The All-Star Fix

Next weekend, the NHL's best gather in L.A. and though we're all thrilled to actually see the league go with four All-Star jerseys this year, some of us think the designs could use a few tweaks. Rob Siergiej handles those duties, writing:

While I like the design of the L.A. All-Star jerseys, I felt the color layout left a lot to be desired. So I rearranged the colors, getting rid of the multiple shades of silver/gray, to come up with jerseys that pay homage to the Kings' uniform history as well as that of the game itself.

Freaky Avs

You know, I don't think the Colorado Avalanche have been featured very often on Friday around here. Artists usually come up with something brilliantly cool. But today John Elbertson has something that's brilliantly scary — to me, anyway. How about you?

Minty Fresh

We haven't seen the Whalers here in a while. Time to fix that. Dylan Nowak writes:

Long time no submission! Here is my home and away set for Hartford in the Adidas template. This is my hope if they ever came back. I wanted a brighter color set for Hartford. As my cousin said, "minty fresh."

Golden Knights Are Bourne

The Vegas Golden Knights have a logo but the jerseys remain a closely guarded secret. Until they're revealed, we'll probably have concepts here at least once a week. And this week it's Andy Bourne trying his hand. We know the jerseys will have red trim, but he just wasn't feeling it and decided to go without.

Two Vancouver Blues

Steven Grant was inspired to mash together various elements of Canucks history to create what I think is one of the coolest Vancouver concepts ever. He went back to 1997 for the dual blue look, but replaced the maroon with the classic green. And what represents a "Canuck" better than Johnny Canuck himself? You may also notice the Flying V homage on the sleeve.