Columbus Blue Jackets


2000-01
For the Blue Jackets' first three seasons, their secondary logo was a lime green hornet named Stinger. That alternate logo was worn on the shoulders and on the pants.


2001-03
The numbers become more narrow and the names on the back shrink slightly.


2003-07
The Blue Jackets introduce an alternate jersey with a new crest that features Ohio's state flag wrapping around a star. Also, Stinger is retired.


2007-10
The alternate crest becomes the team's primary logo when the Reebok Edge uniform system takes over.


2010-15
The Blue Jackets unveil a new alternate uniform, featuring the NHL's newest fad -- inscriptions on the inside of the rear collar. This one reads, "We fight, we march!" That was the team's motto during its initial playoff run in 2009. For the 2010-11 season only, there was a tribute on the outside of the rear collar to the team's late owner, John H. McConnell.


2015-present
The Blue Jackets replace their shoulder patches with a scaled-down, re-colored version of their alternate uniform crest.