A little history here ... The logos shown were former NHL hockey and NBA basketball teams that either went belly up or moved to different cities.
The Buffalo Braves (NBA) moved to San Diego (1979) and became the Clippers and are now known as the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Cleveland Barons (NHL) merged with the former Minnesota North Stars in 1978 and are now the current team known as the Dallas Stars, which did win the Stanley Cup in 1998-99. Neither the Barons or North Stars ever won a Stanley Cup title.
The Oakland Seals (NHL) eventually became known as the California Golden Seals and later moved to Cleveland, where they were known as the Barons until they (see above) in the 1970's.
The Kansas City Scouts played in the NHL during the 1974-75 season (expansion team along with the Washington Capitals that year) and lasted just one season.
The Kansas City-Omaha Kings (NBA) moved to Sacramento in 1985 and are still there to this day.
The Atlanta Flames came into the NHL in 1972 (along with the New York Islanders) as expansion team and eventually moved to Calgary in 1980, where they still reside and did win the Stanley Cup in 1988-89 as the Calgary Flames, but never won a championship when they were in Atlanta.
|MINNESOTA NORTH STARS|
|OAKLAND SEALS/CALIFORNIA GOLDEN SEALS|
|KANSAS CITY SCOUTS|
|KANSAS CITY-OMAHA KINGS|