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8. Arizona Sting (2004-2007)

While the Arizona Sting were only in the NLL for four seasons, they made the championship twice during that period. Maybe it’s because I was an impressionable middle schooler at the time, but this is one of the logos that I always think of when I reminisce about my earlier fandom. I always thought an underrated aspect of the Sting was their adoption of the same color scheme as the Arizona Coyotes when they rebranded in 2003/2004. Definitely liked this one more when I was younger, but certainly deserves a spot on the list.

Adam Moore is a Delco native, co-founder/host of Pro Lacrosse Talk and managing editor of Lacrosse Playground. He also has a passion for sports history and serves as Lacrosse Playground's creative director. Adam has been writing on lacrosse for more than a decade and has been published online with The Capital Gazette and US Lacrosse Magazine. Adam played four years of college lacrosse as a goaltender for Elizabethtown College. When he’s not covering pro lacrosse, he can be found coaching at Boys’ Latin School in Baltimore and watching Philadelphia sports.

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