Milwaukee Admirals Logo

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The American Hockey League team Milwaukee Admirals is the affiliate of the NHL’s Nashville Predators. The Milwaukee club has gone through a series of logos throughout its more than 50-year history, each new logo being scarier and scarier.

Meaning and history

Milwaukee Admirals Logo history

The original Milwaukee Admirals logo, which was introduced in advance of the 1977/78 season, featured quite a friendly and fun guy in a military uniform and with his hat over his eyes. The guy was holding a hockey stick.

The character probably lacked the competitive spirit required for a sports logo as it was soon replaced by a determined and aggressive “admiral” with a prominent nose and chin. He was wearing a saber.

In 1997, a logo with only the admiral’s head and the name of the team was adopted, which was replaced by a skeleton’s head logo in 2006. The current Milwaukee Admirals logo is a new, more professional take on the skeleton theme.

1977 — 1981

Milwaukee Admirals Logo 1977

1982 — 1997

Milwaukee Admirals Logo 1982

1997 — 2001

Milwaukee Admirals Logo 1997

2001 — 2006

Milwaukee Admirals Logo 2001

2006 — 2015

Milwaukee Admirals Logo 2006

2015 — Today

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