Before the Devils' move from Colorado in 1982, then-owner John McMullen's wife designed a prototype logo, which was then modified by a professional graphic design and marketing firm.
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2000 - Present
The Devils’ logo is a monogram of the letters “N” and “J” rendered with devil horns at the top of the “J” and a pointed tail at the bottom. The logo sits inside an open black circle, and lies on a field of white.
1993 - 1999
The team changes the secondary color from green to black. The logo did not change other than adding the black.
1987 - 1992
The new logo would be a red melding of the New Jersey “N J” initials with identifiable images of a devil pointed tail and horns, set inside a green circle.
1983 - 1986
The new logo of the New Jersey Devils combines the letters “N” and “J” with horns on the top of the “J” and a tail at the bottom. The logo is red with a green outline and a circle around it.
1977 - 1982
The Scouts became the Rockies, named after the mountainous region. The logo consists of Colorado state flag drawn into the shape of a blue mountain with a red “C” and a yellow dot in the middle.
1975 - 1976
The Scout statue that overlooks the city was featured in the Kansas City logo. The Scouts statue is located in Penn Valley Park that depicts a Native American on horseback. A yellow with blue trim letters “KC” with a red circle around the statue.