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    Historical logos of Swiss teams

    Now I'm trying to reconstruct historical logos of Swiss teams.

    I found logos of HC La Chaux-de-Fonds from beginning of 70th. He was very similar Montreal Canadiens one. Colors I assumed of club colors of HCC blue-yellow / lightblue-yellow

    Chaux_de_Fonds_70_75.png

    From middle of 70th the became Montreal-like absolutely! But I don't know it's colors:

    Chaux_75_80.png

    And then, from beginning of 90th logo was changed to this:

    Chaux_de_Fonds_85_05.png

    Now logo is:
    Chaux-de-Fonds.png

    I can assume that logo was changed more then four times. Maybe anyone knows the history of HCC logos? And what was colors of second logo? And what was reasons to change logo?

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    History of EHC Biel-Bienne logos:

    At the beginnig of 1970th there were simple crossed axes (city of Biel coat of arms):
    EHC_Biel_1970_75.png

    From the middle of 70th a logo was added by border:
    Biel_Bienne_75.png

    Then (one-two years later) shield on background was added:
    Biel_Bienne_77-81.png

    This logo was actual till the middle of 80th. Then was new logo, but with the same coat of arms:
    EHC_Biel_1985_1.png

    I don't know changes of logo at the period 90th - beginning of 2000th, but current logo is:
    EHC-Biel-Logo-300x255.png

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    The team of Neuchâtel never was at the top, but I have a lot of questions on it. I cannot understand naming of team. At the Swiss newspapers of 70-th - 80th was names HC Neuchâtel and Neuchâtel-Sport both. At the web I found name Young Spriners Neuchâtel.

    Jersey logo of a team at the 70th repeated the coat of arms of Neuchâtel Commune:
    Neuchâtel-Commune.png

    This logo I found at the web:
    Young_Sprinters.png

    This logo I found at the newspapers. But I'm not sure that this one is hockey team logo (maybe - basketball)
    nuechatel-sport.jpg

    Can somebody help me to understand history of club names and club logos?

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    The official Name was from 1933 - 2008 Neuchâtel-Sports Young Sprinters HC, then Name change to Young Sprinters HC. Since 2013 the Club is new foundet as HC Young Sprinters. The Logo from Neuchatel Sports is Roller Hockey as far as I know.

    Here some other Logos from YS:

    http://www.hockeyarenas.net/index.ph...ung+sp&lang=en

    Young Sprinter was playing 21 Years in NLA between 1950 - 1967. In this time 4 x Runner Up and 3 x Cup Winner.

    Home Ice was Patinoire Monruz from 1932 - 1985

    http://www.hockeyarenas.net/index.ph...earch=young+sp

    The the new Arena was built in 1986

    http://www.hockeyarenas.net/index.ph...neuenb&apcID=9

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    Dan, thank you for detailed answer! There's a reconstruction of logo from your pages with bigger size and better quality:
    Neuchatel_Sport_HC.png

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    Dany, genlelmen, questionArosa 77-78.jpg
    Sierre 78-79.jpg
    There are 2 piture On both - there are players with cellurar pattern on jersey First - Arosa, second - Sierres. What could it mean?

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    On First piture its EHC Arosa vs HC La Chaux de Fonds, on the secons its Sierre vs SC Langnau. The Patten was the Sponsor "Placette - Manor " (Its the company Logo.) Fribourg was also playing with a Jumbo on the shirt because the Sonsor was "Jumbo"...

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    Dany, thank you! There are with "Placette - Manor" it' s easy
    Some questions on HC Ambrì-Piotta
    It's real, thant their logo wasnt simlar to the current
    For Bathgate, for example:Bartgate.jpg Some really readable letters: HC P (?)
    But the next logo looks more similar, but not the same....Ambri 77-78.jpg

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    I think it was HCAP on the Shirt. The Logo on the 2. Picture is one of the older Logos:

    http://www.hockeyarenas.net/index.ph...trSearch=ambri

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    On Friedli - yes, of course. But Bathgate's jersey look another, I think (((( But I Can be wrong Today l'll try HCAP variations of good qulality!

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    Dan, thank you for very interestning vintage arts!

    I tryed to assume old HCAP logo so:HCAP_old.png

    And letterings from Bathgate's jersey I saw such:lettering.png

    Any corrections are very interesting! ))))

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    Dan, by the way, is anywere exist a history of SC Bern logos? (I don't write on your pages)

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    I find a picture with nice old lettering of HC Lausanne:lettering.jpg (1972-73) Was it an officical one?

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    I have only this 15 SC Bern Logos on my Homepage. Maybe you found them.

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    Last edited by Dan; 21-01-2015 at 09:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    I have only this 15 SC Bern Logos on my Homepage. Maybe you found them.
    Yes, of course, I saw them. But not found this (1973-74)bern 73-74.jpg
    Bear is very similar, but without tongue

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    It will be too easy reconstruct it if you can assume colors

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    There was a tongue in red. Its a bad picture. Inside the ring its yellow. I have this shirt here at home. If you want i can make a picture.

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    Yes, make please a picture of logo ring!

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    Dan, have you also shirts with 'jolly bear' at your collection?
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    No :-( But you got Mail with the picture.

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    Dan, thank you! It will be very acurate old logo!

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    Dan, do you know logos where team was named Villars-Champéry HC (1966–1973)?

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    I can`t find :-(

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