Nine Designs By Lucas

There are a handful of concept artists who are quite prolific — guys who submit dozens of designs a month. They submit so much that I can't possibly post them all. This week is all about them — nine concepts from each.

We start with Lucas Daitchman, who emails me at least once a week with a half dozen concepts or more. Here's a sampling from his "Defunct Redesign" series.

Tigers of Hamilton

Throwback Week continues today with the Hamilton Tigers. Steven Grant has not one but two unique uniform ideas for the club — if it still existed today.

Throwbacks by Bastian

Typically, this space is reserved for outdoor game jerseys. But is the essence of that weekly theme not simply throwback style designs? Today, a trio of classic looks from Bastian Schmülling. First up, he imagines what might happen if the Phoenix Coyotes had been relocated to Quebec.

Or what if the NHL ever did expand to Hamilton? Could the Tigers stage a comeback?

And imagine a world where Montreal still had two NHL teams — the Habs and the Wanderers. These designs are Bastian's bread and butter. He seems to love classic hockey sweaters and does a great job with them.

Our Bastian Schmülling-centric theme week finally wraps up tomorrow with the biggest concept post you've ever seen. Ever.

0492: Return of the Tigers

Time to break out an old theme week — NHL teams of the past. We'll be looking at new concepts for different ones each day. We begin with a new look for the Hamilton Tigers courtesy of Andrew Krause.

0368: Reviving the Tigers

The Hamilton Tigers played in the NHL for five season from 1920 to 1925. Lately you can't seem to avoid talk of Hamilton returning to the NHL mix, so why not as the Tigers? Ryan Haslett designed this look, which would work as a great retro third jersey.