Ducks Wordmark Logo
The Anaheim Ducks wordmark logo has been a staple of the National Hockey League since its inception in 1993. The original logo was a stylized “Mighty Ducks” script created to reflect Disney's movie franchise of the same name. This classic design featured an orange and black color scheme with white accents and text that read “Anaheim Mighty Ducks” across the top.
In 2006, when Disney sold their ownership stake in the team, it also relinquished rights to use any imagery from its movies or related products on team logos or uniforms. As such, it became necessary for the organization to create a new identity that would not be associated with Disney's intellectual property rights while maintaining strong ties to its past successes and local culture and history.
The current Anaheim Ducks wordmark logo features two interlocking Ds within an oval shape along with bold lettering reading "ANAHEIM DUCKS" at its center; this modern design is intended to represent strength through unity both on-ice between players and off-ice between fans alike—while also embracing California's signature sunsets by incorporating shades of orange into its palette once again! From humble beginnings as part of one company’s entertainment empire all those years ago until now: The Anaheim Duck Wordmark Logo remains one symbol synonymous with success throughout hockey today!
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2007 - Present
Wordmark “ANAHEIM” on top “DUCKS” on the bottom in gold with orange and black trim.Font: NHL Ducks
2007 - Present
Double lined wordmark “ANAHEIM” on the top and “DUCKS” in black with orange outline.Font: NHL Ducks