Ducks Alternate Logo
The Anaheim Ducks have a long and storied history of alternate logos. The first logo was introduced in the 1995-96 season when the team was still known as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. This original logo featured an angry duck wearing hockey gear and wielding a hockey stick. It quickly became one of the most recognizable logos in all of the sports, with many fans proudly displaying it on their jerseys or hats at games.
In 2006, after several years without an alternate logo for their NHL franchise, Anaheim unveiled its first new look since 1995: a fierce-looking anthropomorphic duck that Disney’s creative team had given wings to represent flight and speed. This design also included orange trim around its eyes to signify fire—a nod to California’s state bird (the California quail) and Orange County, where they play home games at Honda Center (formerly known as Arrowhead Pond).
Since then, there have been several other iterations, including two more versions featuring similar designs but different colors; one with black shading over white feathers, while another version had silver shading instead, creating what some call “chrome ducks,” which has become very popular among fans who like modernized looks for teams' branding materials such as jerseys or hats. In addition, there are also two additional versions based on this same concept but using different color combinations, namely green/yellow/orange & blue/white/silver, respectively - making these four distinct designs from which supporters can choose whichever suits them best!
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2014 - Present
A wordmark “DUCKS” written in gold diagonal letters with white, black, and orange accents. A gold webbed duck foot in the shape of a D at the beginning. Wordmark “ANAHEIM” in black above.
2007 - 2013
Original Mighty Ducks of Anaheim primary logo re-colored in modern Anaheim Ducks color scheme surrounded in a black circle. Worn on the shoulder of Anaheim Ducks alternate jersey.
2007 - 2013
The primary “DUCKS” logo on a black oval with gold and orange streaks.
2007 - 2013
A gold duck foot with black, orange, and grey accents in the shape of the letter “D.” Worn on the front of the Anaheim Ducks alternate jersey. The letter “D” stands for the team nickname Ducks.
Retired as a Alternate Logo in 2013, to become the new primary logo.