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The Hockey News Logo Rankings Central

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It’s the image that brings a city together and sets it apart from everywhere else. When players say they’re playing for what’s on the front of the jersey, not the back, this is what they are speaking of. The colors, mascots and traditions collide in an emblem forever emblazoned on flags, hats and hoodies – until some genius in marketing decides to go for a more youthful demographic, that is.

Welcome to The Hockey News' Ultimate Logo Rankings and Tournament.

Over the course of the next two months, we will first lay out our rankings of every notable league in North America, then let you vote on your favorites.

From your league votes, a tournament will be spawned. An event which will pit 40 teams from every league against each other, regardless of home attendance, winning record or prominence.

Below you will find links to our league rankings and below that links to each stage of the tournament.

Enjoy...

THE HOCKEY NEWS LOGO RANKINGS
 
 
LEAGUE
RANKINGS
TOURNAMENT
BIDS
 
August 1
8
August 4
6
August 6
4
August 8
2
August 8
2
August 11
1
August 11
2
August 13
1
August 13
1
August 13
1
August 15
1
August 15
1
August 15
1
August 18
3
August 20
3
August 22
3

THE HOCKEY NEWS LOGO TOURNAMENT
STAGE
START DATE
TEAMS REMAINING
 
September 2
40
September 9
16
September 16
8
September 23
4
September 30
2
October 6
1

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