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Summary of 10 articles · Updated Jul 16, 2014
HISTORY OF THE CAPITALS LOGO In the beginning, the Capitals logo represented the truly awful. The “T” in Capitals forms a hockey stick that has a red puck next to it and the three stars along the top are an addition to the original look. The red, white and blue colors are representative of the capital city of the USA, but other than that, it’s just “Washington Capitals” in italics. Not much to it. The reason this one didn’t get much love is because it’s less a logo than it is just the team’s name being spelled out. But you figure there would be a lot of options for any potential new look for Alex Ovechkin’s team. Think you can do a better job coming up with a logo for Washington? Now’s your chance.
It’s Day 3 of our NHL logo rankings, so we introduce a look we slotted in at No. 28: The Washington Capitals. The reason this one didn’t get much love is because it’s less a logo than it is just the team’s name being spelled out. The “T” in Capitals for…