Tulsa Oilers Logo

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Tulsa Oilers Logo

The ice hockey team the Tulsa Oilers was formed in 1992 and since then the place of their location has been Tulsa, Oklahoma. They are often referred to as the “Ice Oilers” as there used to be a baseball team with the same name and the nickname helped avoid confusion.

Meaning and History logo

Tulsa Oilers Logo history

The Oilers have had five primary logos so far. The first team identity was registered in 1992. It is a wordmark in slant font consisting of the team’s name with a hockey stick instead of the letter “L” and a hockey puck instead of the letter “O” positioned next to the stick. The color scheme includes blue and red.

The logo consisting of a stylized profile of an oil worker’s head wearing a hard hat appeared in 1994. The letter “O” in the word “OILERS” is again represented in the form of a hockey puck.

Tulsa Oilers hockey Logo

The next Tulsa Oilers logo was intentionally made to look like a caricature. An intense-looking hockey player with a hockey stick in his hands is coming out of an oil pipe.

The 2004 logo is just a stylized wordmark “Tulsa Oilers” in blue trimmed in red and white. The dot above the letter “I” is depicted like a drop in red color.

In 2003 the Oilers actually switched to the 1994 version but recolored it using maroon, navy blue, silver and white.