The 1973-74 season was the first full season the NHL started using the darker color for “road” or away teams.
The familiar skating penguin penguin had a slightly longer beak with the the top portion being much larger than the bottom and the golden triangle was slightly off-center.
The tie-down jerseys were all knit and were manufactured by Wilson Sports.
Player’s names were added to the back of jerseys for nationally televised games.
At the start of the 1974-75 season the Penguins jersey no longer had the tie-down lace on the collar.
The logo was basically the same as the previous years.
The jerseys had Rawlings tags in the hem, not the collar.
Player’s nameplates were standard for all games.