The Reno division is a division in B-League. It only exists in the Reno Ice Adult League Concept. Doughboys, Q&D Construction, Reno Pond Hockey, and Reno Sriracha make up the Reno Division. For the RIAL concept the Doughboys are the Reno Police team. They are sponsored by the local donut shop Doughboys Donuts. Q&D Construction are a corporate team. All of their players work for the company. Reno Sriracha is named after a hot sauce.
These are the primary logos for the Reno division. First up is the Doughboys. The Doughboys have the Vegas Golden Knights colors. Their name and part of their logo comes from the team sponsor. Their logo is a circle with multiple rings. It has the team name and the Doughboys Donuts logo on it. The Q&D Construction logo comes from their company logo. Their logo is a stylized QD with the company name and founding date underneath. The Reno Pond Hockey colors and branding are inspired by the Reno city flag. Their logo is a mountain with Reno in front of it and Pond Hockey below it. The Reno Sriracha branding is based on the Sriracha hot sauce. The colors and primary logo are inspired by Huy Fong Foods (the company that makes sriracha). Their logo is a rooster with the team name and ice hockey in Chinese characters.
Quick jersey recap, in the RIAL concept there are no home and away jerseys. Dark and Light jerseys are interchangeable home and away jerseys. 3rd jerseys are alt jerseys. City jerseys connect the team to the community. Retro jerseys are 90’s or 2000’s. Surge jerseys are color rush jerseys. All jerseys can be used for any game as they are not the same primary color. The home team gets first choice on jerseys.
When I designed these jerseys I was a lot more mindful of the City and Surge jerseys. All of the Dark, City and Surge jerseys for the Reno division can be worn against each other. I didn’t intentionally do that with the Dark or City jerseys but I did do that intentionally with the Surge jerseys. I think there are some interesting jersey combinations in the Reno divisions. For example Q&D Construction could wear an orange jersey and Reno Pond Hockey could wear a gold jersey. There are quite a few wild combinations in the Reno division. Reno Sriracha are the only team in the RIAL concept not to use their primary logo in any of their jerseys.
Red, orange, rich blue, and red make up the Dark jerseys of the Nevada division. The only ones that could not be used against each other are the Doughboys and Reno Sriracha. The Reno Sriracha jersey is my favorite Dark jersey in the Reno division. I just think that it perfectly matches the Sriracha bottle. The best matchup here would probably be the Doughboys and Reno Pond Hockey.
All of the Light jerseys in the Reno division are white. They are all recolors of the Dark jerseys. Reno Pond Hockey is the only one that uses the same logo on the front. I think that separates them just enough from the Dark jerseys. Since they are all white none of the would be used against each other. My favorite one here is the Reno Pond Hockey jersey. The rich blue and gold just is amazing.
The 3rd jerseys for the Reno division are black, black, gold, and green. The Doughboys and have a pattern that matches their Dark and Light jerseys. Q&D Construction and Reno Pond Hockey have new patterns that are similar to their Dark and Light jerseys. Reno Sriracha have a completely new design. Reno Pond Hockey uses their secondary logo as their main logo here. Doughboys, Q&D Construction and Reno Sriracha use alternate logos. The only two that couldn’t be used against each other are the Doughboys and Q&D Construction. My favorite one here is the Doughboys. I think the Gothic D works beautifully with the colors and pattern. I also think a Reno Pond Hockey, Reno Sriracha game with these 3rd jerseys would be interesting. Gold vs green.
The Doughboys jersey is inspired by the Reno Police. The Q&D Construction jersey just says Reno across the front. The Reno Pond Hockey jersey is inspired by the Reno city flag. The Reno Sriracha jersey is inspired by Sriracha heritage. It says Reno in Chinese characters on the front. All of the Reno division City jerseys can be worn against each other. My favorite of these is the Reno Pond Hockey jersey. The Reno Sriracha jersey is in a close second though. The Reno Pond Hockey jersey is beautiful and gained a lot of interest from Reno Pond Hockey fans. So much so that we might make it a real jersey.
The Doughboys Retro jersey is red, gold, white and black. On the front is one of their alternate logos from the 2000’s. On the shoulder is their primary logo from the early to mid 90’s. The Q&D Construction Retro jersey is orange, white and black. On the front is their original secondary logo.
Reno Pond Hockey does not have any logos or jerseys predating 2019. To solve that issue Reno Pond Hockey made alternate Retro design just for their Retro jersey. This is similar to what Hop Valley did in the RIAL concept or what the Vegas Golden Knights did with their reverse retro jersey. The Reno Pond Hockey retro jersey is rich blue, gold, bright blue and silver. On the front of the jersey is alternate retro Reno Pond Hockey wordmark logo with player numbers below it. On the shoulders is the alternate retro triangle logo. This is what Reno Pond Hockey could have looked like in the 90’s/2000’s.
The Reno Sriracha jersey is red, white, green and black. On the font is the primary logo introduced in the mid to late 90’s. On the right shoulder is Reno Sriracha in Chinese in white. The Doughboys and Reno sriracha are the only ones that can’t be worn against each other. I think that the Doughboys and Reno Pond Hockey would be a good combination for a retro night. My favorite here is the Reno Pond Hockey jersey.
The Doughboys have a gold and white Surge jersey. The pattern matches their Dark, Light and 3rd jerseys. It has their gothic D alternate logo on the front in white. Q&D Construction have a black and orange surge jersey. It doesn’t have any stripes. Their is just a checkered pattern on the sleeves and bottom of the jersey. It has the QD alternate logo on the font in orange. Reno Pond Hockey has a gold and rich blue surge jersey. It uses an outline of the pattern from the Dark and Light jerseys. It has the RPH alternate logo on the front. Reno Sriracha have a red and white Surge jersey. It has one white stripe going through the jersey. The bottom of the sleeves and jersey is white. It has their RS alternate logo on the front.
All of the Reno division Surge jerseys can be worn against each other. The top one out of these for me has to be the Reno Pond Hockey jersey. I think it is the most unique of them all. The Doughboys and Reno Sriracha would probably be the best combination.