Jersey Nerds Podcast

Jersey Nerds Podcast

Join us fellow jersey nerds as we look at the week that was in hockey jersey and logo news. We are very passionate jersey nerds and we share that passion with other jersey nerds every week on the podcast. Segments on the podcast include Fake or Authentic. The host, Ryan, gives a statement and it's up to the co-hosts to determine whether the statement is Fake or Authentic. Throwback Throwdown matches up jerseys from the past against each other to determine which of them is superior. And sometimes we even dive into the Mailbag to read your questions.... Show More
August 23, 2019 42 min
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It’s the Calgary Flames’ 40th year and they’ve got a logo to mark the occasion! We break it down in this episode and look at what works and what doesn’t. Does this look too much like the Sabres’ 50th anniversary logo? How do you feel about the stripes just under the number four? We examine the logo and formulate our own opinions.

The Cape Breton Eagles of the QMJHL have rebranded. Formerly the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, the are no longer screaming. The logo has been updated and looks more professional. There is some debate though as to whether the team name should appear in the primary logo. Where do you sit on this issue?

In the OHL, the London Knights have new-ish jerseys. They are based on jerseys from the late 80’s with some modern updates. The jersey is made with the CCM Quiklite template, which is being introduced to the Canadian Hockey League (WHL – OHL – QMJHL) for the 2019-20 season.

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