Hidden Meanings in OHC Logo
Between the frosted snowflake tips and beaming sun rays, there is far more to Orlando Hockey Center logo than meets the eye
While the Orlando Solar Bears will soon break ground on the 125,000 square-foot hockey facility in West Orange County, construction of the community's logo just wrapped.
Design firm Joe Bosack & Co, also the creator of the Orlando Solar Bears logos, captured the spirit of Central Florida hockey in this colorful logo, peppered with an array of subtle details. The seven points of the snowflake are made up of hockey stick blades and represent the maximum number of games that can be played in the Stanley Cup Final (since 1939). The nine points in the sun mirror the number in the Solar Bears logo, as does the hockey stick pointing up in celebration. The logo incorporates many of the same brand colors as the Orlando Solar Bears.
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