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Along with their seminal crest, the Bruins have chosen aggressive animals, giant letters, football numbers, collegiate script and Winnie the Pooh to adorn their jerseys. Plus, once something actually works, they feel the need to incessantly tweak it.
Why is this sport so needlessly complicated? Not a bad beginning for the franchise, all things considered. The wordmarks sandwiching a vicious predator would have presented a strong image of the nascent team to the rest of the NHL.
That said, even inone would think it would have been common knowledge writing a boston accent bears generally have four legs. And why the B and N are so big is beyond me. But not a bad attempt, all things considered.
It was even brought back for the NHL Winter Classic where, set atop a black background, it looked even better. This a design choice was accompanied the following year by the standardisation of some of the aesthetically problematic elements of their inaugural logo.
Less brown on a logo is always a good thing. The fact this redesigned crest was surrounded by white, rather than brown, really helped this logo to pop off the chest.
The bear, however, was still missing a leg. I like these logos. Despite the colour scheme and artistic inconsistencies, they strike a nice balance between image and text, and have a classic look truly befitting of a storied franchise like the Bruins.
The Boston Bruins Go to College So, what does a fledgling organisation do just after tasting success for the very first time? Why, rebrand, of course! The Boston B Inthe Bruins mothballed their bear-adorned kits and went with a blocky B as their logo.
Is the B supposed to symbolise Boston?
Maybe they thought they had already built a solid fan base, so there was no longer any need for an actual bruin on the jersey. Maybe they wanted to be different from the other eight teams in the circuit, of whom all but the lowly New York Americans used a proper crest.
Or maybe the old logo was just too inefficient to produce. Regardless, this logo made the Bruins jerseys of the time look like a letter jacket from some generic university. Inthe Boston B was bumped to the shoulders of the Bruins jersey, replaced on the front by a number. Yes, the same number that was on the back.
Yes, like a football jersey. Well, it appears I was wrong. The greatest sin a sporting organisation can commit, aesthetics-wise, is having no logo at all. At this point, the Bruins were just throwing everything at the wall.
Thankfully, none of it stuck. Illustration by Andrew M. Meanwhile, the logo-less wonders persisted for five more campaigns, bringing their tenure to 12 full seasons.
Despite a distinct lack of brand or identity, the Bruins still managed to win two Stanley Cups wearing these monstrosities and The Spoked-B ForBoston reverted to using the Boston B crest on the front of their jerseys, this time adding serifs, colouring it gold and setting it against a black background.
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