Ducks Primary Logo
The Anaheim Ducks have a long and storied history when it comes to their primary logo. The first logo was unveiled in 1993 when the team was founded as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. It featured an angry-looking duck wearing a jagged hockey helmet with crossed hockey sticks behind him. This design remained unchanged until 2006 when the team rebranded itself as simply "Anaheim Ducks". At this time, they changed their logo to feature an abstract webbed foot with three feathers on top of it—the colors were also changed from black and purple to orange and black.
In 2010, another change occurred: The original angry-looking duck returned but now he had been given some subtle tweaks that softened his look while still keeping his menacing presence intact; most notably he had gained eyebrows! In addition to this change, there were also minor modifications made such as adding more detail around the edges of his helmet and changing up some elements within its design like adding two stars at either side instead of one large star in front like before.
Today's version continues these changes but has further refined them even more by making small adjustments such as removing one feather from atop its head or thinning out certain lines along its beak or wings for example; all these details help make sure that no matter what era you are looking at - whether it’s 1993 or 2020 - you can always recognize who is represented whenever seeing “that Duck” (as fans affectionately call him).
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2014 - Present
The current Ducks logo, the D-Foot simplified the previous logo that came before it in 2007 – 2013. Rather than spelling out the whole team name, the webbed “D” from the previous logo was enlarged and made a logo unto itself.
2007 - 2013
The Ducks’ logo features a webbed foot forming a “D” followed by the other letters in the word “DUCKS.” The text itself is gold with orange and black accents forming a three-dimensional appearance. The entire logo is in turn outlined by silver. A wordmark “ANAHEIM” appears in black above the team name.
1994 - 2006
The old logo of the Ducks prior to the name change featured an old style goaltender mask, shaped to form the appearance of a duck bill. Behind the mask are two intersecting hockey sticks, a black circle and a green triangle.