A new look for the Pittsburgh Penguins will feature a new look, a new logo, and a new uniform.
The Pittsburgh Penguins, the NHL’s top franchise, is coming out of a four-year playoff drought with the new logo.
The new look will go into effect at the start of next season, and the uniforms will be unveiled in the coming weeks.
New uniforms and new look The team announced the new look in a press release Monday.
“We are pleased to finally be able to showcase a new, new look to our team, and to the Pittsburgh community,” said Pittsburgh Penguins owner Jim Rutherford.
“Our current look is a reminder of the greatness of the Penguins and our heritage, but we know that fans will look forward to a new and more modern look.”
Rutherford says the new uniforms will go on sale for the first time during the 2015-16 season.
It is the first NHL team to wear a new uniforms since the Philadelphia Flyers wore a new design in 2013-14.
Fans can purchase the uniforms from a variety of retailers, including Adidas, Converse, Reebok, and Nike.
Here is the new Pittsburgh Penguins’ new look:The new logo will be used throughout the Penguins’ jerseys and uniform collections, with the only changes coming in the sleeves.
Head coach Mike Johnston will wear a gray sweater with the Penguins logo on the front and a gray shoulder patch on the back.