|Port Huron Fighting Falcons
||Port Huron, Michigan
||Blue, Black, and Yellow
||Hat Trick Hockey, LLC
||Port Huron Fighting Falcons
The Port Huron Fighting Falcons are a Junior A Tier II ice hockey team based out of Port Huron, Michigan began play in 2010-11. A member of the North American Hockey League's North Division, the team plays their home games in the McMorran Arena. On July 10, 2010 the team announced its name as the Fighting Falcons. Despite losing their first 15 games, they won 4-1 against the Springfield Jr. Blues on November 7 landing the team's first victory in history.
||did not qualify
||lost in Round Robin
||lost in 2nd round
Uniforms and logos
The team's colors are light blue, black and yellow.
Home jerseys will feature the main Fighting Falcons logo with an alternate Falcon Head logo appearing on the road jerseys.
Shoulder patches on both home and away uniforms will feature a cicular logo with the Blue Water Bridge, that spans the St. Clair River separating Port Huron, Michigan and Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
Original Logo Controversy
Released on July 10, 2010, the Fighting Falcons first logo had a strong resemblance to a logo created by Mike Ivall of Ivall Design.
On July 15, 2010, the Fighting Falcons announced the team will create new logo to avoid any problems relating to any similarities with Mike Ivall's concept art after Ivall had contacted the team and noted similarities.
Mr. Ivall's 2008 logo (Left) and Mr. Smith's 2010 "original" logo (Right)