Canadian Hockey League (CHL) logo

Canadian Hockey League logoThe Canadian Hockey League logo, which was introduced in 1996, is rather complex and brings together quite a few concepts at once. The lettering “CHL” in dark blue is the centerpiece of the emblem. To the right, you can see the white outline of a player with a hockey stick in his hands, who is placed over a symbol of Canada, a red maple leaf. Behind the lettering, there’s a black puck in flight. The concept of motion is represented by the black tail the puck is leaving behind.
CHL logo


The old CHL logo (1986) featured the letters “CHL” in red. The glyphs were formed by multiple thin red bars placed one on top of another. There was also a hockey stick and a black puck with a maple leaf positioned over it.