NORFOLK, VA — The Norfolk Admirals announced this week that the team intends to unveil a new logo and uniform for the 2017-18 season.

In a press release made available by the team, the team states that it will wear its battleship logo for the final time on Saturday, April 8. The release also states that a new logo and uniform will be introduced next season.

The logo dates back to the 2004-05 season, when the team was still an AHL team.

The team has also announced that the white (home) jerseys will be auctioned off through the DASH auction app, which will be worn during the final game on Saturday.

The team will also be auctioning off the team’s locker room mat and the final game used puck with the battleship logo at a later date.

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  1. The “new” logo is an absolute disgrace. They decide the logo we won a Calder Cup with and *actually* represented Norfolk with the Wisconsin isn’t good enough, so to usher us into a new age what do they do? Bring back the original disgusting anchor and star logo. I hate that logo and hate the management. Best of luck jacking up prices on a team that was absolutely worthless last year, with the among the lowest attendance in the entire ECHL, a league that may as well be a college hockey league. The logo is bad and they should FEEL bad.


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