Scouts Alternate Logo
The Kansas City Scouts' alternate logo history in the NHL is a unique and interesting story. The original logo was created for the 1974-1975 season when the franchise first joined the league. It featured an abstract design of a scout with his arm raised, holding a hockey stick over his head. This logo quickly became popular among fans and was used until 1978 when it was replaced by another more traditional-looking design featuring two crossed hockey sticks behind an outline of Missouri state with stars representing each team member's home state or country.
In 1986, after several years without any kind of official alternate logo, Kansas City decided to bring back their original scouting-themed concept but this time they added some color to it; red and blue were chosen as colors that would represent both teams’ hometowns: St Louis (red) & Kansas City (blue). This new version also included two stars above each stick indicating that every player had earned their place on this team through hard work and dedication – something very important to scouts everywhere!
Today you can still find merchandise sporting either one of these logos - whether it be hats or t-shirts - showing just how much pride people have in their city’s NHL team despite its brief stint in professional sports history! Fans are proud to wear these designs which serve as reminders not only about where they come from but also what values scouts stand for loyalty, determination & courage!
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1975 - 1976
Kansas City Scouts Mascot. A hockey playing Scout with a yellow hockey stick.