JerseyWatch 2020

The 2020 edition of Icethetics’ annual JerseyWatch may have come a bit later than usual, but it’s packed with more exciting news than we’ve seen since the site launched in 2007. Read on to see why!

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The Fourth Jersey Program

Currently, 20 of 31 NHL teams employ a third jersey. The big headline for the 2020-21 season promises to be the introduction of a new series of alternate uniforms—what I’m calling the fourth jersey. Recent reports have suggested that teams will have special throwback jerseys next season.

Icethetics sources confirm this new program, describing them “throwbacks with a twist.” I’m told that what makes some of the sweaters even more interesting may be the individual match-ups, which will take place primarily in November and December.

Multiple Icethetics sources have now provided jersey descriptions that suggest the “twist” could be as simple as a color inversion (i.e.: a blue Canadiens sweater with a red chest stripe). Interestingly, a similar theme has been executed in a recent concept series by Matt Burke.

Not every team will add a fourth jersey, but many will. At this time, I don’t have a lot of information about this new set of sweaters. But my sense is it will dominate the NHL uniform conversation this summer.

Though I’m referring to it as a “fourth jersey” until something more official comes along, a team could still use one without necessarily having a designated third jersey.

The Missing Catalog

The annual debut of Icethetics JerseyWatch is usually set in motion by the release of the Adidas catalog in the winter. It’s meant to help retailers determine what new products to order. Printed copies are often photographed and find their way to me or another part of the web.

This year, that catalog apparently went digital and was only available for a limited window of time to specific users. That means our spies weren’t able to provide the usual sneak peek. So this year’s information comes from a variety of other trusted Icethetics sources and some speculation based on over a decade of experience.

Continue on for team-by-team JerseyWatch reports.

New Jersey Devils
Currently no expected changes to report.

Green fourth jersey reported

Possible An Icethetics source (without a previous track record) reported getting confirmation from a team executive that a green version of the Devils’ throwback jersey is in the works for 2020. This tracks with other reports of inverted color schemes.

updated
April 1, 2020
Vegas Golden Knights
Currently no expected changes to report.

Gold third jersey shifts to fall

Confirmed Golden Knights owner Bill Foley told The Athletic that a gold third jersey is on the way and targeted for a September launch. “We finally got the colors right,” he said. “The problem was trying to get a gold color that wasn’t yellow but was bright. So it wasn’t a recessive gold, and I think we finally did it. It just took forever.” source

updated
April 1, 2020
Colorado Avalanche
Currently no expected changes to report.

Celebrating a quarter century

Expected The Avalanche arrived in Denver in 1996, so I expect to see a 25th anniversary patch on the jerseys in 2020-21. (They previously used a 20th patch during 2015-16.)

updated
March 19, 2020
Columbus Blue Jackets
Currently no expected changes to report.

Two decades in Columbus

Expected As the Blue Jackets turn 20 this year, an anniversary logo and jersey patch are likely on the way for 2020-21.

updated
March 19, 2020
Minnesota Wild
Currently no expected changes to report.

Wild hosting Winter Classic

Expected Minnesota will host the 2021 Winter Classic which typically sees teams sporting throwback jerseys. Given that the team is the youngest ever to take part in the outdoor game, they don’t really have any “classic” sweaters of their own. That said, the State of Hockey certainly has a rich history from which to draw design inspiration. I can’t wait to see what they come up with.

As a side note, while it may be exciting to imagine a North Stars jersey, that particular franchise history still belongs to Dallas, lest we forget, so it might be strange to see another team wearing it. But you never know. The Jets are doing it.

The Adidas catalog had the Wild down for a new third jersey, but a recent report from Michael Russo at The Athletic suggests it may not be happening. Russo says the team had been looking at a new design but apparently TV testing did not go well. So it may be off the table for 2019-20.

Minnesota marks 20th year

Expected If all that excitement wasn’t enough by itself, it’s all happening during the Wild’s 20th anniversary season. I’d expect to see a patch on their uniforms in 2020-21 just as we did in 2010-11.

Other jersey possibilities

Last year, the Wild were slated for a new third jersey but Michael Russo of The Athletic reported the team wasn’t thrilled with the TV camera tests and scrapped it. source

Russo added that if the Wild got the Winter Classic, a new third jersey would likely wait until at least 2021-22. source

Moving forward however, under this new fourth jersey system, I wouldn’t be surprised to see teams recycling Winter Classic jerseys the following season going forward.

updated
March 19, 2020
San Jose Sharks
Currently no expected changes to report.

