Eleven seasons after moving to the NHL from the World Hockey Association in 1979, the Winnipeg Jets decided on a whole new look for the 1990-1991 season. The Jets re-designed their logo, keeping the same parts but giving it a modern appearance by italicizing the team name and extending it beyond the circle. The uniforms were tweaked, with the large stripes going down each arm flipped onto their side and now wrapping around the sleeve at the elbow. A similar stripe also added to the waist and the pants were changed from blue to red. On the shoulder was a patch for 'Goals For Kids', the Jets charitable organization. The franchise kept this uniform until it relocated to Phoenix after the 1995-1996 season. A new Winnipeg Jets team joined the League in 2011-2012 and during one pre-game skate in 2015 the new Jets wore these jerseys as a tribute to the previous franchise.