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National Emblem NHL Boston Bruins Bear Logo Patch. $13.00 $ 13. This look is additionally enhanced by the used of a serifed typeface for the B, a first for the Spoked-B series of logos.Utilised as a shoulder patch, this terrifying, weirdly stripey bruin was clearly created the night before it was due by someone with no sense of proportion and only the vaguest idea of what bears look like, before being coloured in by a six-year-old who likes tigers.
Meanwhile, the logo-less wonders persisted for five more campaigns, bringing their tenure to 12 full seasons.As artistically problematic as it may be, this is pretty much everything one could ever hope for in a logo for a team called the Bruins. Backed by black, the logo had a golden border and B, with black spokes.
Said wordmarks even seem to match the B in the team’s main primary logo.I’ve often said that perhaps the greatest sin a sporting organisation can commit, aesthetics-wise at least, is having a boring, uninspiring logo or jersey. Second, the word “Bruins” seems alliterative with “Boston.” Also, the bear perfectly fits the already determined brown color scheme.
This jersey was later adopted as Boston’s full-time alternate.Yes, the bear still has three legs, and yes, on the home and away jerseys, this crest ruins the cleanliness of the shoulder yokes, but you can’t have everything.I would like to see Boston get back to the clean and crisp, yet aggressive and no-nonsense setup they had prior to fiddling with the Spoked-B centrepiece.Like a lot of Bruins organizational decisions of recent years, they’ve had a good thing going, but have not appreciated it. 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.
Still a relatively simple design, to be sure. And placed on gold, the logo outline and spokes were black, while the B was golden.Whatever the case, the Spoked-B is now etched into hockey lore as the definitive logo of the Boston Bruins.Mercifully, the Bruins did away with Pooh Bear following 2005-06, and revamped their threads entirely a year later, including tweaking the Spoked-B once more.A new third jersey is expected to replace the Winter Classic jersey this season as the Bruins’ official third alternate uniform and it’s expected to also be a throwback uniform of sorts.The Bruins slapped a shoulder patch on their Reebok Edge home and away jerseys, spoiling an otherwise lovely uniform. Chris Wagner helped Harpoon make a Bruins-themed beer The beer, called Don't Poke the Bear, will be available beginning mid-February. Officially Licensed NHL "Score" Woven Jacquard Baby Throw Blanket, Multi Color, 36" x 46" 4.7 out of 5 stars 76. 2007-now. A virtual museum of sports logos, uniforms and historical items.