Maroon primary kit features tonal map of the city of Winnipeg on the front; black alternate kit has three maroon claw marks on the right side
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
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.
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
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
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