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Carolina Hurricanes reportedly considering a major change to their branding

Published March 16, 2024 at 7:51

Around this time every year, we hear new information regarding any changes National Hockey League teams may be making to their uniforms for the following season.

With Fanatics taking over for Adidas, there isn't expected to be much change, including in the quality of the jerseys, which will still be produced from the same Quebec factory that pumped out uniforms for Adidas and Reebok before them.

While there may not be a lot of change, one team is reportedly considering something significant when it comes to their uniforms and brand/identity.

According to @The_JerseyNerds on X, the Carolina Hurricanes are reportedly considering changing their primary logo that they've had since entering the National Hockey League ahead of the 1997-98 season.

The Hurricanes also reportedly sent an email out to their fan base featuring six different logos, which can be seen in the social media post below, that they are wanting feedback on.

It's unclear when or if the Carolina Hurricanes will officially change their primary logo, but I think all hockey fans can agree that their current logo is a million times better then any of the six concepts they provided to their fan base.

Do you think the Carolina Hurricanes should keep their primary logo or make a change? Let us know what you think in the poll below.
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Carolina Hurricanes reportedly considering a major change to their branding

Should the Carolina Hurricanes keep or change their current logo?

Keep the current logo35677.9 %
Change it for something new10122.1 %
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