Sharks turning 30

Possible Keep an eye out for a 30th anniversary logo from San Jose. We haven’t seen a lot of 30-year logos from teams in recent years, but that tracks with the lack of NHL expansion in the mid to late 1980s. We could start to see more in coming seasons.

updated
March 19, 2020
Winnipeg Jets
Currently no expected changes to report.

Which throwback will be back?

Possible Like the Flames, the Jets now have dark and light versions of their heritage look thanks to the 2019 Heritage Classic. But unlike the Flames, neither is the designated third jersey. So which one will be back as a fourth jersey?

Ten years in Winnipeg

Confirmed In late January, the Jets unveiled their 10th anniversary logo. It’s not clear yet whether it will be used on the uniforms in 2020-21.

updated
March 19, 2020
Detroit Red Wings
Currently no expected changes to report.

Fresh from the 1930s

Expected An Icethetics source has reported the Red Wings will participate in the fourth jersey program using an all white jersey (without red sleeves) based on what the club wore from 1934 to 1961. This also sounds like a simple inversion of their modern red jersey.

updated
March 14, 2020
Edmonton Oilers
Currently no expected changes to report.

Fourth jersey with inverted colors

Expected An Icethetics source with a solid track record has reported the Oilers will have a white fourth jersey, similar to their current uniforms but with the blue and orange inverted. The source reports the look is “reminiscent of the original white jerseys from when the Oilers were in the WHA.”

updated
March 14, 2020
Montreal Canadiens
Currently no expected changes to report.

Blue fourth jersey coming

Expected The Canadiens will take part in the new fourth jersey program. An Icethetics source has reported a blue sweater is coming, but didn’t specify whether it would be an inverted version of their red sweater or something more similar to the 1909 throwback the team wore in 2009.

updated
March 14, 2020
Boston Bruins
Currently no expected changes to report.

Throwback jersey coming

Report The Bruins are one of the teams reportedly introducing a throwback as part of the new fourth jersey program. An Icethetics source has confirmed this. The 2019-20 black third jersey will also return.

updated
March 12, 2020
Buffalo Sabres
Currently no expected changes to report.

Returning to royal blue

Confirmed The Sabres announced last August that they’ll switch back to royal blue as their primary color for the 2020-21 season. This means new home and road sweaters are expected. I’d consider the 2018 Winter Classic a preview. source

Gold gets another year

Expected An Icethetics source reports the Sabres are planning to use their 50th anniversary third jersey for at least another season.

updated
March 12, 2020
Calgary Flames
Currently no expected changes to report.

Both retros likely to return

Expected Their home and road jerseys won’t change but the Flames’ throwbacks should be seen again in 2020-21—likely as third and fourth jerseys.

updated
March 12, 2020
Carolina Hurricanes
Currently no expected changes to report.

Another year, another jersey

Expected After 15 years of employing a very consistent look, the Hurricanes have been adding new jerseys at a rapid rate in recent seasons. This year will be no different as the Hurricanes are slated to play in their first outdoor game—the 2021 Stadium Series. Expect more outside-the-box thinking for this futuristic one-off uniform.

updated
March 12, 2020
Chicago Blackhawks
Currently no expected changes to report.

Black may be back

Expected The Blackhawks announced a plan to wear their black Winter Classic jersey for three nights in 2019-20. It’s already been used four times this season. There’s a good chance it comes back in 2020-21 as a third or fourth sweater.

updated
March 12, 2020
Florida Panthers
Currently no expected changes to report.

Will a third jersey finally happen?

Possible The Panthers were slated to introduce a new third jersey in 2019-20, but I’m told things never came together for the decision makers and so it was shelved. There’s a possibility it gets back on the docket this year, but I’m not holding my breath right now.

updated
March 12, 2020
Los Angeles Kings
Currently no expected changes to report.

Fourth jersey pioneers?

