Pittsburgh Hornets Uniform History

Pittsburgh Hornets Uniform History

 

The Evolution of the Pittsburgh Hornets Uniform

This section will show you the variations in the Pittsburgh Hornets jerseys from the team’s inception in 1936-37 until the franchise disbanded after the team won their third, and final Calder Cup Championship on April 30, 1967.

The Hornets primarily wore a red-and-white scheme, a few seasons in black-and-gold and a few seasons wearing powder blue  jerseys in the early sixties.

Use the timeline at the top of the page to see the evolution, click the LEARN MORE link in each window to get more details on the jersey.  To return to this page simply click the thread near the top of the page.

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The image at left shows Ray (7) and Gord (14) Hanningan from the 1951-52 season, the first year the Hornets won the American Hockey League’s Calder Cup Championship.