Saturday, August 25, 2007

A Canucks Logo Spoof / Sullivan out 3 months

PFizer, a regular at the Canucks.com forum has terrific Photoshopping skills and created this all-inclusive logo that I'm sure any Canucks fan would enjoy. Nice work.
I actually found this image at an NHL logo site called NHL Tournament of Logos, which I believe was created by another Canucks forum member, and is worth a look for any team jersey updates.


Cancel Steve Sullivan out of your hockey pool plans until December. Sullivan underwent his second off-season back surgery this past Thursday and will be on the shelf for 3 months, according to the Tennessean. That is not good news for a Predators team that has lost most of its potent offence in the summer to free agency.
Pred's GM Dave Poile remains optimistic.
"We have a lot of time to adjust,'' Poile said. "The word that comes to my mind is 'opportunity.' We've seen it so many times before with the Predators. When something has gone wrong or we've made a choice to move a veteran, some younger player has jumped in and performed.''

Count on Alexander Radulov to be that guy. The Preds are going to be underdogs when the regular season begins regardless.

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At August 29, 2007 at 8:27 AM , Blogger Jibblescribbits said...

That logo would be awesome, and go to the best in the league.

This is why companies should let fans have a say, because while the majority of stuff would be overwhelmingly stupid, some fans are geniuses.

Of course the marketing people would never pick the genius idea, so scratch that.

 
At September 2, 2007 at 12:44 PM , Blogger Zanstorm said...

Amen, brother

 
At September 6, 2007 at 10:44 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey that top of the World pic of Scott & Rob Niedermayer with the Stanly cup isn't in Cranbrook it's in Fernie a very close town by Cranbrook, the mountain behind them is Hosmer Mountain!!!

 

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