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    What? No mention of the "Brass Bonanza"?!

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    What? No mention of the "Brass Bonanza"?!
    Agree. Serious oversight. Also the coolest logo in sports history, and not just because it prefigures the Seahawks.

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    58. Carolina Hurricanes

    (a.k.a. Hartford Whalers)
    Another droll fact, though I cannot find the link right now, is that Whalers jerseys still outsell Hurricanes jerseys.
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    57. Toronto Maple Leafs

    Why? One could say that the hockey capital of the world is Toronto, Ontario, Canada. However, Toronto’s pro hockey team has the NHL’s longest championship drought and hasn’t even sniffed one since there were six teams.

    The Good. 13 Stanley Cup Championships including six from 1942-1951 and four from 1962-1967.

    The Bad. 50 season championship drought, the team found ways to miss the playoffs in the 1980’s back in a time where only 5 teams missed the playoffs each year.

    The Ugly. The Curse of Howard Ballard. Ballard one of the most detested owners in sports history, assumed full control in 1970. Ballard was convicted of fraud and tax evasion serving only a 1/3 of his nine year sentence in a country club prison. Ballard continued to have controversies regarding the ‘reserve clause’, the newly formed WHA, and his opposition to European players in the NHL, blackballing the CBC for new lighting, turning on the heat and shutting off the water when The Beatles performed at Maple Leaf Gardens one summer. The Maple Leafs always sold out, hence Ballard had no incentive to increase pay. Therefore, the Leafs remained terrible under Ballard until he died in 1990.

    Where they play. Air Canada Centre, opened in 1999 replacing Maple Leaf Gardens

    Owner: Maple Leaf Sport & Entertainment Company, led by Larry Tannenbaum.

    Coach: Mike Babcock, second fastest coach to 500 wins, more known for his stints with Detroit and Anaheim.

    Top Current Players: Auston Matthews, William Nylander, and Frederik Andersen

    Hall of Famers: Syl Apps, George Armstrong, Johnny Bower, Turk Broda, Charlie Conacher, Hap Day, Dick Duff, Doug Gilmour, Red Horner, Tim Horton, Busher Jackson, Red Kelly, Ted Kennedy, Dave Keon, Frank Mahovlich, Lanny McDonald, Joe Primeau, Bob Pulford, Sweeney Schriner, Darryl Sittler, Allan Stanley, Mats Sundin, Norm Ullman, Harry Watson

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    Another droll fact, though I cannot find the link right now, is that Whalers jerseys still outsell Hurricanes jerseys.
    There was an interesting article some time ago which talked about how the City of Hartford owned the Whalers logo after the team moved to Carolina. The thing is Hartford did nothing with it. Someone finally convinced them they could make a bunch of money if they market that logo and sell stuff with it. So, everyone who buys a Whalers jersey is helping the coffers of the City of Hartford.
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    55 Minnesota Vikings
    56 Indianapolis Colts
    57 Toronto Maple Leafs
    58 Carolina Hurricanes
    59 Cleveland Indians
    60 Phoenix Suns
    61 New York Knicks
    62 Dallas Mavericks
    63 Miami Marlins
    64 New York Islanders
    65 Philadelphia Eagles
    66 Colorado Avalanche
    67 Buffalo Bills
    68 Orlando Magic
    69 Baltimore Orioles
    70 Milwaukee Bucks
    71 San Jose Sharks
    72 Pittsburgh Pirates
    73 Colorado Rockies
    74 Houston Astros
    75 Vancouver Canucks
    76 New York Mets
    77 Philadelphia 76ers
    78 Buffalo Sabres
    79 Minnesota Wild
    80 Jacksonville Jaguars
    81 Tampa Bay Lightning
    82 Milwaukee Brewers
    83 St. Louis Blues
    84 Cleveland Browns
    85 Carolina Panthers
    86 Nashville Predators
    87 Arizona Diamondbacks
    88 New York Jets
    89 Washington Wizards
    90 Atlanta Hawks
    91 San Diego Chargers
    92 Ottawa Senators
    93 Washington Capitals
    94 Washington Nationals
    95 Texas Rangers
    96 Detroit Lions
    97 Toronto Raptors
    98 Denver Nuggets
    99 Philadelphia Phillies
    100 Florida Panthers
    101 Kansas City Chiefs
    102 New Orleans Pelicans
    103 San Diego Padres
    104 Arizona Coyotes
    105 Atlanta Falcons
    106 Sacramento Kings
    107 Houston Texans
    108 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    109 Brooklyn Nets
    110 Minnesota Twins
    111 Charlotte Hornets
    112 Arizona Cardinals
    113 New Orleans Saints
    114 Winnipeg Jets
    115 Tennessee Titans
    116 Tampa Bay Rays
    117 Cincinnati Bengals
    118 Columbus Blue Jackets
    119 Memphis Grizzlies
    120 Minnesota Timberwolves
    121 Seattle Mariners
    122 Los Angeles Clippers
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    They move up to 55 if they win this weekend.

