Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Grey Coast Ghosts. NHL Expansion Team that Includes Portland and Seattle. West Coast Brand

Portland-Seattle as a tag team.  Technically it would be a travel team.  But traveling to two homes (camps) isn't that big of a deal.  Every team plays road games.  They'll just have two homes.

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The Grey Coast team could be a Northwest regional team moniker and more embraceable by the likes of Idaho and maybe even some way northern California kids.

Imagine the haunting spooky imagery that could be conjured up in this brand.  A wolf off in the distance.  An apparition of a wolf.  The reeper.  The shadow of a sasquatch.  Big Feet.  Some bad arse white uniforms.  Some play on gray and black.

But above all, hockey haunting and echoing through the sounds of hockey areas neighboring our cousins to the north makes a ton more sense priority-wise than do the likes of the sandy beaches (and mirages) of Arizona, Vegas and Miami.  Let's make it happen.  Portland, this looks like your only shot, lest the City of Sin, Coyotes or Panthers fail soon. h

See more talk about big league expansion of the big five sports, and talk of relocation and co-location throughout the blog:             INDEX   
                                                     Please feel free to comment and vote below. 
See some samples:

West Coast Whales NHL Team in Seattle, Portland and Las Vegas
Portland: Visiting the Possibility of more Pro Sports
Portland the NHL's Bridesmaid. Maybe the Bride. Expansion/Relocation
"West Coast" named Franchises get an MLB, NFL and NHL Team. Bigtime Win for Portland and Vegas
Major League Baseball in Charlotte and Portland. And then Las Vegas and Nashville. No Expansion Team Necessary 
Portland Blue Sox for Major League Baseball (or West Coast Athletics)
Florida Panthers can be ridiculous. Co-Locate the Team. Rebrand. Southlakes Fisherman. #NHLExpansion 
Yankees Hockey: The Great Lakes/North Coast Hockey Team. A New NHL Franchise and Concept 
East Coast Whalers of Norfolk and Hartford. A Two-Place Team in the NHL 

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