Jets Alternate Logo
The Winnipeg Jets have had a long and storied history in the NHL, dating back to their inaugural season in 1972. Over the years, they have gone through several logo changes that reflect different eras of their franchise. The first logo was an abstract design featuring a jet plane flying over a maple leaf with “Winnipeg” written across it. This was replaced by an updated version of the same design which featured more detail and coloration in 1984 as part of their move to Phoenix where they renamed the Coyotes.
In 1996, when they returned to Winnipeg under new ownership as the Jets again, they unveiled another redesign featuring two crossed hockey sticks behind an outline of Manitoba province with “Jets” written inside it and “Winnipeg” along its edges. This look remained until 2011 when yet another update occurred; this time replacing most elements except for one – namely keeping Manitoba intact but changing everything else including colors used (blue/red/white) plus adding some additional detailing such as stars around its perimeter and bolder lettering for both words on either side respectively - all meant to give fans something fresh while still honoring past looks at the same time!
Finally just last year, after much anticipation from supporters worldwide who wanted an even more modernized take on classic designs associated with the team over decades before; the organization released a brand-new alternate logo depicting a fighter jet soaring above a blue sky backdrop with a completely white clouds underneath - symbolizing power strength that comes from uniting together proudly under single banner no matter what challenges may arise during any given season or beyond! All these logos are now iconic symbols representing not only the city itself but also the entire country of Canada whose citizens continue to show unwavering support each and every game day regardless outcome ultimately achieved out their ice rink surface area night after night come rain and hail shine alike...
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1973 - 1975
A wordmark “Jets” in blue slanted with red outline and a hockey player on the letter “J.”
1973 - 1975
White and red trim circle with Winnipeg Jets written in white and a hockey player with a jet flying through. A wordmark “WORLD HOCKEY ASSOCIATION.”