Inspired by the runaway hit movie about a kid's hockey team, utilizing a color scheme of eggplant and jade, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim made a big splash when they joined the NHL as an expansion team for the 1993-1994 season. The Mighty Ducks logo featured a goalie mask customized for a duck, bill and all, on a black circle, jade triangle, and two crossed hockey sticks. The striping consisted of a large diagonal field in jade extending from the bottom hip to the right underarm. In 1995-1996 the team added a shoulder patch with a head-on view of their duck-billed goalie mask with the team name around it in a circle. The Mighty Ducks wore these uniforms for 13 seasons, taking them to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final in 2003 before the team dropped the 'Mighty' from the name and did a complete re-design of the entire identity of the team for the 2006-2007 season, just in time for them to win the Stanley Cup. The logo from this set has returned in recent years, worn as a throwback uniform during the Ducks' 20th anniversary season as well as being featured on the front of their alternate uniform from 2015-2017. It's still present in their current uniforms, seen on their shoulder patch now inside an oval re-colored in black, orange, and bronze.