Predators Primary Logo
The Nashville Predators' primary logo has a long and storied history. It was first introduced in 1998 when the franchise began playing in the NHL. The original logo featured a saber-toothed tiger, an homage to Tennessee’s state fossil and its nickname “Smashville” due to its strong hockey culture. This initial design also included two stars on either side of the head, representing music and hockey, two things synonymous with Nashville, TN.
In 2016, ahead of their 20th season anniversary celebrations, they unveiled an updated version of their primary logo featuring more vibrant colors and sharper lines for improved visibility from afar or on television broadcasts. In addition to this new look, there were several subtle changes made, such as adding three stripes along each side, symbolizing strength and unity among fans while still maintaining elements from the original design, like keeping it centered around a saber-toothed tiger head silhouette but making it more prominent than before giving it even more fabulous presence within any environment where displayed or worn by fans alike!
Overall this update not only helped create better visibility for viewers but also showed how much pride people have in their team by modernizing something so iconic while still honoring what came before them - showing how far they've come since entering into professional sports leagues back in 1998! All these factors combined make up one truly unique emblem that will continue being proudly represented throughout generations, no matter who's wearing it at any given time!
The NHL League Teams Logo Battle is heating up, and Nashville Predators fans are sure to be excited! With a wide variety of teams participating, it's an exciting way to show your support for the Preds as they battle against other teams' logos in this fun competition. So don't miss out on the action - get involved today and cheer on your favorite team!
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2012 - Present
This logo is a slightly different take on the original, with an altered color scheme and simpler design. Also, the tiger’s eye now has a more distinct pupil. The logo features the side head shot of the saber-toothed tiger with blue and gold highlighted features and a gold trim around the logo.
1999 - 2011
The Predators unveiled their logo, a saber-toothed tiger, in Nashville’s downtown First American Center on September 25, 1997. The tiger is a side head shot in dark blue, light blue, grey and red with gold trim.