Monday, January 16, 2012

Best Hockey Logo of All-Time?

This morning I was reading dayf's post about an outing to a hockey game, wanted to learn more, and soon stumbled across this.

That's the logo of the Quebec Rafales, an IHL team that played for two seasons in the late 1990s after moving from Atlanta. I don't know what else to say about it except that it's a yeti wearing a scarf riding a hockey stick like it was a snowboard. In a perfect world, my house would have a basement rec room with the walls adorned with 10"x10" professionally drawn framed pictures of insane minor league sports logos.

8 comments:

Fuji said...

Unique logo indeed... my first though... What's a Rafale?

Thorzul said...

Wikipedia states that rafale is French for "gust of wind," which makes the logo even stranger. Is the wind blowing that creature down from the frozen north or something?

Hackenbush said...

That is awesome! Minor league teams have the best logos.

Josh D. said...

He's wearing a scarf made of FIRE.

That's hard-core.

the sewingmachineguy said...

I thought I would see the Winged Wheel when I got here.

dayf said...

THOSE ARE MY KNIGHTS!

MY BELOVED KNIGHTS GOT TURNED INTO STUPID SURFING YETIS!

LOUSY QUEBECOIS TEAM THEIVES!!!

@#$%&^*!

POUTINE SUCKS!!!!

Nalin said...

This is one of the best cartoon logos, I have ever seen.

Aslay Sin said...

You logo is looking really great in many ways. It is simple but attractive. logo design