After moving to Calgary from Atlanta in 1980, the Flames decided to keep using the name in their new home, now as an homage to the province's oil industry. They also preserved the colors and uniforms, retaining the red jersey with gold and white stripes at the waist and on the sleeves. The only change was to the logo, with a flaming 'C' replacing the 'A' with two flames up the middle. The Flames wore the uniform until the end of the 1994-1995 season, taking it with them to a Stanley Cup Final in 1986 before raising Lord Stanley's prize in 1989. In 2009-2010 the Flames brought the classic look back as an alternate uniform, worn several times a year until the end of the 2016-2017 season.