Wild Primary Logo
The Minnesota Wilds' primary logo has a long and exciting history. The original logo was designed in 2000 when the team first joined the NHL. It featured an abstract image of a wild animal with green eyes, surrounded by four stars representing each of Minnesota’s major sports teams at that time: hockey, football, baseball, and basketball. This design also included two shades of green representing nature and ice hockey.
In 2008, the Wild released an updated version of their primary logo. It still features a wild animal silhouette but is now more detailed than before, with intricate lines outlining its shape and fur-like detailing around its face and body. In addition to this new look for their mascot creature, there are three red stripes across its forehead, symbolizing courage. At the same time, the bottom part contains seven stars signifying strength—each star is meant to represent one letter from ‘Minnesota’ spelled out in a Morse code-like manner (M-I-N).
Finally, in 2016, they unveiled yet another redesigned version featuring changes such as thicker lines on both sides, creating more depth within this iconic image and brighter colors making it stand out even further amongst other logos used by professional sports teams today! All these alterations have helped ensure that Minnesota Wild's primary logo remains recognizable throughout all these years - something which can be attributed not only due to its unique design but also because fans have grown accustomed over time too!
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2014 - Present
The new and cleaner 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. The wordmark “Minnesota Wild” was removed from the previous logo.
2000 - 2013
The original Wild logo features a 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. Wordmark “MINNESOTA WILD” arched over the logo.