Speculation Since learning about the throwback fourth jerseys, I’ve been wondering if the Kings (and Blues) were a test case in 2019-20. It seemed odd to me that they’d wear the 1988 throwback jersey for one game without any real reason. Usually these things are done to commemorate an anniversary or some other special event. That wasn’t really the case for this jersey so I’m wondering if Adidas and the NHL were using them this year to gauge fan reaction. Either way, I could certainly envision it coming back in 2020-21.

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL All-Star
Currently no expected changes to report.

South Florida gets All-Star Weekend

On Jan. 24, the Florida Panthers were named the 2021 NHL All-Star host for the second time, hosting previously in 2003. It’s far too soon to speculate on the logo or jerseys, but something to keep on our radar. source

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL Global Series
Currently no expected changes to report.

Four teams headed to Europe

Assuming the world isn’t still combating a pandemic in the fall, the NHL is slated to send four teams to Europe for the 2020 Global Series—the Avalanche, Blue Jackets, Bruins, and Predators. These games don’t employ special jerseys, but teams will wear a shoulder patch to mark the occasion. source

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL Stadium Series
Currently no expected changes to report.

Stadium Series heads south

Expected The Carolina Hurricanes will make their first ever outdoor appearance when they host the 2021 Stadium Series at Carter-Finley Stadium—a venue quite literally across the street from their home ice at PNC Arena. Look for futuristic specialty sweaters for this game.

The Hurricanes’ opponent is yet to be announced but judging by popular search terms, fans seem to be hoping for a regional foe like the Washington Capitals or Tampa Bay Lightning.

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL Winter Classic
Currently no expected changes to report.

Outdoors in the State of Hockey

Expected The Minnesota Wild will host the 2021 Winter Classic against the St. Louis Blues at Target Field. Both teams are expected to wear some type of retro uniform, as is standard for this event. This will be the second outdoor appearance for both teams. source

updated
March 12, 2020
Nashville Predators
Currently no expected changes to report.

Third jersey could happen

Possible The Predators had a new third jersey in development last year, but scrapped it to keep the focus on their Winter Classic sweater. Could they return to it for 2020? Seems like something to keep an eye on.

Speaking of the Winter Classic, it wouldn’t surprise me to see their outdoor jersey return as a fourth uniform.

updated
March 12, 2020
Ottawa Senators
Currently no expected changes to report.

Everything is up in the air

Honestly, the Senators really just need an entire article dedicated to their ridiculous situation. I could go on for days. No matter what I might report here, it could all change in a couple of weeks anyway since the people in charge keep changing. (Everyone but owner Eugene Melnyk, of course.)

Rebrand Many in Senators leadership positions have spoken publicly about plans to rebrand the team. Subsequently, each of them eventually left the organization. So I don’t have a clue what is actually going on up there.

Quick timeline COO Nicolas Ruszkowski told TSN in September 2018 the team would have a new permanent logo for 2019-20. He was gone by May 2019; no new logo materialized. In December 2018, CMO Aimee Deziel told Sens Callups podcast a new logo was in the works to launch in 2020-21 at the earliest. She left in August 2019. Most recently, CEO Jim Little referenced a rebrand in an interview with TSN 1200 in Ottawa. He was out in March after only seven weeks on the job.

updated
March 12, 2020
Seattle
Currently no expected changes to report.

Name, logo coming... eventually

Expected The NHL’s expansion franchise in Seattle has been teasing plans to announce their name and logo for several months now. First they said it would happen around All-Star Weekend, then maybe late winter, then April. Now that the coronavirus pandemic has most of the city hiding under their beds for a while, expect to keep waiting on this big announcement.

Rumor In January, John Hoven of Mayor’s Manor claimed the organization had settled on Seattle Kraken as the team name. Whether that ends up being true remains to be seen, but Icethetics sources have confirmed that moniker has been given strong consideration but isn’t necessarily final yet. Of course, current events have given them more time to consider other options as well.

updated
March 12, 2020
St. Louis Blues
Currently no expected changes to report.

Winter Classic means another throwback

Expected The Blues will face Minnesota in the 2021 Winter Classic—making their second outdoor appearance. The last time St. Louis was in it, they debuted the throwback they wear as a third jersey today. Will we get a white version of that or something new?

Fourth jersey pioneers?

