Friday, September 21, 2007

Poll: Blue Jackets Logo History


2000
2007


Place your vote and then feel free to leave a comment as to how you came to your decision. Tell all your friends to drop in and vote! The more voices heard, the more accurate the results!

Poll opening date
Sep 21 @ 4:35 AM
Poll closing date
Sep 28 @ 11:59 PM


07BONLH | LHCBJ

10 comments:

bryan said...

awww man, why no bugs head logo?

PhantomOTO said...

The 2000 logo looks like a sign for a sleazy casino, and the 2007 logo looks like a generic corporate emblem. I chose 2000 because it at least has some character, but with the Blue Jackets it's like the lesser of two evils.

sharkie said...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/51/ColumbusBlueJacketsAlternate.png

that or this should be their logo


http://www.hockeytalk.biz/images/images_nhl_logos/columbus_blue_jackets_2000.gif

Matt said...

2007 is so much better. Take it from someone who actually lives there. :D

Just about every CBJ fan I know of has embraced the new logo, no question.

ryan said...

this makes me think there should be a worst all-time logos tournament.

Matthew said...

Can we get a 'none of the above' option...?

Matt said...

Chris, what about the logo with the lightning bug on it?

Chris said...

Chris, what about the logo with the lightning bug on it?

Hi Matt! Just to reiterate, these current Logo History polls will feature only primary logos. While I recognize the bug logo was used to market the team prior to its inaugural season, by the time the team hit the ice, the CBJ logo was their primary. Hope that helps!

Scarecrow said...

The new logo is far and away the better of these 2. I always loved seeing the Blue Jackets play in the 3rd jersey with this as the primary. It got rid of the ticker tape CB and the neon green hockey J.

This logo just seems to represent Columbus, and hockey in Ohio so much better. For one, it has the state flag right in it. And the giant star represents, to me at least, the patriotism in the North during the civil war. This ties in with the nickname of the team. The Blue Jackets have shown there expansion cousins how to design a logo that truly represents the team, city and hockey within it's area.

Marcel said...

They both suck.
I don't vote on this one...