Wolf Pack release a 15th anniversary logo

The North Vancouver Wolf Pack announced today that the club will commemorate its upcoming 15th season in the Pacific Junior Hockey League with a new 15th anniversary logo. The logo will serve as an alternate logo and be used for various purposes during the upcoming season. 


The Wolf Pack began in Squamish before moving to North Vancouver in 2011. This commemorative logo is inspired by the journey that the team took when moving to North Vancouver and the trek that many current players and staff continue to take on a regular basis.


The logo showcases the Pacific Ocean at the bottom, followed by the Sea to Sky Highway with trees of various sizes lining the roads. Displayed above the highway are the prestigious mountains that are showcased and enjoyed from these roads. Shown atop of the mountains are 14 stars signifying the number of years that the team has existed for. A wolf can also be seen howling at the moon which has the team logo located in it. The logo is completed with a thick outline in the team’s colours.


“We’re incredibly proud to celebrate 15 years in the PJHL as an organization,” said Giancarlo Nadeau the Director of Media and Marketing for the Wolf Pack. “The new logo will help us recognize our history of success, and we can’t wait for our fans to join us for what will be a 15th anniversary season to remember!”


The Wolf Pack has established a winning tradition in their 14 years in the PJHL. Since the club’s inception, the North Vancouver Wolf Pack have become one of the premier Junior B hockey programs in the province. Winning two Pacific Junior Hockey League Championships, earning Bronze in the Cyclone Taylor Cup tournament, and finishing their 2019-2020 season with 40 of a possible 44 wins, a feat that has never been accomplished before.


Be a part of the team’s 15th anniversary season! Join the team at our games and help celebrate 15 years of history in the PJHL.


More details about the team’s 15th anniversary season will be released in the following weeks.