Speculation Since learning about the throwback fourth jerseys, I’ve been wondering if the Blues (and Kings) were a test case in 2019-20. It seemed odd to me that they’d wear the 1994 throwback jersey for a couple of games without any real reason. Usually these things are done to commemorate an anniversary or some other special event. That wasn’t really the case for this jersey so I’m wondering if Adidas and the NHL were using them this year to gauge fan reaction. Either way, I could certainly envision it coming back in 2020-21.

updated
March 12, 2020
Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Arizona Coyotes
Arizona Coyotes
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Boston Bruins
Boston Bruins
Currently no known updates to report.

Throwback jersey coming

Report The Bruins are one of the teams reportedly introducing a throwback as part of the new fourth jersey program. An Icethetics source has confirmed this. The 2019-20 black third jersey will also return.

updated
March 12, 2020
Buffalo Sabres
Buffalo Sabres
Currently no known updates to report.

Returning to royal blue

Confirmed The Sabres announced last August that they’ll switch back to royal blue as their primary color for the 2020-21 season. This means new home and road sweaters are expected. I’d consider the 2018 Winter Classic a preview. source

Gold gets another year

Expected An Icethetics source reports the Sabres are planning to use their 50th anniversary third jersey for at least another season.

updated
March 12, 2020
Calgary Flames
Calgary Flames
Currently no known updates to report.

Both retros likely to return

Expected Their home and road jerseys won’t change but the Flames’ throwbacks should be seen again in 2020-21—likely as third and fourth jerseys.

updated
March 12, 2020
Carolina Hurricanes
Carolina Hurricanes
Currently no known updates to report.

Another year, another jersey

Expected After 15 years of employing a very consistent look, the Hurricanes have been adding new jerseys at a rapid rate in recent seasons. This year will be no different as the Hurricanes are slated to play in their first outdoor game—the 2021 Stadium Series. Expect more outside-the-box thinking for this futuristic one-off uniform.

updated
March 12, 2020
Chicago Blackhawks
Chicago Blackhawks
Currently no known updates to report.

Black may be back

Expected The Blackhawks announced a plan to wear their black Winter Classic jersey for three nights in 2019-20. It’s already been used four times this season. There’s a good chance it comes back in 2020-21 as a third or fourth sweater.

updated
March 12, 2020
Colorado Avalanche
Colorado Avalanche
Currently no known updates to report.

Celebrating a quarter century

Expected The Avalanche arrived in Denver in 1996, so I expect to see a 25th anniversary patch on the jerseys in 2020-21. (They previously used a 20th patch during 2015-16.)

updated
March 19, 2020
Columbus Blue Jackets
Columbus Blue Jackets
Currently no known updates to report.

Two decades in Columbus

Expected As the Blue Jackets turn 20 this year, an anniversary logo and jersey patch are likely on the way for 2020-21.

updated
March 19, 2020
Dallas Stars
Dallas Stars
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Detroit Red Wings
Detroit Red Wings
Currently no known updates to report.

Fresh from the 1930s

Expected An Icethetics source has reported the Red Wings will participate in the fourth jersey program using an all white jersey (without red sleeves) based on what the club wore from 1934 to 1961. This also sounds like a simple inversion of their modern red jersey.

updated
March 14, 2020
Edmonton Oilers
Edmonton Oilers
Currently no known updates to report.

Fourth jersey with inverted colors

Expected An Icethetics source with a solid track record has reported the Oilers will have a white fourth jersey, similar to their current uniforms but with the blue and orange inverted. The source reports the look is “reminiscent of the original white jerseys from when the Oilers were in the WHA.”

updated
March 14, 2020
Florida Panthers
Florida Panthers
Currently no known updates to report.

Will a third jersey finally happen?

Possible The Panthers were slated to introduce a new third jersey in 2019-20, but I’m told things never came together for the decision makers and so it was shelved. There’s a possibility it gets back on the docket this year, but I’m not holding my breath right now.

updated
March 12, 2020
Los Angeles Kings
Los Angeles Kings
Currently no known updates to report.

Fourth jersey pioneers?

Speculation Since learning about the throwback fourth jerseys, I’ve been wondering if the Kings (and Blues) were a test case in 2019-20. It seemed odd to me that they’d wear the 1988 throwback jersey for one game without any real reason. Usually these things are done to commemorate an anniversary or some other special event. That wasn’t really the case for this jersey so I’m wondering if Adidas and the NHL were using them this year to gauge fan reaction. Either way, I could certainly envision it coming back in 2020-21.

updated
March 12, 2020
Minnesota Wild
Minnesota Wild
Currently no known updates to report.

