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Updated March 25, 2018 9:58:20The NHL’s new logo has been unveiled in St. Peter, St Louis, as the St. Pete Stars prepare to take on the St Louis Blues.
The Stars logo, unveiled at the unveiling, was designed by John McLeod and is based on the original design by Jim Siegel.
McLeod designed the Stars logo as a four-point circle, which is the same design used by the St Pete Stars, who played in the American Hockey League from 1977-1988.
The logo was designed for hockey and sports and has a modern look that will look great on the rink.
The Stars logo also features the phrase “the Stars” in black and white.
The St. Petersons logo, also unveiled at Tuesday’s unveiling, is an eight-pointed star, similar to the Stars’ current logo, which was created for basketball.
The star is a white triangle with a white dot at the bottom, the Stars name in blue, and a star-shaped circle on top.
The name is written in red.
The NHL has been working on its logo since 2012, with the new design expected to be ready for the 2018-19 season.