The Seattle Kraken Name and Mass Emblem Revealed

NHL Seattle has officially announced its local franchise name: The team will be named the Seattle Kraken.

Team leaders announced this announcement on Thursday in the newly named Climate Center at the Seattle Center, where Kraken will start playing in the fall of 2021. In addition to announcing the team name, the leaders also revealed the Kraken logo and colors.

Kraken is a type of legendary sea monster that has destroyed ships and has been a staple in books and movies for decades. The name and logo were revealed more than 19 months after the NHL voted to give Seattle thirty-second in the league.

"Kraken is awesome," said Steve Patrick, a musician for Young Rising Suns and Camden Welles, the grandson of legend Lester Patrick, who co-founded the Seattle Metropolitan more than 100 years ago.

Lester Patrick's photo was included in the video used on Thursday to reveal the Kraken name and logo. He was wearing the Metropolitan Shirt, the first American team to win the Stanley Cup.

Patrick said, in an interview on FaceTime from Brooklyn, New York, "I was watching the video and suddenly I saw Lister suddenly, and I was thinking," I'll get to know this face anywhere. "So it was a wonderful moment."

He said he liked the way the new team managed to capture the flavor of the old team.

"It's really cool (and) he's kinda crazy over there," he said. "And I think the way they attracted the original brand" Metropolitan "over there (for) the brand is really cool. It's really cool. It's a really elegant look."

"S" is the main focal point for the jackets that players will wear when the scepter falls into the Climate Pledge Arena next year.

Others expressed different opinions about the team's name and logo.

"It is like this for Seattle," John Ellie said. "Misunderstanding (and) is not appropriate for the league." "He does his own thing. I think they did what they wanted to do."

"It will bring more tourism and more money to the region," said Eric Ripari.

"I think it adds a lot to the fabric of the city," said Mark Burns. "And I'm really, from this point of view, excited about that."

Patrick comes from a large hockey family. Since his uncle is the current captain of the Washington Capital team, he said he is a hockey team forced to support him.

But he said that the Seattle Kraken would definitely be his Western team.

Patrick said I have visited Seattle many times and the people there were enthusiastic about everything. They are great sports fans. It's really cool and unique. I think hockey will do well there. "

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