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Artist creates eye-catching new Game of Thrones-style banners for former NHL teams

Last spring, Washington-based illustrator Rachel L. Cohen caught the eye of hockey fans with Game of Thrones-style banners for all 30 NHL teams. This year, she's back with eight cool new banners – this time, for the league's teams that are either defunct or that have relocated.
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Last April, Washington-based illustrator

Rachel L. Cohen created

Game of Thrones-style banners for all 30 NHL teams, and the result proved such a hit with hockey fans, she's back nearly a year later with more – only this time, Cohen has made banners for now-defunct or relocated franchises. Cohen, who

has the banners up for sale, turned her artistic attentions to eight former NHL teams, including the Atlanta Thrashers, California Golden Seals, and Colorado Rockies:

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Atlanta Thrashers, California Golden Seals, Colorado Rockies banners (images courtesy Rachel L. Cohen)

Next up for Cohen – banners for the Hartford Whalers and Kansas City Scouts:

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Hartford Whalers and Kansas City Scouts banners (images courtesy Rachel L. Cohen)

And here's Cohen's interpretation of GOT-type banners for the Quebec Nordiques and old Winnipeg Jets franchise:

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Quebec Nordiques and Winnipeg Jets banners (images courtesy of Rachel L. Cohen)

To see all of Cohen's new banners – including one for the Minnesota North Stars – be sure to check out

her home page.

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