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Contents

1967–1975 1975–1987 1987–1988 1988–1998
1967–1975 1975–1987 1987–1988 1988–1998
1998–2002 2002–2011 2011–2019 2019–present
1998–2002 2002–2011 2011–2019 2019–present

1967–1975

LA Kings 1967 logo.gif

1975–1987

LA Kings 1975 logo.gif

This logo would be used with a few design changes along the way until 1998.

1987–1988

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Silver was added to the logo.

1988–1998

LA Kings 1988 logo.png

With the arrival of Wayne Gretzky via a trade on August 8, 1988, the team changed up its color scheme from purple/gold to silver/black to concide with his arrival. The crown became black and white, and the KINGS wordmark was now fully enclosed.

1998-2002 (primary), 2002–2013 (secondary)

Los Angeles Kings 1998.svg

Note that the shade of purple is a different hue from that used from 1967-88; it is more blueish in appearance. This logo and the one below were introduced together; this "coat of arms" logo was used as the primary from 1998-2002, then as a secondary one threafter.

1998-2002 (secondary), 2002-2013 (primary)

Los Angeles Kings 2002.svg

In 2002, this crown logo switched positions with the above "coat of arms" logo, and became the primary after four years as a shoulder patch and 3rd jersey crest. The 1998-2002 logo above would be the new secondary logo. It remained as the team's primary logo until 2011, but the black/purple jersey continued as a 3rd jersey until 2013.

2011–2019

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2019–present

Los Angeles Kings 2019.svg

A second silver outline was added to the logo.

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