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Announcing Player 97: Our New Brand Vision, Research, Consulting Company

Today, I’m excited to announce the official launch of Player 97, the new consulting, research, and branding company managed by the same friendly faces that have been running SportsLogos.Net. After many years of helping teams, leagues, designers, and other companies, I decided to finally make it official—folks, I am here

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Fabric of the Game: The Stories Behind the NHL’s Names, Logos, and Uniforms — New Book Available Now!

Several years ago I was regularly asked, “so, what’s next?”, this was usually accompanied by the well-intended, yet immediate suggestion, “you should start a podcast or host a radio show!” Though it felt like something I’d end up doing one day, it was still an idea that didn’t seem terribly

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Today is Our 20th Birthday!

♫ It was twenty years ago today! ♫ as Paul McCartney shouted to kick off the most famous album in music history… appropriate to kick off this post because, well, today is twenty years — to the day — that I launched this here sports logos website. At the age of fourteen,

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SportsLogos.Net Unveils New Logo

After 16 years of the same look, we figured it was time we got ourselves a new hairstyle. SportsLogos.Net is excited to announce our new site logos! These will replace the C-Star/Leaf design first used in the fall of 1999. As with that original site logo, the new set was designed by Dallas-based

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TBT: The Day I Fell In Love With Sports

In honour of “Throwback Thursday”, I thought I’d share with you the story of the exact moment I became a sports fan, where it went from there, and, as my mother likes to say “was taken away from her forever”. Sorry ma, it’s all dad’s fault. Really. So, let’s all

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Uni Watch Interviews Chris Creamer

Longtime fans of SportsLogos.Net are surely aware of Paul Lukas’ Uni Watch blog and his regular column on ESPN.com This week Paul sent me a phone book’s worth of questions for his latest Uni Watch Profile where I share stories about how the site got started, the community forums, the

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New Toronto Marlies Alts Hit Close to Home

Over the weekend the Toronto Marlies, AHL affiliate to the Toronto Maple Leafs, unveiled a new alternate jersey for their upcoming 2012-13 season and thankfully this one doesn’t have a cartoon dog biting a hockey puck on it like the last one did. The jersey is a direct copy (minus

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RIP London Rippers… My Experience at a Rippers Game

Well… that was fast. The London Rippers, the oft-controversial Frontier League baseball team who came into the City of London, Ontario riding a wave of public uproar and media interest is gone, just as quickly as it came. Claims of unpaid wages and rent seems to be the leading cause

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Christmas 2011: Showing off Sports Logo Gifts

The big day has come and gone, Santa has paid his visits leaving all sorts of treasures along the way. Among those treasures, for the sports fan out there, is usually some team merchandise – whether it be something small like pyjamas, a pair of socks or a toothbrush, or

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Merry Christmas from SportsLogos.Net

Yup, that’s me, proudly showing off my Montreal Expos stocking nine years ago today – December 25, 2002.  Whatever happened to that team? To all those that celebrate the Christmas holiday, a very merry Christmas to you and yours from all of us here at SportsLogos.Net. May your loved ones

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My Twelve Days of Baseball Gifts

The twelve days of Christmas are upon us and we all know how the classic song of the same name goes.  In it the singer recites all the lavish gifts given to them by their true love over the course of twelve days.  As great as it would be to

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