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Pacific Coast Hockey League


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Western Hockey League (minor pro)


Vancouver Canucks logo 1952

The Canucks used versions of the "Johnny Canuck" logo for their team jerseys from about 1952 until they joined the National Hockey League during the 1970 expansion.


Vancouver Canucks logo 1961

National Hockey League


Vancouver Canucks logo (1970-1978)

The Canucks' first NHL logo. A similar version of this logo is used as their shoulder patches and for their third jerseys. The original logo was designed by former graphic designer Joe Borovich .


Vancouver Canucks logo (1978-1997)

Note the logo has used similar colors over its lifespan. From 1978-1992 the colors were gold and orange. Beginning in 1992-93 they became yellow and red.



Vancouver Canucks logo (blue and red)

Deciding to go with a design to reflect British Columbia's West Coast heritage, in 1997, the team changed their logo featuring an orca splashing out of water in the shape of a "C". It's also a reference to the team's owner, Orca Bay Sports & Entertainment.



The team retained its current logo, only to change the colors back to their early years in Vancouver. On their uniforms, the team uses this logo with the name "Vancouver" above it in arched format until the 2019-20 season.


Vancouver Canucks logo

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