San Jose Sharks Primary Logo

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One of the sport’s oldest and most recognizable logos, the classic “C” and “H” of the Montreal Canadiens were first used together in 1917 – 1918 season, when the club changed its name to “Club de hockey Canadien” from “Club athlétique Canadien”, before evolving to its current form in 1952.





Choose your favorite San Jose Sharks logo - Primary vs Secondary?




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San Jose Sharks
2009 - Present

The new and still active primary logo arrived for 2007 – 2008. The shark is much more three-dimensional, menacing, powerful. It’s bursting out of the logo to bite the hockey stick. Its teeth are razor sharp and its eyes glow with the same yellowy orange.


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San Jose Sharks
2008

In 2008, a redesigned of the Sharks logo changed the shark position and look. The shark add a new color teal with black and white. The shark is still coming out of the top left corner and biting on a hockey stick.



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San Jose Sharks
1999 - 2007

In 1999 the Sharks made very small changes to the original logo. The black and white shark is still coming out of one of the corners of the triangle. The shark is crushing a hockey stick.



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San Jose Sharks
1992 - 1998

According to the brain trust behind the design, the decision was deliberate, as they didn’t want to scare children. And the triangle wasn’t simply capitalizing on Pittsburgh’s success at the time, it actually stands for the Bay Area trifecta of San Jose, San Francisco and Oakland.


Secondary Logo

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San Jose Sharks
2017 - Present

Full body shark black, white and teal with teeth in the attach mode swimming around the bold letters “SJ” white with teal and black trim.



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San Jose Sharks
2017 - Present

Full body shark black, white and teal with teeth in the attach mode.



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San Jose Sharks
2017 - Present

Partial body shark black, white and teal with teeth in the attach mode.



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San Jose Sharks
2009 - Present

Full-body black and teal shark chomping stick.



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San Jose Sharks
2009 - Present

The letters “SJ” in white with teal, silver and black. The orange diamond logo in the bottom right corner. The letters “SJ” stand for the city of San Jose.



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San Jose Sharks
2008

Full-body black and teal shark chomping stick.