Avalanche Alternate Logo
The Colorado Avalanche alternate logo has been a staple of the team since its inception in 1995. The original logo featured a snow-capped mountain range with an avalanche descending the center and was used until 1998. This primary design was an homage to the Rocky Mountains surrounding Denver, where they play their home games.
In 1998, the Avalanche changed its look by introducing a new alternate logo featuring two crossed hockey sticks above three snow-covered mountains and “Colorado” written across them in white font. This design was intended to represent Colorado's mountainous terrain and its passion for hockey - which is now synonymous with Denver sports culture today!
Today, this same basic concept remains intact; however, it has been updated to reflect modern trends in graphic design and branding standards set forth by other professional teams around North America. The current version features more vibrant colors, such as navy blue and bright yellow, along with subtle details like stars scattered throughout each mountain peak - making it one of the most recognizable logos among NHL fans everywhere!
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2018 - Present
The letter “C” in burgundy with white and silver trim and the letter “O” in black centered.
Based off of the state flag of Colorado.
2016 - Present
A white with sliver trim triangle with the letter “C” in maroon with white trim on a dark blue mountain background.
Team jersey logo.
2016 - 2017
A maroon letter “C” with silver outline and a dark blue circle at the center. The letter “C” stands for the state of Colorado.
2000 - 2015
A red and silver “Big Foot” foot with a blue oval circle around it. A slight variation of the previous 1996 – 1999 logo.
1996 - 1999
A red and silver “Big Foot” foot with a blue oval circle around it.