Carolina Hurricanes

When the team became the Carolina Hurricanes, it changed its colors to red, black and silver. The team's crest is a modification of the international hurricane symbol. Their alternate logo features a hockey stick waving a hurricane flag (actual hurricane flags that are flown on beaches have two flags -- one on top of the other).

A black outline was added to the player's names starting with the 2000-01 season.

The team carried over its existing design to the new Reebok Edge uniform system, adding piping around the shoulder yoke.

In 2008, an alternate uniform is introduced for the first time in franchise history, including its Hartford days. In sharp contrast to their regular home uniforms, their alternates are black from head to toe.

On June 4, 2013, the Hurricanes unveiled a new uniform that features different striping patterns on the home and away jerseys. The alternate home jersey from the previous set is retained.

The Hurricanes redesigned their home uniforms for the new Adidas Adizero system, reincorporating black and restoring the warning flag design in the tail stripe. Interestingly, they leave the road uniform largely untouched.

In creating their new alternate uniform, the Hurricanes correct a long-standing error in their alternate logo. Their original alternate logo featured only one flag, which signifies a tropical storm and not a hurricane. Their new alternate logo fixes that. Also, if you look very carefully, between the two flags is the outline of the state of North Carolina. Clever, I must say!