Can I use NHL logos?

Can I use NHL logos?

In order to use the league’s official logos on products, companies must seek and receive approval through a licensing agreement with the league’s marketing division, NHL Enterprises. Replica uniforms that bear the name of an NHL player must also have approval from the league’s players’ association.

Can I use NHL logos on my website?

From time to time, receives requests for permission to use NHL logos for personal reasons on the Internet or in various other materials. does not have the authority to grant these permissions.

What is the NHL brand?

The NHL officially transitioned from Reebok to adidas on Tuesday which means every team just got an updated look.

What companies sponsor the NHL?


  • Sonnet.
  • Rogers.
  • Kraft Heinz.
  • Enterprise.
  • Great Clips.
  • Budweiser.
  • Pepsi.
  • Norqain.

Is NHL a trademark?

The league was comprised of only six teams until 1967, and over the past 50 years has seen enormous growth, with a 32nd team approved to join the league in 2021. The league filed its first trademark in 1968, for the black and white shield logo, right as the league started to grow.

Are NHL games copyrighted?

Any and all copyrights, proprietary interests and other incidents of ownership in and to NHL games and accounts and descriptions of NHL games shall remain vested in the NHL, NHL Enterprises, L.P. or designated assignees or licensees.

Does Bauer own CCM?

In 2017 alone, Bauer and Easton were bought out of the bankruptcy of their parent company, and CCM — which was founded in 1899 — was sold by adidas for $110 million, 13 years after current adidas subsidiary Reebok bought the Canadian company for nearly $400 million.

What brand makes NHL jerseys?

– The NHL has announced it has a seven-year deal with Adidas to produce its uniforms beginning with the 2017-’18 season. Adidas replaces Reebok, which had previously made the NHL’s sweaters.

Who is the official sponsor of NHL jerseys?

What companies brands do you most closely associated with National Hockey League NHL as sponsors?


Sports Organization Official Sponsor of the Sports Organization for 2015 Actual Brands Featured in Advertisements Between 2006 and 2016
NHL PepsiCo Lay’s
McDonald’s Gatorade
Kellogg Company McDonald’s
The Hershey Company Tim Horton’s

Is the Stanley Cup trademarked?

The NHL has registered trademarks associated with the name and likeness of the Stanley Cup, although there has been dispute as to whether the league has the right to own trademarks associated with a trophy that it does not own.

Can you post NHL videos on youtube?

Motion pictures or video of NHL games may not be posted or transmitted online without the express written permission of the NHL. The NHL’s policy is to discuss limited online uses of motion pictures or video on a case by case basis.

Does the NHL have a licensing program for its products?

The NHL is open to new product categories as it evaluates licensing requests, but it does have a list of products that have included the league’s name and logos in the past.

What can I use the NHL logo on my product?

Those product types include clothing, electronic equipment, novelties, hats, furniture, sports equipment, published works, toys, as well as trading cards and other collectible items. The NHL requires some specific information from companies seeking to use its name and logo under license.

What is this directory of licensed sports products companies?

This is a highly searchable directory of licensed sports products companies in North America, companies that have been licensed by various sports leagues (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, NCAA, MLS, Nascar, NFLPA, MLBPA, NHLPA and others). There is nothing on the internet that comes close to this resource. And I update the database weekly, sometimes daily.

Who is eligible for NHLPA group licensing?

A player becomes eligible for inclusion in the NHLPA group licensing program when he skates in his first regular season or playoff game. Players selected in the entry draft who have not played, and retired NHL players are not represented by the NHLPA in group licensing.