In October 1992, Walt Disney Pictures released a movie named The Mighty Ducks. It created a nationwide buzz around hockey—especially among younger athletes—and served as inspiration for the name of the Walt Disney Company’s new NHL team. The Mighty Ducks of Anaheim debuted in 1993, and their duck-head-shaped hockey mask quickly swept across the country as one of the most popular logos in sports. Eventually, an ownership change in 2005 led to the franchise’s re-branding as the sleeker, more grown-up Anaheim Ducks. Whether it was the new uniforms or the fact that Ducks players finally began wearing gloves instead of giant wings, the team experienced immediate success under that new moniker: they won their first Stanley Cup during the 2006-07 season.
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