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KALAMAZOO WINGS CHANGE NAME, LOGO
Published May 18, 1995
The IHL Kalamazoo Wings announced this week that they have changed their name and logo. The change to the "Michigan K- Wings" is an effort to expand the team's regional reach. The new logo contains the same "winged K" as in the last one, but it is now slanted and has the word "Wings" running through it. The color scheme will remain green, black, white and gold, but the "winged K" will now have a center field of white with black and gold trim, with "Wings" colored green with black and white trim (Wings).