In 2006, the no-longer Disney-owned Mighty Ducks of Anaheim underwent a complete rebranding, changing their name, their purple-primary uniforms, and most crucially, dropping the duckbilled Jacques-Plante-Mk. 2 mask logo. In exchange, they unveiled the “D-foot,” which has now been the team’s identity nearly as long as its cartoonish predecessor lasted. It’s a fine enough logo, but only emerged after the design team rejected a whole bunch of mean ducks.
Texas high school basketball team displays incredible sportsmanship