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1967-1968 1968-1972 1972-1992 1992-2002 2000-2016 2016-present
1967-1968 1968-1972 1972-1992 1992-2002 2000-2016 2016-present

1967-1968

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Every Penguins logo has included a gold triangle in some form or another since their inception. This is thought to be a reference to the Golden Triangle, a nickname for downtown Pittsburgh. This logo was also worn during the 2011 NHL Winter Classic.

1968-1972

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1972-1992

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NOTE: In January 1980, the team changed their team colors from navy (dark) and collegiate (light) blue to black and yellow, matching the color schemes of Pittsburgh's other two sports teams, the Steelers and Pirates.

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1992-2002

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This logo was designed by Vance Wright Adams and Associates after the team won two consecutive Stanley Cups.

2000-2016

Pittsburgh Penguins logo.svg

The 2000 alternate became the primary logo in 2002, albeit in the "Vegas Gold" hue.

2016-present

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The yellow-ish "athletic gold" returned completely in 2016.

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