The Oilers’ logo hasn’t changed much at all in their over 40-year history. Most of the variations have been color changes. The original layout has not deviated.
2017 - Present
The Oilers changed their team colors again and have a darker shade of blue and a brighter shade of orange. The Oilers color wordmark “OILERS” is in blue, as well as the encompassing blue ring. The oil drop is orange in the top center.
2012 - 2017
The latest version of the Edmonton Oilers has the color wordmark “OILERS” going back to a lighter shade of blue, as well as the encompassing blue ring. The orange circle has been removed from the previous logo. The oil drop is again back to orange from copper.
1997 - 2011
Edmonton’s royal blue text and orange oil drop were darkened to a navy blue and copper, but the logo itself didn’t change. An orange circle was added around the blue outline.
1987 - 1996
Again the Oilers logo made only color changes. The blue was made lighter and the orange oil drop is now lighter as well.
1980 - 1986
In 1980 the Oilers made color changes to the logo. The logo stayed the same only a darker blue and a darker orange oil drop.
1973 - 1979
The original Oilers logo is a royal blue and white oval with “OILERS” written inside and an orange oil drop above in the center.
The Oilers wordmark “OILERS” is blue, as well as the encompassing ring. The oil drop is orange.