Wranglers unveil new logo

Las Vegas, Nev. – The Las Vegas Wranglers, 2012 Western Conference champions of the ECHL, unveiled today the team’s new logos in celebration of the upcoming 10th season of hockey in Las Vegas. The Wranglers’ website has also been revamped with the updated look, and redesigned uniforms will be unveiled in August.


The logo features a hockey-masked cowboy, keeping with the Wranglers’ tradition. The new crest design honors the city of Las Vegas with “LV” and “NV” lettering flanking the cowboy, and a red bling carries over from the design of the original Wranglers jerseys. A word mark version of the crest replaces the cowboy with two dice, each displaying five dots to signify the team’s 10th anniversary season in 2012-13.


“It’s a simple and bold new look to celebrate a terrific ten-year run in one of the greatest cities in the world,” said Wranglers president and COO Billy Johnson. “We have always striven to bring a major league caliber experience to Las Vegas through sights, sounds and entertainment, and the new branding is the next step up.”


A mobile version of the team’s website was also launched today, which will automatically redirect iPhone, Android and Blackberry users when browsing on the go. Found at m.lasvegaswranglers.com, the mobile site will provide all the same information as the website, including headlines, stats, a full schedule and more.