An elephant, a tattoo and a couple of tattoos in the shape of a tiger are just a few of the animal themed tattoos that have become popular in the past two years.
The Edmonton Oilers and the New York Rangers have also had the theme of a bear.
According to the Edmonton Journal, there were more than 100 elephant-themed tattoos in Edmonton during the 2017-18 season.
There were several other animal-themed and animal-related tattoos for the Oilers, but not all were in the same order.
The Oilers made their name with some of the best-known animals, including polar bears, wolves, bears and more, in the franchise’s iconic black and gold.
But in recent years, the Oilers have had to change the direction of their franchise and move away from their signature blue and gold colour scheme, which is seen as an iconic part of the franchise.
The team, which played in the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 1993, will look to change that with a new logo.
The new logo will incorporate a black outline around the elephant.
“It’s really a reflection of the way we want to run the organization,” Oilers owner Daryl Katz told the Edmonton Sun.
“It reflects what our fans want to see and how we want them to be heard.”
The Oilers also announced they will be opening up the team’s training facilities to the public in an attempt to create more camaraderie amongst the players.