Wild hosting Winter Classic

Expected Minnesota will host the 2021 Winter Classic which typically sees teams sporting throwback jerseys. Given that the team is the youngest ever to take part in the outdoor game, they don’t really have any “classic” sweaters of their own. That said, the State of Hockey certainly has a rich history from which to draw design inspiration. I can’t wait to see what they come up with.

As a side note, while it may be exciting to imagine a North Stars jersey, that particular franchise history still belongs to Dallas, lest we forget, so it might be strange to see another team wearing it. But you never know. The Jets are doing it.

The Adidas catalog had the Wild down for a new third jersey, but a recent report from Michael Russo at The Athletic suggests it may not be happening. Russo says the team had been looking at a new design but apparently TV testing did not go well. So it may be off the table for 2019-20.

Minnesota marks 20th year

Expected If all that excitement wasn’t enough by itself, it’s all happening during the Wild’s 20th anniversary season. I’d expect to see a patch on their uniforms in 2020-21 just as we did in 2010-11.

Other jersey possibilities

Last year, the Wild were slated for a new third jersey but Michael Russo of The Athletic reported the team wasn’t thrilled with the TV camera tests and scrapped it. source

Russo added that if the Wild got the Winter Classic, a new third jersey would likely wait until at least 2021-22. source

Moving forward however, under this new fourth jersey system, I wouldn’t be surprised to see teams recycling Winter Classic jerseys the following season going forward.

updated
March 19, 2020
Montreal Canadiens
Montreal Canadiens
Currently no known updates to report.

Blue fourth jersey coming

Expected The Canadiens will take part in the new fourth jersey program. An Icethetics source has reported a blue sweater is coming, but didn’t specify whether it would be an inverted version of their red sweater or something more similar to the 1909 throwback the team wore in 2009.

updated
March 14, 2020
NHL All-Star
NHL All-Star
Currently no known updates to report.

South Florida gets All-Star Weekend

On Jan. 24, the Florida Panthers were named the 2021 NHL All-Star host for the second time, hosting previously in 2003. It’s far too soon to speculate on the logo or jerseys, but something to keep on our radar. source

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL Global Series
NHL Global Series
Currently no known updates to report.

Four teams headed to Europe

Assuming the world isn’t still combating a pandemic in the fall, the NHL is slated to send four teams to Europe for the 2020 Global Series—the Avalanche, Blue Jackets, Bruins, and Predators. These games don’t employ special jerseys, but teams will wear a shoulder patch to mark the occasion. source

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL Heritage Classic
NHL Heritage Classic
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
NHL Stadium Series
NHL Stadium Series
Currently no known updates to report.

Stadium Series heads south

Expected The Carolina Hurricanes will make their first ever outdoor appearance when they host the 2021 Stadium Series at Carter-Finley Stadium—a venue quite literally across the street from their home ice at PNC Arena. Look for futuristic specialty sweaters for this game.

The Hurricanes’ opponent is yet to be announced but judging by popular search terms, fans seem to be hoping for a regional foe like the Washington Capitals or Tampa Bay Lightning.

updated
March 12, 2020
NHL Winter Classic
NHL Winter Classic
Currently no known updates to report.

Outdoors in the State of Hockey

Expected The Minnesota Wild will host the 2021 Winter Classic against the St. Louis Blues at Target Field. Both teams are expected to wear some type of retro uniform, as is standard for this event. This will be the second outdoor appearance for both teams. source

updated
March 12, 2020
Nashville Predators
Nashville Predators
Currently no known updates to report.

Third jersey could happen

Possible The Predators had a new third jersey in development last year, but scrapped it to keep the focus on their Winter Classic sweater. Could they return to it for 2020? Seems like something to keep an eye on.

Speaking of the Winter Classic, it wouldn’t surprise me to see their outdoor jersey return as a fourth uniform.

updated
March 12, 2020
New Jersey Devils
New Jersey Devils
Currently no known updates to report.

Green fourth jersey reported

Possible An Icethetics source (without a previous track record) reported getting confirmation from a team executive that a green version of the Devils’ throwback jersey is in the works for 2020. This tracks with other reports of inverted color schemes.

updated
April 1, 2020
New York Islanders
New York Islanders
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
New York Rangers
New York Rangers
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Ottawa Senators
Ottawa Senators
Currently no known updates to report.

