Jets Alternate Logo
The Winnipeg Jets have a long and storied history that dates back to their founding in 1972. The team's alternate logo has gone through many changes over the years, reflecting the ever-evolving identity of the franchise. From its original design featuring a blue and yellow jet flying across an outline of Manitoba to its current iteration featuring an updated version of that same jet with bolder colors and sharper lines, each logo captures something unique about this Canadian hockey team.
The first alternate logo was introduced during the 1992-93 season as part of a rebranding effort by then-owner Barry Shenkarow. This new look featured two jets soaring side by side against a white background with red trimming around them; it was meant to represent strength in unity for both players and fans alike as they cheered on their beloved Jets together at home games or away games alike!
In 2011, another update came when True North Sports & Entertainment purchased ownership rights from Atlanta Thrashers LLC, introducing an even more modernized version that included brighter blues along with silver accents throughout – giving off vibes similar to those seen on military aircraft or fighter jets! It also features “Winnipeg” written out proudly underneath. Hence, everyone knows exactly who they are cheering for no matter where they are watching from: inside Bell MTS Place or beyond city limits altogether! These logos demonstrate how far Winnipeg and hockey have come since 1972 - proving why we all love our favorite sport so much today!
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2012 - Present
Red maple leaf on an air force badge with crossed hockey sticks. Wordmark “WINNIPEG JETS” in blue on white background.