Ottawa Senators


The Senators carried over their trademark barber pole uniforms when they joined the newly-formed National Hockey League in 1917.

To celebrate their title from the previous season, the Senators took to the ice in 1921 wearing jerseys with a crest signifying their championship.

1922-23, 1924-27
The Senators made a slight change to their barber pole pattern.

The Senators introduced another world championship patch for their uniforms following another title.

The Senators make a slight change in their striping pattern and wear yet another patch to celebrate their Stanley Cup championship -- the last one in franchise history.

The championship patch is removed.

1929-30, 1932-34
The Senators finally introduce a crest for their jerseys -- a black "O" trimmed in white and red.

A slight change is made for the 1930-31 season. They'd go back to their previous uniforms when the team returned in 1932 following a one-year hiatus.