Up next in the Reno Ice Adult League concept are the BWD Tooth Fairies. They are the first expansion team for season two. Their full name is the Blue Water Dental Tooth Fairies. In this concept, they are an expansion team sponsored by Blue Water Dental Care. Their nicknames are BWD, the Tooth Fairies, or Blue Water Dental.
In this concept, the BWD Tooth Fairies are the seventh team in the A-League. They are the only A-League expansion team for season two. They are joining Miller Lite, The Mustangs, the Reno Gamblers, RT Janitorial, the Swamp Donkeys, and Whisky Dekes.
*In real life the BWD Tooth Fairies are now the GBB Tooth Fairies.
The BWD Tooth Fairies logo is a tooth with wings behind it and a halo above it. The Blue Water Dental Care logo is a tooth. The Idea with the BWD Tooth Fairies was to match that with their primary logo. So the tooth represents Blue Water Dental Care. The wings and the halo are fairy imagery. While a halo isn’t traditionally associated with the tooth fairy, a crown is. Wreaths are another part of the imagery of fairies. I thought a halo could represent a crown/wreath while being unique and adding to the logo. In this concept, the BWD Tooth Fairies are not owned by Blue Water Dental Care. That is the reason they have different logos and brands. The BWD Tooth Fairies colors are the same as Blue Water Dental Care (light blue, dark blue, and white). The branding for this concept was inspired by the Philadelphia Wings, Philadelphia 76ers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Kalamazoo Wings.
The BWD Tooth Fairies secondary logo is a white version of their primary logo.
The BWD Tooth Fairies first alternate logo adds a disconnected oval to the primary logo with the full team name. The second alternate logo is a white version of that logo. The third and fourth alternate logos are light blue and dark blue versions of the secondary logo. The last three alternate logos in the top row are stacked TF logos. TF being short for Tooth Fairies.
The first three logos in the middle row are BWD logos. BWD being short for Blue Water Dental. The next alternate logo is the tooth and halo from the primary logo. The next logo is a wordmark logo. The last logo in the middle row is an RNO logo. RNO is the airport code for Reno and is used as the on-air abbreviation for local sports teams. The RNO logo was designed to match the BWD logo and be used on the city jerseys.
The bottom row of logos are alternate throwback logos. Being an expansion team, the BWD Tooth Fairies do not have any throwback logo. Teams without throwback logos create logos designed to look like throwback logos and those logos are called alternate throwback logos. The first of the alternate throwback logos is a stylized TF. The second alternate throwback logo is a recolored version of the TF logo. The other two alternate throwback logos are BWD inside of a trapezium.
The Dark jersey is light blue, dark blue, and white. On the front is the secondary logo. On the shoulders are the BWD and TF logos. The Light jersey is white, light blue, and dark blue. It adds shoulders to the template. It has the primary logo on the front. It has the same logos on the shoulders as the Dark jersey.
The 3RD jersey is dark blue, white, and light blue. This jersey has a wing pattern instead of a traditional jersey pattern. On the front is the white version of the alternate logo with the full team name.
The City jersey is dark blue, light blue, and white. It has really thin stripes compared to a lot of the other jerseys in this series. It has the RNO logo on the front. On the shoulders are the light blue versions of the BWD and TF logos.
The Retro jersey is light blue, dark blue, and white. On the front is the alternate throwback TF logo. On the shoulder is the white BWD alternate throwback logo. This jersey was designed to look like what the BWD Tooth Fairies would have worn for a dark jersey in the 90s.
The Surge jersey is dark blue and light blue. It has the dark blue BWD logo on the front. It does not have any shoulder logos.
For the BWD Tooth Fairies goal horn, the horn is the Lehigh Valley Phantoms horn. The song is Dessert by Dawin. The goal horn and the win horn use the same song.