Adirondack Thunder Logo

Adirondack Thunder Logo

Fans heard the name “Adirondack Thunder” for the first time in 2015. That year a well-known hockey team Stockton Thunder left Stockton, California, for the city of Glens Falls, New York, to replace there Adirondack Flames. As a result of the relocation, the team started calling themselves “Adirondack Thunder”.

Logo and Colors

Adirondack Thunder Logo history

The administration wanted a new identity for the hockey team, not only a new name, but also and a new logo. Paying tribute to the traditions and value of Stockton Thunder that had been in the ECHL for 10 years, decision was taken to preserve the name “Thunder” but to use it with “Adirondack”.

Adirondack Thunder hockey Logo

What concerns the logo, it is much the same as the emblem used by the Thunder when they resided in Stockton. It is the same god of thunder to give the logo a bold look, the same hockey stick in his hand. However, the color of the beard changed. Now it is red, not yellow. The wordmark “Adirondack Thunder” is placed below the image of the god against a black background. It comes in two different fonts and colors ‒ the word “Adirondack” is gold and the word “Thunder” is white. A lightening bolt divides the letter “T” into two parts.

The logo features all the team’s official colors ‒ black, gold, silver, white and red.

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