Phoenix Coyotes Logo

Primary Logo (1996/97-1998/99)

What is the Phoenix Coyotes Logo?

Known as the Kachina Coyotes logo, the Phoenix Coyotes used this logo from their first season in Arizona in 1996-97 through 2002-03. It shows a coyote in the style of a kachina doll, wearing half a mask, holding a hockey stick, and a crescent moon on its chest. This version of the logo, shown here with the coyote placed above the team's name, was replaced for the 1999-2000 NHL season with a similar version without the name.


Campbell Fisher Ditko

Unveiled on Monday, April 8, 1996
Image last updated on Friday, August 29, 2014

Notable Players of this era:

Shane Doan, Mike Gartner

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