Everything is up in the air

Honestly, the Senators really just need an entire article dedicated to their ridiculous situation. I could go on for days. No matter what I might report here, it could all change in a couple of weeks anyway since the people in charge keep changing. (Everyone but owner Eugene Melnyk, of course.)

Rebrand Many in Senators leadership positions have spoken publicly about plans to rebrand the team. Subsequently, each of them eventually left the organization. So I don’t have a clue what is actually going on up there.

Quick timeline COO Nicolas Ruszkowski told TSN in September 2018 the team would have a new permanent logo for 2019-20. He was gone by May 2019; no new logo materialized. In December 2018, CMO Aimee Deziel told Sens Callups podcast a new logo was in the works to launch in 2020-21 at the earliest. She left in August 2019. Most recently, CEO Jim Little referenced a rebrand in an interview with TSN 1200 in Ottawa. He was out in March after only seven weeks on the job.

updated
March 12, 2020
Philadelphia Flyers
Philadelphia Flyers
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Pittsburgh Penguins
Pittsburgh Penguins
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
San Jose Sharks
San Jose Sharks
Currently no known updates to report.

Sharks turning 30

Possible Keep an eye out for a 30th anniversary logo from San Jose. We haven’t seen a lot of 30-year logos from teams in recent years, but that tracks with the lack of NHL expansion in the mid to late 1980s. We could start to see more in coming seasons.

updated
March 19, 2020
Seattle
Seattle
Currently no known updates to report.

Name, logo coming... eventually

Expected The NHL’s expansion franchise in Seattle has been teasing plans to announce their name and logo for several months now. First they said it would happen around All-Star Weekend, then maybe late winter, then April. Now that the coronavirus pandemic has most of the city hiding under their beds for a while, expect to keep waiting on this big announcement.

Rumor In January, John Hoven of Mayor’s Manor claimed the organization had settled on Seattle Kraken as the team name. Whether that ends up being true remains to be seen, but Icethetics sources have confirmed that moniker has been given strong consideration but isn’t necessarily final yet. Of course, current events have given them more time to consider other options as well.

updated
March 12, 2020
St. Louis Blues
St. Louis Blues
Currently no known updates to report.

Winter Classic means another throwback

Expected The Blues will face Minnesota in the 2021 Winter Classic—making their second outdoor appearance. The last time St. Louis was in it, they debuted the throwback they wear as a third jersey today. Will we get a white version of that or something new?

Fourth jersey pioneers?

Speculation Since learning about the throwback fourth jerseys, I’ve been wondering if the Blues (and Kings) were a test case in 2019-20. It seemed odd to me that they’d wear the 1994 throwback jersey for a couple of games without any real reason. Usually these things are done to commemorate an anniversary or some other special event. That wasn’t really the case for this jersey so I’m wondering if Adidas and the NHL were using them this year to gauge fan reaction. Either way, I could certainly envision it coming back in 2020-21.

updated
March 12, 2020
Tampa Bay Lightning
Tampa Bay Lightning
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Toronto Maple Leafs
Toronto Maple Leafs
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Vancouver Canucks
Vancouver Canucks
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Vegas Golden Knights
Vegas Golden Knights
Currently no known updates to report.

Gold third jersey shifts to fall

Confirmed Golden Knights owner Bill Foley told The Athletic that a gold third jersey is on the way and targeted for a September launch. “We finally got the colors right,” he said. “The problem was trying to get a gold color that wasn’t yellow but was bright. So it wasn’t a recessive gold, and I think we finally did it. It just took forever.” source

updated
April 1, 2020
Washington Capitals
Washington Capitals
Currently no known updates to report.
updated
Winnipeg Jets
Winnipeg Jets
Currently no known updates to report.

Which throwback will be back?

Possible Like the Flames, the Jets now have dark and light versions of their heritage look thanks to the 2019 Heritage Classic. But unlike the Flames, neither is the designated third jersey. So which one will be back as a fourth jersey?

Ten years in Winnipeg

Confirmed In late January, the Jets unveiled their 10th anniversary logo. It’s not clear yet whether it will be used on the uniforms in 2020-21.

updated
March 19, 2020