If you could jam the spirit of the 1990s into one logo, Rowdy River Frog of the Louisville RiverFrogs might be the perfect example. Funky fonts, odd colors, and one interesting frog make for a truly 90s minor league hockey logo. WLKY puts it best by calling it "kitschy" and the mascot an "alarming large lime green frog". You do need to check out this video for a maximum 1990s experience, which also shows that the oddball font even made its way onto the jersey nameplates.
The RiverFrogs spent three seasons playing in the Derby City, from 1995-98, at Broadbent Arena. They were known for all kinds of attractions at the games, including having hot tubs in the arena. They were popular enough, but that didn't keep them in town long. After three seasons, the team was sold to a group that moved them to Miami to become the even shorter lived Matadors, who would move to Cincinnati.