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6/07/2021 5:02 pm  #2481


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Updated Champions Banners

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6/07/2021 5:22 pm  #2482


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Retired Numbers

https://i.imgur.com/yeOaec8.png

The Eveleth Redbirds decided to honor two team legends in honor of the team's 75th anniversary coming this season. Marco Palazzari is best known as being the first player to get signed to the NHL straight from the MAHL. Marco was a superstar for the Reds, helping them dominate the Iron Range Hockey League, winning 5 league crowns in his 7 years with the team (1947-1953). Palazzari finished his MAHL career with 2 Kellogg Cups (1948 & 1951) as well as winning the Tschida Trophy for League MVP in 1952. Marco was signed by the Detroit Red Wings where he would go on to win back to back cups in his first two seasons in the league. The other number to be retired is Robert Mariucci's number 12. Mariucci was a stand out and leader for the Reds in his time with the team. Robert was captain of the Reds/Redbirds for over a decade before he finally called it quits. Mariucci remains the longest tenured player in Eveleth history, playing from 1945 to 1963.

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6/07/2021 5:24 pm  #2483


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

New Arenas

https://i.imgur.com/CM3F73N.png
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https://i.imgur.com/V5YMZRk.png

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6/07/2021 5:26 pm  #2484


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Mascots

https://i.imgur.com/uYMH48O.png
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https://i.imgur.com/MSF7bLp.png
https://i.imgur.com/vp8xgcw.png

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6/07/2021 5:28 pm  #2485


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Rivalry Trophies

https://i.imgur.com/Cys7saP.png
https://i.imgur.com/53HC9Jd.png
https://i.imgur.com/YV6a7ab.png
https://i.imgur.com/OrJ8ph0.png
https://i.imgur.com/DjDeX8T.png

I'm gonna leave it here for today, let me know what you think, comments are appreciated!

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6/08/2021 12:48 pm  #2486


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

LOVE how you paid tribute to the "Snoopys in St. Paul" of 2000 here...I see players, coaches and fans of EVERY team who enters Highland Arena going forward getting their own picture with Snoopy there (and you will know a lot about the person by their pose)!

The other mascots and trophies are awesome too (BTW, the Silver Horseshoe graphic mistakenly has the Lake Pepin trophy's description)...can't wait to see the new identities today.


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6/08/2021 3:11 pm  #2487


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Congrats to the Louies! What a fantastic tournament. Looking forward to the new identities.


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6/08/2021 9:43 pm  #2488


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Are the Spikes sure about this new "rivalry"? They are aware of their opponent's, let alone their own, recent history, right?


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6/08/2021 10:43 pm  #2489


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Burmy87 wrote:

LOVE how you paid tribute to the "Snoopys in St. Paul" of 2000 here...I see players, coaches and fans of EVERY team who enters Highland Arena going forward getting their own picture with Snoopy there (and you will know a lot about the person by their pose)!

The other mascots and trophies are awesome too (BTW, the Silver Horseshoe graphic mistakenly has the Lake Pepin trophy's description)...can't wait to see the new identities today.

I'm glad you liked Snoopy, this was something I have been planning for a while and I'm glad it's well received.

Thanks for pointing that out, I fixed it

Steelman wrote:

Congrats to the Louies! What a fantastic tournament. Looking forward to the new identities.

Glad you enjoyed it!

Thehealthiestscratch wrote:

Are the Spikes sure about this new "rivalry"? They are aware of their opponent's, let alone their own, recent history, right?

Despite their lopsided records, games between the Huskies and Spikes bring in full houses every time and they have a tendency to get very physical. So even though Hermantown has been emerging as a playoff contender, Proctor always makes it tough for them to get a win, especially on the road.

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6/08/2021 10:48 pm  #2490


Re: Minnesota Amateur Hockey League

Identity Changes

The defending champs and Warroad both simply added championship stars to the back of their uniforms, leaving the rest untouched.

https://i.imgur.com/WhWa0cw.png
https://i.imgur.com/CMhnFK0.png

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