Florida Panthers


1993-98
The Panthers take to the ice in 1993 wearing uniforms of red, white, navy blue and gold.


1998-2003
The names on the back become vertically arched, and a navy blue alternate jersey is introduced. On that jersey, the panther is breaking a stick in half.


2003-06
When the NHL changes to colored jerseys at home, the navy blue jersey becomes the regular home jersey, and the crests on the red and navy jerseys are flip-flopped.


2006-07
The names on the back are now straight across and are reduced in size.


2007-09
The uniforms undergo a subtle change when the Reebok Edge uniform system takes hold.


2009-11
The Panthers introduce a new alternate uniform, featuring a new trim color.


2011-12
The Panthers re-introduce red as their colored uniform, and the piping on both the home and away jerseys disappears.


2013-16
The alternate home jersey introduced three seasons prior is retired, much to the delight of Panthers management.


2016-present
The Panthers completely redesign their uniforms, featuring a logo inspired by the 101st Airborne Division of the U.S. Army. Panthers owner Vincent Viola, a graduate of West Point, was a member of the elite infantry division.