Hurricanes Alternate Logo
The Carolina Hurricanes are an NHL hockey team based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Over the years, the franchise has had several alternate logos that have been used to represent the team and its fans.
The first logo for the Hurricanes was created when they were known as the Hartford Whalers in 1997. It featured a white whale with green eyes surrounded by blue waves and two orange stripes on either side, representing their home state's colors at that time. This logo was used until 1998, when they changed their name to become the Carolina Hurricanes after moving from Connecticut to North Carolina.
In 2003, they unveiled an updated version of this original logo featuring a more aggressive-looking hurricane symbol instead of just a whale with wings on either side and bright red coloring added into it for extra emphasis; this became known as “the storm warning” design which is still being used today along with other variations like “the eye” or “the flag” designs which feature different elements such as flags or stars within them respectively. All these logos help express what makes up Hurricane Nation - strength, pride & passion!
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2019 - Present
A hurricane warning flag, two red and black square flags and flying from a grey and black hockey stick. The shape of the state of North Carolina is formed in the space in between the two flags.
2000 - 2018
A tropical storm warning flag flying in red hanging on a hockey stick with a black triangle background. Slight color change from the previous logo.
1998 - 1999
A tropical storm warning flag flying in red hanging on a hockey stick with a black triangle background.