Morning Bag Skate: USHL’s Central Illinois Flying Aces unveil logos, jerseys
Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.
The Central Illinois Flying Aces unveiled its new logos, jerseys, and color scheme while taking part in Bloomington’s Labor Day Parade on Monday.
After announcing the name change from the Bloomington Thunder to the Central Illinois Flying Aces on Aug. 24, the display of the visual identity capped the team’s rebrand for the upcoming season, its fourth in the United States Hockey League.
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