The Edmonton Oilers began play as a charter team of the World Hockey Association, spending their first season (1972–73) as the Alberta Oilers; the team split their time between Calgary and Edmonton in that season before being based in Edmonton only full-time for their second season (1973-74). When that league merged with the National Hockey League in 1979, the Oilers moved to the NHL. This logo has been the only one used by their team, undergoing only minor design and colour changes along the way.
From the 2011-12 season, the team made the 1972 logo their primary one and used the 1996 primary as an alternate logo.
The team changed its colors to a darker shade of blue and a brighter shade of orange. The logo was updated on June 20, 2017 during the reveal of the new NHL Adidas jerseys.
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