Arenas Primary Logo
The Toronto Arenas are a professional hockey team with a long and storied history. The primary logo of the team has changed over time, reflecting various eras of their existence. From 1917 to 1927, the original logo featured an orange maple leaf on a white background with “Toronto Arenas” written in blue underneath it. This design was used until 1927 when it was replaced by another featuring two crossed sticks above the wordmark “Arenas” in red and blue font on top of an orange circle shape surrounded by stars.
In 1934, this second logo was replaced once again by one that included three interlocking circles inside each other – all colored differently – along with two crossed sticks at its center point and “Toronto Arenas” written across them both in bold black font against a white background. This version lasted for several years until 1947 when yet another redesign occurred which saw four different colors being used: green, yellow, red, and blue; representing Canada's provinces at the time as well as its flag colors combined into one unique symbol that also incorporated two crossed hockey sticks near its center point just like before but now had added detail such as stars around those same crosses to give it more depth visually speaking.
Finally after nearly twenty-five years since first introducing their initial emblem back in 1917 - Toronto Arena finally settled upon what would become known today simply known affectionately amongst fans everywhere worldwide simply referred to as 'the classic' - A simple circular badge comprised solely of five distinct elements: An ice rink outline complete w/a pair crossed hockey sticks & puck placed directly within, followed up w/an outer ring containing twelve alternating maple leaves & fleur de lis symbols (representing both French Canadian culture & country), topped off lastly w/the words "TORONTO ARENAS" printed boldly atop everything else. It is this very variation that remains to date serving proudly not only throughout NHL games but also many merchandise items associated with too!
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1918 - 1919
A large blue letter “T” with a wordmark in the middle “ARENAS” in blue.
The blue letter is as simple as it gets, but featured a strong letter “T” in blue. The letter “T” represents the city of Toronto.