By Mike MorrealePosted May 07, 2018 06:11PMThe Dallas Stars are ready to unveil their official NHL logo, but don’t expect the new logo to be a giant neon-colored LED field of lights.
While the Stars were on the ice during the opening night of training camp on Tuesday, they didn’t unveil the new branding.
Instead, they held a brief press conference to unveil the current logo and preview the new look for next season.
The Stars will unveil their logo and logo variations for the 2018-19 season on Monday at the NHL Awards ceremony at the Dallas Farmers Coliseum.
The team has made it a goal to keep the name of the Stars as recognizable as possible.
The logo was designed by the Dallas-based design firm ColorLines, which also designed the logo for the New York Rangers.
The new logo will be officially unveiled by the Stars on Monday during a press conference.
It will be a major departure from the current look.
The current logo was created in 2013 and was designed to resemble the current Stars logo, with the addition of a blue circle on the back.
The colors will be the same as the team’s current jerseys, which feature an all-white home and away alternate jersey, the blue and white team logo, a gold and white home and road alternate jersey and the blue, white and gold home and travel alternate jerseys.
The blue and gold alternate jerseys will feature a silver trim, a new logo and a new color scheme for the alternate jerseys to reflect the team and players’ new colors.
The NHL has a history of embracing design elements that are unique to each franchise.
The NHL logo was first designed by New York Islanders general manager Jeff Gorton in 1996, and the New Jersey Devils’ logo was originally created by Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith in the 1990s.
The stars also have used a number of other logos throughout the years.
The Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche have all used the logo in their arenas, and both the Los Angeles Kings and Washington Capitals used it during their Stanley Cup Final campaigns.
In addition to the current uniforms, the Stars have also used other team logos on other uniforms throughout the history of the franchise.
The Dallas Mavericks, the Dallas Stars and the Dallas Mavericks alternate jerseys were used by the Mavericks during the 2015-16 season, the 2016-17 season and the 2017-18 season.
The Minnesota Wild used the same logo during its inaugural season in 2016.
The alternate jerseys feature a red trim on the front of the jerseys and a blue and yellow trim on top of it, and will be worn during the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The team will also use the new jerseys for a game at the U.S. Open Cup Final in 2019.