A great find by the guys over at On the Forecheck and their user SVT Mike, we have what almost certainly appears to be an early look at the new home and road jerseys for the Nashville Predators. The highlights: the home jersey is yellow, the new guitar pick alternate
Busy, busy day yesterday in sports logos – the Nashville Predators released a new set of logos and caught me completely off-guard; in case you missed it you can read about it here or see the logos on the site here. The New York Knicks also quietly and without any
The Nashville Predators unveiled a new set of logos today, three re-coloured logos from their previous set and a new alternate logo. Above is the new secondary logo, from the official Nashville Predators release, “Designed to represent the Tennessee state flag and Nashville’s music city heritage. The guitar pick shape
As you may presently be yourself aware, my grammar stinks… but you may also know that I enjoy a trademark database hunt to find the odd unreleased gem now-and-then. The last couple of weeks I’ve found a few items of note: We’ll start with Winnipeg and the National Hockey League.
It’s official the new WHL team in Victoria will be known as the Victoria Royals — and there it is, their new logo in full colour. The official announcement is expected later today but they have made the logo and uniform available via social media early. They have only released
Happy Monday! Not a lot of news over the past few days but we still have some links for you to get caught up with the latest in logos and uniform happenings since our last post: The Milwaukee Brewers broke out gold Spanish jerseys last week; you can buy the
Congratulations to the Boston Bruins, a Game 7 victory on the road, not to mention coming back from a 3 games to 2 deficit is mighty impressive – they truly deserve the title of 2011 Stanley Cup Champions. In case you wanted to pick up some Boston Bruins championship merchandise,
This morning I logged into the website of The Toronto Star surprised to find out I missed quite the 3rd period comeback last night: Congrats Vancouver on your Stanley Cup victory… you don’t need to bother showing up to Rogers Arena tomorrow for Game Seven afterall.
Happy Friday morning everyone, hope you all had a great week – certainly was a busy week at SportsLogos.Net with the news about the Whiteout and Royals trademarks being filed by various Canadian based hockey teams; we also launched a new search engine on the main site, give it a
As you saw from my last blog post, I was doing some searching through recently trademarked hockey names and logos; during my search I came across a simple trademark – “Royals” with a logo attached, registered to Westcoast Hockey Enterprises Ltd. on May 16, 2011 for “Entertainment services, namely, the operation
Ladies and gentlemen, your Winnipeg or Manitoba Whiteout! It’s possible, and the reality is at the moment it’s the only thing the team could legally call themselves. That’s what 6282980 Manitoba Limited Partnership (the legal name of the group who purchased the Atlanta Thrashers) registered as a trademark with
Busy week in the last few days of sports; as you are all well aware the Atlanta Thrashers have announced plans to relocate to Winnipeg, Manitoba in time for the upcoming 2011-12 NHL season, pending a vote amongst the team owners later this month. If this relocation is approved it