Western Hockey League (WHL) logo

Western Hockey League logo
The earliest Western Hockey League logo was a classic shield with five sharp corners on the top and many curves. There was a broad yellow stripe going across the shield with the lettering “WCHL” (the abbreviation reflected the league’s original name).
Western Hockey League WHL logo history


Then, in 1978, the shield was updated. The letter “C” disappeared, the gold and black color scheme was replaced by red, black, and white, while the shape of all the elements was slightly modified.
WHL logo
Eventually, in 2002, a completely new WHL logo was introduced. Instead of the shield shape, it now featured a player and a puck flying at an incredible speed.