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    56. Indianapolis Colts

    (a.k.a. Baltimore Colts)

    Why? A franchise with a lot of the NFL’s greatest moments but now they don’t have a lot of Luck.

    The Good. 3 NFL Championships (1958, 1959, 1968), 2 Super Bowls (V, XLI). The 1958 Championship helped start the modern beginnings of pro football.

    The Bad. Brutal to watch from the late 1970’s to the late 1980’s. Occaissonally capable of a stinker of a season, they were winless in the strike shortened 1982 season, went 1-15 in 1991 and 2-14 in 2011.

    The Ugly. In 1972, an unusual swap was made. Colts owner Carole Rosenbloom and Rams owner Bob Irsay bought swapped teams. Rosenbloom threated to leave Baltimore, Irsay was willing to negotiate improvments to Memorial Stadium who housed both the Colts and baseball’s Orioles. The State of Maryland and the City of Baltimore refused to provide any taxpayer money for a new stadium for the Colts. Irsay started to negotiate with several cities for the Colts to move. Despite, Irsay claiming that the Colts would stay in Baltimore, it came down to Indianapolis or Phoenix. Indianapolis was already building a new domed stadium, while Phoenix offered Arizona State’s Sun Devil Stadium. On March 27, 1984 the State of Maryland passed legislation allowing the City of Baltimore to seize the Colts via eminent domain. Maryland’s actions led Phoenix to withdraw. On March 29th, 15 moving vans headed to Indianapolis in different directions to avoid detection from the Maryland State Police.

    Where they play. Lucas Oil Stadium, a stadium that demands changing after three months or 3,000 miles.

    Owner: Jim Irsay, named Vice President and General Manager one month after the relocation, assumed control when his father had a stroke in 1995 and fully won all legal battles to assume control in 1997. Was suspended for six games when involved in a drug fueled car crash in 2013.

    Coach: Currently vacant, Chuck Pagano was fired after the 2017 season ended.

    Top Current Players: Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton

    Hall of Famers: Raymond Berry, Eric Dickerson, Marshall Faulk, Gino Marchetti, Jim Parker, Johnny Unitas, Art Donovan, Marvin Harrison, John Mackey, Lenny Moore.

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    55 Minnesota Vikings
    56 Indianapolis Colts
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    121 Seattle Mariners
    122 Los Angeles Clippers
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    Quote Originally Posted by CommAvHusky View Post
    56. Indianapolis Colts

    (a.k.a. Baltimore Colts)

    Why? A franchise with a lot of the NFL’s greatest moments but now they don’t have a lot of Luck.

    The Good. 3 NFL Championships (1958, 1959, 1968), 2 Super Bowls (V, XLI). The 1958 Championship helped start the modern beginnings of pro football.

    The Bad. Brutal to watch from the late 1970’s to the late 1980’s. Occaissonally capable of a stinker of a season, they were winless in the strike shortened 1982 season, went 1-15 in 1991 and 2-14 in 2011.

    The Ugly. In 1972, an unusual swap was made. Colts owner Carole Rosenbloom and Rams owner Bob Irsay bought swapped teams. Rosenbloom threated to leave Baltimore, Irsay was willing to negotiate improvments to Memorial Stadium who housed both the Colts and baseball’s Orioles. The State of Maryland and the City of Baltimore refused to provide any taxpayer money for a new stadium for the Colts. Irsay started to negotiate with several cities for the Colts to move. Despite, Irsay claiming that the Colts would stay in Baltimore, it came down to Indianapolis or Phoenix. Indianapolis was already building a new domed stadium, while Phoenix offered Arizona State’s Sun Devil Stadium. On March 27, 1984 the State of Maryland passed legislation allowing the City of Baltimore to seize the Colts via eminent domain. Maryland’s actions led Phoenix to withdraw. On March 29th, 15 moving vans headed to Indianapolis in different directions to avoid detection from the Maryland State Police.

    Where they play. Lucas Oil Stadium, a stadium that demands changing after three months or 3,000 miles.

