The Buffalo Sabres have revealed new retro-inspired featuring a refreshed primary logo design.
The new primary logo claims to have been simplified from the original, with silver outlines removed in order to create a “sleek modern” look; the buffalo’s legs and hooves now also have sharper edges, while the head area says goodbye to a ear-hole that previously sat between the eye and horn.
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2021 - Present
The Buffalo Sabres logo features a white buffalo, a symbol of good luck, leaping in between two crossed sabres on a royal blue circle trimmed in gold. The Sabres first adopted this style of logo for their expansion 1970 – 1971 season, the version is seen here was modified for the 2020 – 2021 season. Differences between this and the original include the elimination of the ear from the buffalo as well as more edges on each of its legs and hooves.
2011 - 2020
Back to the original logo from 1996 with a modern touch. A white charging buffalo above two white and yellow swords that are criss crossed, inside a blue circle with silver and yellow trim.
2007 - 2010
A yellow and navy blue buffalo with a red eye leaping forward. This logo is referred to as the “Buffaslug.”
2000 - 2006
A white, silver, and black buffalo head with a red trim.
1997 - 1999
A white, silver, and black buffalo head with a red trim. The shade of red was adjusted prior to the 1999 – 2000 season.
1970 - 1996
A blue circle and a yellow trim with a buffalo in white between two white and yellow sabres crossed.