Flames Wordmark Logo
The Atlanta Flames wordmark logo is an iconic symbol of the city’s hockey history. The team was established in 1972 and played their home games at the Omni Coliseum until 1980 when they moved to Calgary, Alberta. As one of two expansion teams that year, the Atlanta Flames had an impressive run in their eight years as part of the NHL's original 16-team league.
The original design for this logo featured a red “A” with flames around it and a white background outlined by black trimming on top and bottom – giving it a classic look that has been associated with hockey ever since its inception. To further emphasize its connection to the fire, there were also small images of burning embers inside each letter which made them stand out even more against the white backdrop behind them.
In recent years, however, some minor changes have been made to this beloved emblem including making all three letters larger than before as well as adding yellow accents throughout so that they pop even more off any jersey or hat bearing it proudly! Additionally, other color variations like blue/red/yellow have also become popular amongst fans who want something unique but still recognize what makes up such an important piece of history for both cities involved: Calgary & Atlanta!
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1973 - 1980
Single lined wordmark “ATLANTA FLAMES” in red.Font: Unknown