    Owner: Jim Irsay, named Vice President and General Manager one month after the relocation, assumed control when his father had a stroke in 1995 and fully won all legal battles to assume control in 1997. Was suspended for six games when involved in a drug fueled car crash in 2013.

    Coach: Currently vacant, Chuck Pagano was fired after the 2017 season ended.

    Top Current Players: Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton

    Hall of Famers: Raymond Berry, Eric Dickerson, Marshall Faulk, Gino Marchetti, Jim Parker, Johnny Unitas, Art Donovan, Marvin Harrison, John Mackey, Lenny Moore.

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    58. Carolina Hurricanes

    (a.k.a. Hartford Whalers)

    Why? One of four WHA teams that merged with the NHL in 1979, the Whalers/Hurricanes have mostly been an under the radar mediocre franchise.

    The Good. Won the 2006 Stanley Cup, 2 Eastern Conference Championships (2002), made the Eastern Conference Finals in 2009. The Whalers won the Adams Division in 1987.

    The Bad. The Whalers only got out of the first round once (1986), have failed to make the playoffs since making the Eastern Conference Finals in 2009.

    The Ugly. The Whalers played in the NHL’s smallest market hedged between the New York and Boston markets. Owner Peter Karmanos bought the Whalers in 1994 and decided to bail Hartford three years later. Normally, an owner already had a site to relocate to, however, Karmanos decided to leave Hartford but hadn’t figured out where to move to. Where to? Raleigh, North Carolina. OK, great is there a hockey arena there? Largest one only holds 5,000 fans. For the first two years, the newly minted Hurricanes played in Greensboro 80 minutes away.

    Where they play. PNC Arena, originally the Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena, currently used by the Hurricanes and North Carolina State Basketball.

    Owner: Peter Karmanos, Jr. Originally from Detroit and made his fortune in computer software. Still a wanted man in Connecticut

    Coach: Bill Peters, currently in his fourth season coaching the Hurricanes, replacing Kirk Muller (******* Kirk Muller)

    Top Current Players: Teuvo Teravainen, Sebastien Aho, Cam Ward

    Hall of Famers: Ron Francis who also happens to be the General Manager. And yes, Gordie Howe and Bobby Hull had cups of coffee with the Whalers.
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    55. Los Angeles Kings

    Why? Although recently crowned, this team has largely been the kings of nothing for decades.

    The Good. 2 Stanley Cups (2012, 2014), 3 Western Conference Championships (1993), became the first 8 seed to win the Cup in 2012. Their 1982 ousting of the Edmonton Oilers in the first round is considered one of biggest upsets in Stanley Cup playoff history.

    The Bad. Prior to 1993 the Kings never got past the second round, frequently missed the playoffs in the 1980s when it almost impossible to do so. After the 1993, only got past the first round once before their 2012 Cup win.

    The Ugly. The Kings were reborn when they rebranded and acquired Wayne Gretzky in 1988. New Owner Bruce McNall turned the Kings into a contender overnight. However, his overspending led to bankruptcy in 1995, to a point where they couldn’t meet payroll.

    Where they play. Staples Center, where they share with the Lakers and Clippers, opened in 1999 replaced The Great Western Forum at Inglewood.

    Owner: Philip Anschutz, owns a drilling company, the Kings, and the Coachella Music Festival

    Coach: John Stevens, currently in his first season coaching the Kings. Is the father of John and Nolan Stevens. John, Jr. graduated from Northeastern and is with the Islanders. Nolan, is currently a senior at Northeastern.

    Top Current Players: Anze Kopitar, Dustin Brown, and Jonathan Quick

    Hall of Famers: Rob Blake, Marcel Dionne, Wayne Gretzky, Luc Robitaille, Rogie Vachon

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    54. Chicago Cubs

    Why? Everybody’s favorite loveable losers, but now that they won a World Series in 2016, are they losers? Are they loveable?

    The Good. 11 National League Pennants, 3 World Series Titles (1907, 1908, 2016), 1906 team went 116-36.

    The Bad. What is worse not winning the World Series for 108 years or not winning the pennant for 71 years?

    The Ugly. There is enough ugly to fill ten franchises. Curse of the Billy Goat, College of Coaches, trading Lou Brock, Fall of ’69, Leon Durham pulling a Buckner, and last but not least Steve Bartman.

    Where they play. Wrigley Field, The Friendly Confines, and last ballpark to have lights. The Wrigley Family owned the Cubs until 1981.

    Owner: The Ricketts Family bought the Cubs from The Tribune Company in 2009.

