The Anaheim Ducks’ new AHL associate will be a curtsy to another animal we don’t mostly see as sports mascots.
They denounced a San Diego Gulls’ name and heading on Sunday, that we can see in this post’s categorical image. Apparently a group name has some hockey story trustworthy to it, too, as we can see from this release:
The Ducks currently announced their American Hockey League (AHL) club’s new name and heading in an ice-breaking rite during a Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, Calif. Unveiled by owners Susan and Henry Samueli, and co-owner Jillian Samueli, a group was strictly named a San Diego Gulls. The new heading pays loyalty to a bequest of a WCHL Gulls heading and facilities a Ducks tone palette and other pattern elements, including a Ducks heading windswept font. A hold of a signature Gulls blue was combined to a Ducks tone palette to welcome a hockey story and tradition of a community. The clubs new colors are orange, black, and blue.
The group points out that a WCHL Gulls won titles in 1996, 1997, 1998, 2001 and 2003. They’ll be partial of a California collection in a AHL’s new Pacific Division:
Bakersfield – Edmonton Oilers
Ontario – Los Angeles Kings
San Diego – Ducks
San Jose – San Jose Sharks
Stockton – Calgary Flames
Pretty neat things all around.