+ Again, not a huge fan of the lack of white, but it doesn't hurt the concept
+ It's a solid crossover, looking like a soccer jersey on a hockey template but still plausibly being a hockey jersey
+ Bright orange and blue standout very well on the jersey

- The numbers don't really match the NYC in the logo
- If you want to ditch white completely, ditch it in the logo
- The bottom of the jersey looks boring without a stripe

7.75/10- I wanna see an orange jersey!

Spartak Moscow KHL Concepts (By: Taylor R.)

+ Damn these jerseys look good
+ Solid execution, as expected in Taylor R.'s recent reign of amazing concepts
+ Having the arm striping match the C logo 
+ Using the roundel logo as the primary
+ Unique shoulder shape

- Zherdev is a stupid head
- The C logo doesn't show up well on the red shoulders, pants and red helmet, making and inverted version of the logo would fix that

9/10- Keep it up! 


That's the post, everyone!
Remember to vote and get your World Cup of Hockey entries in 
Go Jets Go!
Enjoy All Star Weekend!