    Manager: Joe Maddon, Maddon served with the Angels in several compacities for 30 seasons. He is more known for managing the Tampa Bay Rays from 2006-2014, and finished his third season with the Cubs.

    Top Current Players: Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, and Jake Arrieta

    Hall of Famers: Cap Anson, Ernie Banks, Three Finger Brown, Frank Chance, Kiki Cuyler, Johnny Evers, Gabby Hartnett, Billy Herman, Ferguson Jenkins, King Kelly, Ryne Sandberg, Ron Santo, Joe Tinker, Billy Williams, and Hack Wilson

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    53. Chicago White Sox

    Why? If we are going to cover the north side, we might as well cover the south side right away. The White Sox always seemed to be the “other” baseball team in Chicago.

    The Good. 3 World Series Championship (1906, 1917, 2005) and 6 American League Pennants.

    The Bad. The Black Sox Scandal plagued the franchise for decades. In 1919, it is believed that eight members of the White Sox threw the World Series. Suspicious activity was noted as large amounts of bets were on the underdog Cincinnati team. Although nobody was convicted, six players were banned for life. From 1920-2004, the White Sox only won the pennant once (1959).

    The Ugly. That one game in 1976 were they wore shorts. As mentioned the White Sox are considered Chicago’s second team. While Boston, Philadelphia and St. Louis were transitioning from two teams to one, the White Sox tried to bolt Chicago several times from the 1960’s to the 1980’s. Bud Selig almost bought the team in the 1960’s to move them to Milwaukee. They almost moved to Tampa in the late 1980’s but an eleventh hour deal on a new stadium kept the Sox in Chicago.

    Where they play. Guaranteed Rate Field. Seriously? It is more known as U.S. Cellular Field or even before then the “New” Comiskey Park.

    Owner: Jerry Reinsdorf, owns both the White Sox and Bulls, has owned the Sox since 1981. Considered a hardline anti-labor owner who was a major force in the 1994-95 strike.

    Manager: Rick Renteria, journeyman ballplayer who managed the Cubs for the 2014 season, and finished his first year as manager of the White Sox.

    Top Current Players: Jose Abreu, Avisail Garcia, and Melky Cabrera

    Hall of Famers: Luis Aparicio, Luke Appling, Eddie Collins, Nellie Fox, Ted Lyons, Frank Thomas

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    52. Utah Jazz

    (a.k.a. New Orleans Jazz)

    Why? I imagine a parallel universe where a basketball league will have the semifinals include the Miami Eskimos, Los Angeles Colonials, New York Farmers, and the Utah Jazz.

    The Good. Stockton to Malone from 1985 to 2003. Two Western Conference Championships (1997 and 1998). 20 consecutive years in the playoffs.

    The Bad. In New Orleans, traded for aging Laker star Gail Goodrich for a draft pick. That draft pick turned out to be Magic Johnson. Missed playoffs in its first nine seasons (all five in New Orleans, four in Utah). With the Stockton to Malone era, while getting to the playoffs was not a problem, succeeding was always a problem.

    The Ugly. The Jazz were terrible in New Orleans but were popular, however a lack of corporate and league support hurt the franchise at a time where the NBA was not as prominent as it is today. Also the area was highly taxed and the Jazz had to go on the road for month due to Mardi Gras. The team moved to Salt Lake City in 1979, even though there is no jazz culture in Utah, the organization decided to keep the name and the Mardi Gras colors.

    Where they play. Vivant Smart Home Arena, more known as the Delta Center which broke ground in 1991 replacing the Salt Palace. Name was changed to Salt Lake Ice Center for the 2002 Winter Olympics

    Owner: Gail Miller, assumed control of the Jazz in 2009 after her husband Larry died, this also includes a chain of car dealerships, movie theatres and most of Utah sports.

    Coach: Quin Snyder, a career assistant who spent long stretches as an assistant coach at Duke and head coach at the University of Missouri. Coached in Russia for one season.

    Top Current Players: Rudy Gobert, Ricky Rubio, and Donovan Mitchell

    Hall of Famers: Pete Maravich, Adrian Dantley, Karl Malone, John Stockton

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    Quote Originally Posted by CommAvHusky View Post
    52. Utah Jazz

    (a.k.a. New Orleans Jazz)

    Why? I imagine a parallel universe where a basketball league will have the semifinals include the Miami Eskimos, Los Angeles Colonials, New York Farmers, and the Utah Jazz.
    Are the North Dakota Trees in that league too?

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