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YELDARBfield

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About YELDARBfield

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    Backup Goalie
  • Birthday 07/13/1990

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  • Location:
    Memph-ish
  • Team:
    Mississippi RiverKings

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  1. He also did the logos for the Ice Flyers, Havoc, and (I think) Ice Bears. Dude was definitely prolific. RIP
  2. And I was told MRK had too many ice logos last year... But hey, get that money.
  3. Well, kudos for painting the logos instead of getting them printed like most teams. That Mountain Dew spot especially must be a pain... I think I read the Blackhawks are the only NHL team that still paints their center ice logo, and theirs is one of the more complicated marks.
  4. Kudos to Dave for not even bothering to hide his anti-Southern feelings...
  5. Happy Birthday YELDARBfield!

  6. It was really nice of Getty Images to let them do that! https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/illustration/tornado-mascot-royalty-free-illustration/165591125?irgwc=1&esource=AFF_GI_IR_VigLink_27795&asid=VigLink&cid=GI
  7. My point is, they bothered to put the "TM" but were too lazy to create an original logo. In my mind, there's a zero percent chance they legally trademarked that logo.
  8. @JMC-STL We can only hope! Otherwise, the branding in this league is becoming just embarrassing...
  9. Just because the jersey was a "mock-up" doesn't mean the logo/jersey designs aren't finalized. It takes considerably longer to make a sewn jersey vs. a sublimated one. Plus, they went to the trouble of typing "TM" before closing the Paint file, so in their mind this logo is THE logo.
  10. Well. This logo was more stolen than I thought. s/t, SportsLogos.net Boards... Both the Utah Blitz of the the Women's Football Alliance and the Swindon Storm flag football team in the UK (which is a thing, I guess) use versions of this logo. So who knows where it originated, but it surely wasn't with this QC team. I bet $10 this logo isn't even really trademarked by QC.
  11. True. Only parts of it are taken from other sources instead of the entire logo. Check the eyes: The name is lazy but okay. Could've been something cringeworthy like IceStormz or Space Ducks. The colors are solid as well, and the mock-up jersey is a winner if given white or blue numbers. That logo, though. Woof. What an objectively bad mark. Way too much detail in some places (stick tape, "STORM" wording). Uneven line work all around. Someone sewed the tornado's hands together before jamming the stick through them. Plus he looks like he's more comfortable riding the stick in a quidditch match. There are about 4 different types of storms depicted in the mark. The tornado is three shades of grey + yellow eyes and no blue, while the cloud and wording is just black and blue. Just an absolute dumpster fire. BUT it's an active hockey club with games to play in 2018/19, so who am I to judge?
  12. The ice is a full-size sheet, 200' by 85'. That 8,400 is including the upper bowl; it's closer to 5,300 with just the lower seating.
  13. Lukas was here for all of 14/15, beginning part of 15/16.
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