Quebec Nordiques (New Logo If The Team Did Not Move To Colorado)

Avry Lewis-McDougallContributor IJuly 8, 2009

I'm back with another logo blog and as usual its another goofy logo, this time I'm writing about the new logo for the Quebec Nordiques that they were supposed to use if the team stayed in Quebec for the 1995-96 NHL season. First of all WHERE DOES A HUSKY COME INTO PLAY?! I'm really confused by this logo you go from an Igloo to a husky with the teeth of a snake (I know that snakes only have two teeth but the 4 that the husky has look like the 2 of a snake). Even worse, why does this husky only have 4 teeth? This logo truly would have gotten him laughed off of jerseys by the Minnesota Timberwolves logo and I'm talking about the Wolves first logo not the stupid new one with the Wolf behind the bush. This logo would have had fans and maybe even some players scratching their heads as to why a Husky is on the jersey and lastly I still ave no idea what a Nordique is!!!

Avry's Logo Scale

16.4/10 For being able to confuse

19/10 For not making sense

20/10 For most likely being laughed at by the logo of the Minnesota Timberwolves (original logo)

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