Occasionally on this site, the Carolina Hurricanes' secondary logo will be criticized for not being true to its namesake. As any Gulf or Atlantic coast resident can tell you, the red flag with the black square in the middle pops up on beaches when a tropical storm threatens. However, when a hurricane is on the move, a second flag is added beneath the first one. In other words, technically, the secondary logo is representing a tropical storm rather than a hurricane. Chris Ruffolo's concept logo may be among the best I've seen at incorporating both flags. It could use a little more polish (and perhaps a rightward lean) but I really love the idea of making the two flags form an H. Very well done!