Coyotes Alternate Logo
The Arizona Coyotes have had a long and storied history of alternate logos since the team’s inception in 1996. The first logo was a howling coyote against an orange, green, and white striped background. This logo was used for two seasons before being replaced with one featuring a red-and-black color scheme that has become synonymous with the team today. In 2003, another version of this same design was released to commemorate their move from Phoenix to Glendale; however, it wasn’t until 2011 that they unveiled their current alternate logo – an aggressive-looking coyote head on top of crossed hockey sticks set against a black backdrop.
This new look gave the franchise its unique identity, separate from other franchises around the league while maintaining ties to its original branding efforts when it started as “the Phoenix Coyotes” in 1996. It also marked what would be one of many changes over time as they continued to update their visual identity throughout subsequent years - including rebranding themselves as just “the Arizona Coyotes" in 2014 and introducing yet another updated version of this iconic look shortly after that, which featured more modernized lines and colors across all elements within its design.
In conclusion, through these various iterations, there is no denying that despite some minor tweaks here & there, The Arizona Coyote's Alternate Logo has remained unchanged since 2011. Its bold & aggressive aesthetic continues to make a strong statement about who exactly is behind those desert ice walls every night come game time!
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2022 - Present
Returning to their classic Kachina-style logo of the Coyote-head in purple, red, sand, and black.
2022 - Present
An aggressive coyote howling at the moon. It has a two-tone face with zig-zag black markings down the middle, three pieces of mane leading down to the neck, and triangular markings in the ear and chin. The logo includes four triangles across the bridge of the snout, representative of the Four Peaks.
2019 - Present
A sand-colored moon in a purple-colored eclipse in the Arizona desert with a wordmark “COYOTES” in brick red with sand trim.
2019 - 2021
The logo consists of a sienna-colored Coyote wearing half of a sand-colored goalie mask and a brick red hockey jersey with hunter green pants. Clutching a sand hockey stick with a purple crescent moon logo on its chest.
2016 - Present
The state of Arizona in black with the upper section have the Arizona flag and the letters “AZ” in cream.
2015 - Present
A coyote paw print in cream with black trim and the letter “A” in black in the middle. The letter “A” stand for the state of Arizona.
State of Arizona map with half of the state flag in the upper half of the map recolored to match those of the Arizona Coyotes. Below the flag is the state abbreviation of “AZ” in a Copperplate-esque style font.
2009 - Present
A sedona red, cream and black coyotes leaping in the air.