Jacksonville IceMen Logo

Jacksonville IceMen Logo

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The franchise that is currently known by the name of the Jacksonville IceMen has had a long and full of events history including ownership changes, name changes and relocations. The predecessors of this ice hockey team were the Muskegon Fury (1992-2008), the Muskegon Lumberjacks (2008- 2010) and the Evansville IceMen (2010- 2016). At present the club resides in Jacksonville, Florida.

Meaning and history

Jacksonville IceMen Logo history

The first logo with the word “IceMen” appeared in 2008 when the new name was unveiled. It features a fierce looking Yeti-like creature that looks as if it is going to tear you to bits. Just look at the broken hockey stick. No wonder the logo was replaced in a year, yet by something that looks no less scary ‒ a man with bared teeth and angry eyes raising his hockey stick at somebody. It was adopted, though.

Two seasons later the IceMen altered their logo ‒ the man in it looks like a forward player in action.

Jacksonville IceMen Logo

The last redesign was in 2017 due to the team’s relocation to Jacksonville. Evidently, they didn’t want to change the identity that was so familiar to fans, so only the city name was replaced in the wordmark.

The team color scheme includes navy blue, sky blue and white. They also use black and gray in their logo.

1992 — 1997

Jacksonville Icemen Logo 1992

1997 — 2007

Jacksonville Icemen Logo 1997

2008 — 2009

Jacksonville Icemen Logo 2008

2008 — 2010

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2009 — 2011

Jacksonville Icemen Logo 2009

2011 — 2016

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2017 — Today

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