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|Full name||Green Lumberjacks|
|League||Major Hockey League|
The Green Lumberjacks, or known informally as the Greens or the Lumberjacks, is a famous, official Major Hockey League hockey team. It is part of the Green Team, and is based in Club Penguin. The team also represents the Green Team of Club Penguin, which is often shadowed by the more famous Blue Team and Red Team.
The Green Lumberjacks were formed in 2006. It was the hockey playing division of the Green Team, a moderately sized multi-sport team, rivaling the Blue Team and the Red Team. At first, the hockey team was small and insignificant. It played local games at the Club Penguin ice rink. However, the team started to play games very well. In 2008, the Green Lumberjacks were invited to become an official professional team and play in Major Hockey League games. The team accepted the invite and partook in official games. However, the team were not very good and soon became the laughing stock of the country and was an epitome of failure.
Then, one day in 2009, as the team were practicing at the Club Penguin Ice Rink, they discovered a young teenager, Buhc 777, the brother of the adventurer and astronaut, Chub 777. Buhc had excellent skills that rivaled even the most skilled hockey players. The Green Lumberjacks issued an invitation for him to join the team, which he accepts. After a lot of time practicing, he eventually played his first professional hockey game in 2010. Buhc played very well and causing the Green Lumberjacks an enormous win over the other team. Buhc became one of the most well known hockey players in the USA and brought the Green Lumberjacks to a new age.
Although Buhc does not play regularly for the Green Lumberjacks, he sometimes plays as a special guest. Today, the Green Lumberjacks are now known as a very good and all round, professional hockey team that have had many victories.
In a usual hockey game, there are about 10 players from the Lumberjacks on the field. Between games, the playing roster is rotated with those who did not play in the previous game. There are 25 players who are rotated around.
|Brian Locks||Assistant Captain||2010-|
|David Alan||Former Captain||2006-2008|
|Nathan Stevens||Head Coach||2006-|
|Vincent Victors||Assistant Coach||2007-|
|Matthew Anders||Assistant Coach||2009-|
|Lewis Hannons||Former Coach||2006-2007|
|Micheal "Mike" Brady||Goaltending Coach||2007-|
|Max Goodwin||Team Owner||2006-|
|Jerry Manson||Assistant Owner||2008-|
The overall design of the Green Lumberjacks' uniform is based on a single color: green. There are two variants of the Lumberjack uniform: 'home' and 'away'. The 'home' uniform is the most mainly used one and is also the most widely recognized. Although green is the main color of the home uniform, white is also used predominantly. The player's numbers are displayed in large white numbers on the front and back of the uniform. There are also several white stripes on the uniform. The logo of the Green Lumberjacks are shown on both of the sleeves and on the upper right of the player's chest. The guards, pads and helmets are white in color, whereas the skates are green. The 'away' version of the uniform is basically the same thing as the home version. The only difference being that the main colors are inverted; green becomes white and visa versa. This does not apply to the player's accessories, however.
The logo of the Green Lumberjacks is quite simple. It features a white, cartoon-like tree stump with a white axe sticking out of it.
- Unlike many other hockey teams, the Green Lumberjacks do not have three sets of uniforms.