Winnipeg Jets (Coyotes) Primary Logo
Winnipeg Jets Primary Logo History
The original Winnipeg Jets from 1972 had three Logo all in a roundel model of a logo. The Jets progression of logos is well designed and it culminates into the final logo in 1991 of great colors and layout.
Winnipeg Jets Primary Logo 1991 – 1996
1991 - 1996
In 1991 the logo changed to white dominate logo. The jet now orange which used to be flying up towards the sky, was now a simplified and flew level. A wordmark “WINNIPEG JETS” in blue on a white background. The “J” is still a blue hockey stick and the logo is surrounded by a orange circle.
Winnipeg Jets Primary Logo 1975 – 1990
1975 - 1990
In 1975 the Jets logo featured a jet taking off on a orange circle inside a blue circle with a wordmark “JETS” in white and “WINNIPEG” wordmark below in orange. A white hockey stick is the “J” in the wordmark “Jets.”
Winnipeg Jets Primary Logo 1972 – 1974
1972 - 1974
The first Jets logo is a red circle with a blue hockey player and a blue jet taking off in the distance. A wordmark “WINNIPEG” “Jets” in white and “HOCKEY CLUB” in blue on the white tail from the jet.