Devils Primary Logo
The New Jersey Devils have a long and storied history with their primary logo. The original logo was created in 1982 when the team moved from Colorado to New Jersey. It featured an aggressive-looking devil, wearing a helmet and wielding a trident, set against an orange background. This design has been tweaked over the years but has remained unchanged since its introduction more than three decades ago.
In 1992, the team made some slight changes to their primary logo by adding black outlines around all of its elements and introducing silver accents on both sides of the headpiece worn by the devil character depicted in it. These minor modifications gave it greater clarity and helped make it stand out even more from other NHL logos at that time period which was primarily red or blue in coloration scheme instead of orange like this one is now known for being associated with “the Devils” nickname given them back then too!
Today, despite having undergone several redesigns throughout its lifetime (most recently during the 2007-08 season), this classic emblem still serves as one of hockey's most recognizable symbols – not only because fans recognize how iconic it looks but also due to fact that no matter what changes may be made over time they know they can always count on NJD’s beloved mascot holding his own against any opponent who dares challenge him!
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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.