LA Kings and Anaheim Ducks will have new jerseys and primary logos next season

Los Angeles and Anaheim Ducks logos.
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The Los Angeles Kings and the Anaheim Ducks are set to have new jerseys and primary logos next season.

A new report revealed that Fanatics, the brand hired by the NHL to produce their jerseys for the 2024-25 season, has rebranded the Kings and Ducks logos. The NHL should unveil the new designs during the upcoming draft in Las Vegas.

“Getting more updates since posting the new #JerseyWatch video yesterday.

I can now confirm #GoKingsGo and #FlyTogether will have new uniforms AND new primary logos next season!

Rebrand bonanza coming to SoCal this summer. Both should be out by the #NHLDraft.”

Later, more details were revealed about the designs. It is believed that the Ducks will modernize the old Mighty Ducks logo, whereas the Kings will do the same with the Gretzky-era logo:

“I got a look at both logos and can say this:

馃煚 #FlyTogether is a modernized version of the Mighty Ducks logo in orange, black, and gold.

鈿笍 #GoKingsGo is a modernized version of the Gretzky-era logo in black and silver with a new crown design inside.

Haven’t seen jerseys yet.”

Both teams surely hope that new logos and uniforms will help fans forget their tough seasons. While the Kings managed to reach the playoffs, they were no match for the Oilers. As for the Ducks, they finished at the 7th rank of their division.

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