If the quality of a hockey team was measured exclusively by its logo, the Kansas City Scouts would go down as one of the NHL’s all-time greats. Their distinctive emblem was modeled after The Scout, a 10-foot tall statue of a Sioux Indian on horseback that is located in a secluded park overlooking downtown KC. Nearly a half-century later it remains a classic, with vintage jerseys still popular with fans. Unfortunately for the Scouts, they were judged by their on-ice performance. And unlike the logo, they were pretty lousy. The NHL wasn’t kind to expansion sides in those days, as…

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