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NHL ’94 Hockey Jersey Design

NHL 94 jersey design by Dave Delisle

As you know I love NHL ’94, so making a design for the game was something I always wanted to do. I just didn’t until now because many others have already done such a design, so I wanted to do a unique take. Originally I was going to make this design based on the box art (black stripes and lettering on a white jersey), but it looked too boring.

I posted this on Twitter and Facebook yesterday (if you follow me on either, thanks), but with official NHL, NHLPA, and EA Sports logos included. To make this safe for Geeky Jerseys to potentially make, I made my own versions of these logos. And yes, head bleeds were in ’93 only so I made an exception for fun.

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Grab Your Own NHL ’94 Chair Mat

NHL94 Chair Mat by Dave's Geeky Ideas

Last year I designed this chair mat based on NHL ’94, and it proved to be a hit with many folks. My friends at ES Robbins made the chair mat sample which became famous on Puck Daddy. Read the rest of this entry

Bobby Orr’s Famous Goal – NHL ’94 Style (Wallpaper)

Bobby Orr Wallpaper

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My first wallpaper for this blog is an NHL ’94 version of Bobby Orr’s famous “leaping” goal from 1970. I drew sprites for Bobby Orr, the goalie, and the player who tripped Orr. I then edited the goal crease and removed some helmets to reflect the 70’s era.

I’m contemplating doing a few others, such as Paul Henderson’s ’72 goal, the USA Miracle on Ice celebration, the Golden Goal from 2010 (Crosby), and that’s all that comes to mind right now.

After the jump: a version of the wallpaper with a star, and another version with the game’s UI (4:3 sizes too).

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NHL 14 Box Art In The Style Of NHL ’94

NHL 94 Cover for NHL 2014 2013 Legacy Mode

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With the release of NHL ’14 only days away, I thought I’d make an alternate cover for the game in the style of NHL ’94, seeing as they included the much-hyped Legacy Mode this year. Feel free to print this sucker and place it into your copy.

I used the Genesis box art because the Super Nintendo version wouldn’t translate all that well to a contemporary game case. I omitted the legalese and I shrunk the ESRB Rating to match whatever rating system was on that Genesis cover. Other than that it looks like the real deal.

PS3 fans: If this cover proves to be popular I’ll make a PS3 one too (I’ll update this post). These game covers are a lot of work! Speaking of which, I learned that I hate writing copy. The folks who have to write the blurbs for physical media packaging are heroes.

Special thanks to Evan Eckard and his very handy 360 template (links below the video), which accelerated this design a great deal.

If you like this please check out this NHL ’94 Chair Mat on my other blog.

UPDATE: The PS3 cover has now been added. Special thanks to Deviantartist AdrianThomassen92 for the template.

NHL 94 Cover for NHL 2014 2013 Legacy Mode PS3

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The NHL Transformed

Transformers Hockey League NHL by Dave Delisle

I love the NHL and Transformers, so I’m pleased to mashup both here. There are so many teams in Transformers (like the Constructicons and Aerialbots), it makes for a good overall fit.

Detroit fans, I apologize in advance, but the Junkions are what kickstarted this whole thing. Plus they’re the only Transformer with a very distinct wheel.

UPDATE (August 8th 2015): Several teams have been updated, while a few (DAL, WASH, PIT, PHI) have been given new identities. I will probably keep updating these every once in awhile.

Transformers Hockey League NHL by Dave Delisle

Here are some of the old ones and a few unused ones too,

Pixel-Based Table Hockey Players

NES Ice Hockey Table Top by davesgeekyideas

Seeing as video games killed the table hockey star*, why not incorporate video game imagery into table hockey? Player sprites from NES Ice Hockey or Blades of Steel or EA’s venerable NHL series could be turned into table hockey players (the flat 2D variety), creating a retro look for the ol’ table top.

The player sprites from NHL 94 (or any EA game from the 16-bit era) would probably be the most ideal for superimposing onto existing table hockey players. The sprites for NES Ice Hockey would probably need their own custom player shapes (as seen above).

I might have to tackle this fun idea one day. I just wish there was a proficient way of making DIY stickers, y’know?

*I don’t mean to brag, but I am of course referring to myself.

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