The start of the 1992-93 season saw the two-time defending Stanley Cup Champions in brand new uniforms.
Under the ownership of Howard Baldwin, artist Gary Adams (of Vance, Wright and Adams) who designed two new jerseys to replace the skating penguin logo.
The road jersey was a takeoff of the team’s original, expansion era diagonal PITTSBURGH on the front and the new logo on the shoulders and did not have the 100th Cup patch.
CCM made the jerseys from 1992-96. Starter later produced them jerseys, first in a mesh style, in 1995-96.
This style was last worn in 1997-98.