Why Neo-Nazis are Using the Detroit Red Wings Logo, Explained

Why Neo-Nazis are Using the Detroit Red Wings Logo, Explained

Protestors at a widespread neo-Nazi and far-right rally on Saturday decided the best form of branding for their cause was a modified version of the Detroit Red Wings logo, the long-running professional hockey team. Needless to say, the Red Wings, a professional hockey team with no ties to the legacy of Adolf Hitler, are not pleased with strange, racist nerds using their logo. The Red Wings issued a formal statement on Saturday, vehemently disavowing any use of their logo an condemning the event, called “Unite the Right,” which brought together several far-right, alt-right, and neo-Nazi groups in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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