“The City of Thorold, as represented by Council, shares the belief that the logo is discriminatory in nature,” Luciani wrote to Junior B owners Ralph Sacco and Tony Gigliotti and president of the TAAA Gene Citrigno.
Junior team ordered by city to change 'discriminatory' Blackhawks logo https://t.co/CAAHFtt4x2 pic.twitter.com/h5wpAgfzhc— The Hockey News (@TheHockeyNews) August 24, 2016
“Every kid that plays, of the 400 kids we have, has a jacket, has a toque, has a track suit, warm-up gear, pants, helmets, all that stuff,” Citrigno told The Standard. “The logo’s on everything. It’s not just hockey jerseys that have to be changed, it’s the whole brand.”
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