Pittsburgh Penguins


1967-68
The Penguins took to the ice in their inaugural season wearing powder blue jerseys with the word "Pittsburgh" across the front diagonally, in a manner identical to that of the New York Rangers.


1968-70
The Penguins changed their uniforms in their second year, introducing a crest featuring a skating penguin over a gold triangle.


1970-71
Names are added to the home jerseys.


1971-73
The skating penguin breaks away from the circle surrounding him.


1973-74
The powder blue becomes a couple shades darker.


1974-75
The crest grows in size, and the stripes on both jerseys change.


1975-76
The stripes on both jerseys change again.


1976-77
The stripes on the socks change to the way they were three seasons earlier.


1977-80
The Penguins change their uniforms, making navy blue the dominant color.


1980-81
The Penguins change their colors in the middle of the 1979-80 season to black and gold, matching those of Pittsburgh's other two professional sports teams -- the Steelers and Pirates, both of whom won world championships in 1979. The Bruins protested, to no avail.


1981-83
The Penguins introduce a gold jersey that they would occasionally wear at home.


1983-84
The Penguins wear gold exclusively at home for one season, putting their white jerseys on temporary hiatus.


1984-86
Just in time for Mario Lemieux's rookie season, the gold jerseys are worn during pre-season before being retired prior to the start of the regular season.


1986-87
The sleeve stripes straighten out, and the collar on the white jersey changes to black.


1987-88
The collar on the white jersey changes back to gold.


1988-92
The TV numbers are moved from the shoulders to the sleeves, and the gold helmet becomes white.


1992-95
After winning back to back Stanley Cup titles, the Penguins change their logo to "Robo-Penguin."


1995-97
The Penguins are one of the first teams to introduce an alternate jersey. Theirs features sleeves with different striping patterns.


1997-2000
The alternate jersey becomes the team's full-time road jersey.


2000-02
The Penguins introduce a new alternate jersey, welcoming back the skating penguin and introducing Vegas gold.


2002-07
The new alternate jersey becomes the basis of the team's new home and road jerseys.


2007-08, 2013-14
The stripes along the sides change when the Reebok Edge uniform system takes hold.


2008-11
The vintage uniform the Penguins wore in the Winter Classic the previous season becomes their new alternate uniform.


2011-13
I repeat -- the vintage uniform the Penguins wore in the Winter Classic the previous season becomes their new alternate uniform.


2014-16
If you've ever wondered what the Penguins' early 1990s uniforms would look like today if they had never changed them after winning back-to-back Stanley Cups, the answer is in their new alternate uniform.


2016-17
The Penguins' throwback alternates proved to be so popular that they brought back their white jersey from that same era and made both of them their new home and away jerseys.


2017-present
The Penguins retained their throwback design when the league moved to the Adidas Adizero uniform system.