Wild Alternate Logo
The Minnesota Wild hockey team has had a long and storied history with many different logos. The first logo was unveiled in 2000 when the team was founded, featuring an angry-looking wild animal's head inside a green circle. This logo would remain for 14 seasons before being changed to its current design in 2014.
The new alternate logo featured more modern styling than its predecessor, with brighter colors and sharper lines that made it stand out from other teams’ logos at the time. It also included two crossed sticks to represent both hockey players and Minnesotans alike who come together as one during game days or any day they can show their support for their beloved state hockey team!
Since then, there have been several variations on this alternate logo released over time, including special edition jerseys worn by select players or used as promotional materials such as t-shirts or hats given away at games; each variation has helped solidify the Wild’s place within Minnesota sports culture while still maintaining some of its original features like those crossed sticks that evoke so much pride amongst fans all across North Star Country!
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2018 - Present
A green and tan letter “M” with two stars. Worn on the shoulder of the Wild home jersey.
2011 - 2013
Wordmark “MINNESOTA” in cream and “WILD” in red jagged letters inside a green with yellow trim shield. Worn on the shoulder of the Minnesota Wild road jersey.
2004 - Present
The head of a black bear created using Minnesota-area scenery, green pine trees, a wheat colored river, a red sky, yellow sun set and white shooting star inside a green and wheat circle featuring the team name. Wordmark “MINNESOTA WILD” in cream. Worn on the front of the Minnesota Wild alternate jersey which was ultimately promoted to home jersey.
2000 - 2010
Wild in wheat calligraphic in a red and green circle. Wordmark “MINNESOTA NHL HOCKEY” in cream. Worn on the shoulder of the Minnesota Wild home and road jerseys, eventually dropped to just the road jersey before being eliminated completely following the 2009 – 2010 season.