Funny thing is, I hated Redwolves for months - but having heard so many goofier options supposedly under consideration since then, I could probably live with it at this point. I say don't over-think it. Wolves are ferocious, could have a badass logo, it's alliterative, and if you still want to howl, knock yourself out. And it doesn't sound like something you pulled up on your PokedexI guess RedWolves.
Although I thought about. The Irrelevants.
Not sure T-rex's or Brachiosaurs has the same ring as Raptors - plus that was just great timing by Toronto with the popularity of the first JP movie.I'm surprised there aren't more dinosaur-related sports team names tbh.
Lol... you may have a point dino-wiseNot sure T-rex's or Brachiosaurs has the same ring as Raptors - plus that was just great timing by Toronto with the popularity of the first JP movie.
Pterodactyls?? A bit much to spell
I remain fine with WFT - I also went with Warthogs, I do like ST's Juggernauts suggestion as well
First, and I'll cut to the chase here, we can confirm that, after careful consideration, our team name will not be Wolves or RedWolves. One of the most awesome and powerful aspects of this process has been getting to hear and understand your preferences directly, and we know that many of you loved one or both of these names. And because of that, we want to share some context behind our decision not to move forward with these names. You all deserve nothing less.
Early on we understood Wolves -- or some variation of it -- was one of our fan favorites. As I've said all along, we take feedback from our fans seriously, and because of your interest in this name, we put Wolves on a list of options to explore fully. Once we began looking into Wolves, however, we became aware of a notable challenge: trademarks held by other teams would limit our ability to make the name our own. And without Wolves, variations like RedWolves wouldn't have been viable either for these and other reasons.