By: Ari McCormack
1974 - Present
They don't really win a lot and the logo has been changed a lot.
The Chicago bears got their name in the 1921 season. The Chicago Staleys finished first in the league and captured their first league championship. In 1922, Halas changed the team name to the bears to reflect baseball's Chicago Cubs, the team's host at Wrigley Field.
Halas liked the bright orange and blue colors of his alma mater, the University of Illinois, and the bears adopted those colors as their own.
I think the Chicago Bears changed their logo so much because they wanted it to be more liked. Maybe so people can recognize it better as well.
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I have never really heard of them so they aren't that popular around here.
The Idaho Stampede got their name from the location that they are in.
Their colors are red, black, silver, and white.
The Idaho Stampede didn't change their logo drastically, they just changed the color and the font of the text. I think that was a good idea since they have a good logo but now more people can notice it.
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Tampa Bay Lightning
I don't really know this team but they changed their logo a lot so they probably wanted to be more recognizable.
Shortly before the franchise was awarded in 1990, team management was meeting during a thunderstorm and saw bolt of lightning.
One color, Tampa Bay Blue, was retained to honor the past and represent leadership’s commitment to the area. In order to create a more uplifting overall presentation – bright, wide white stripes replace the silver and black, providing a brighter presentation of the Tampa Bay brand.
They changed their logo so that people would know what it meant even though the name isn't on it. Maybe also to make it more likable to people.
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