Mississauga Steelheads Unveil New Logo

Written By:  •  Tuesday, May 29, 2012

 

The Ontario Hockey League’s newest team, the Mississauga Steelheads, unveiled their new logo today via their official website.

The Steelheads, who up until earlier this week were known as the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors, recently renamed themselves due to the terms of sale from Eugene Melnyk to Landmark Sport Group, Inc.

The logo features a steelhead trout, a type of fish commonly found in Mississauga’s Credit River, in blue and silver above the team script.  Naturally the team script features a maple leaf in it, you know, just because.

You can already find the new Mississauga Steelheads logo in the SportsLogos.Net database.

Uniforms and merchandise will be unveiled/available at a later date.

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  • Mark Paxson

    Meh… Seems like your typcial run-of-the mill CHL logo – cartoon-y graphic above city/team name. I see the obligatory Canadian Maple Leaf fad hasn’t died yet either.

  • KMC

    I like a good fish logo. This one’s got some nice features. I dont see a problem with putting a maple leaf on there. Doesn’t bother me either way.

  • Aaron

    This logo is really cool. If you add gold to it, you might see a bit of the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye. This team got it right.

  • Andrew

    Ehh, not a fan of the whole “stick a maple leaf in it and call it Canadian/unique.

  • ingmar66

    Like others mentioned before, this logo needs an extra color, like gold or bright green. Or Trout Pink. The logo overall is allright but our lietuhl furrand za fysj (pronounced in the old school Cousteau way) seems to be shocked by something. Come to think of it, give the fish a red hat and a speedo.