ECHL logo

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Founded in 1988, the Princeton-based ECHL is well-known as a tier below the American Hockey League. The organization used to be referred to as the East Coast Hockey League, which is reflected in one of its older logos.

Meaning and history

Echl Logo history

1988 — 1995

Echl Logo 1988The original ECHL logo featured the lettering “ECHL” in a rectangular shape with golden “wall” to the right.

1995 — 2003

Echl Logo 1995The emblem adopted in 1995 looked very much like the current one, except that it comprised the old name of the league and the stars had yellow outlines.

2003 — 2017

Echl Logo 2003 The text was removed in 2003.

2017 — 2018

ECHL Logo 2017
The redesign of 2017 straighten up the massive white inscription and placed it on a solid blue background, enclosed into a shield-shaped outline in light gray. It was the 30th-anniversary badge, so the “30” was even larger in size than the main logotype, and placed above it in gray and white, looking elegant and voluminous. The bottom part of the crest was embellished with five red five-pointed stars, which were placed under a white hockey puck, set on a chevron, composed of three gray lines.

2018 — Today

Echl logo
In 2018 the badge from 2003 was back again, with almost no changes made, just contours slightly cleaned and strengthened. The use of the logo, designed in 1995, shows the true values of the League and its patriotism, which is more than important for the organization of this kind.