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Jacksonville Icemen Logo

Jacksonville IceMen logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • The predecessors of this ice hockey team were the Muskegon Fury (1992-2008), the Muskegon Lumberjacks (2008- 2010) and the Evansville IceMen (2010- 2016).
  • The black bold lettering was set diagonally over the green element and had an enlarged image of the hockey puck, also in black, placed under it.
  • 1997 — 2007 In 1997 the club gets a mascot — a funny angry figure in turquoise and purple, which also resembles a hurricane swirl.
  • The wordmark was now drawn in purple with a turquoise shadow and placed under the emblem, with a thin white banner and black “Muskegon” tagline placed over the last letters.
  • 2008 — 2009 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.
  • It was adopted, though.
  • 2008 — 2010 In 2008 the name of the team was changed to Muskegon Lumberjacks, and the logo was changed again.
  • The new concept included an image of a bearded man with an ax stylized as a hockey stick.
  • The man was placed above the narrowed and stylish lettering, where the “Lumberjacks” part was enlarged and written in white letters under the beige “Muskegon”.
  • 2009 — 2011 Two seasons later the IceMen altered their logo ‒ the man in it looks like a forward player in action.
  • The color palette was simplified and the shade of blue, used for the logo became softer and colder.
  • 2017 — Today The last redesign was in 2017 due to the team’s relocation to Jacksonville.
  • The team color scheme includes navy blue, sky blue and white.

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