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All 32 NHL Reverse Retro Jerseys Released by Adidas

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“There is the design process, sourcing of all materials, and production,” says Jennings. “Reverse Retro When he was shrinking his 1.0 drop at the beginning of the jersey, we were already starting to think about repeating this drop.”

The project is too big to produce every year, but Jennings wanted his fans to get another Reverse Retro jersey collection soon. Although it took him 18 to 24 months to make every jersey, Jennings admits that Adidas Design and his team rushed the process.

“Throughout this process, some jerseys arrive one day, some the next, and I feel like a kid opening a box on vacation.”

All jerseys are now complete and ready to be worn by both fans and players.

adidas Reverse Retro ADIZERO Authentic jerseys for all 32 NHL® teams starting November 15 for $190-$240 in the US and $210-$260 in Canada.,,, It will be more widely available at additional retailers starting November 20th.

“It’s really inspiring,” said Jennings. “It’s been a long process, but when you see the reaction of the fans, that’s the most rewarding part of the job.”

Here’s what went into each team’s design:

Anaheim Ducks: The 1993 signature asymmetrical body stripes, chevron sleeve stripes and tri-color player numbers are a nod to the team’s contemporary color scheme and remixed Ducks first season uniform.

Arizona Coyote: The Coyotes are the first team to wear a jersey featuring the earth tones of Sienna. Inspired by Coyote’s 1998-2003 third uniform, this jersey depicts the desert and incorporates Coyote’s crescent moon logo as part of the landscape.

Boston Bruins: Inspired by the Bruins’ 1995 third jersey, the hero of this bright white jersey, originally gold, is the Bruins themselves. Legend has it that Bruin’s image was taken from a painting of a bear hanging on a team executive’s wall, which is why it resembles a painted image rather than a digital one.

Buffalo Saber: The Sabers uniform blends the style of the 1996 logo with current colors. Stripes on the body and horn-shaped outlines on the upper arms complement the central crest of the bison/buffalo.

Calgary Flames: An homage to Calgary’s 1995 uniform, this jersey’s thick diagonal stripes feature the Flames crest. The player’s name and number are italicized to match the forward movement of the flame “C” crest.

Carolina Hurricanes: The team’s current away jersey will be redesigned in bold red for the first time in franchise history. On his shoulder are his two sets of hurricane warning flags, with the “CANES” crest in the center of the stairs highlighting the flag detail.

Chicago Blackhawks: The 1983 Chicago uniform takes a literal interpretation of “reverse retro.” The black and red color scheme is reversed, and the ‘CHICAGO’ wordmark on the chest is inspired by the 2019 Winter Classic Crest.

Colorado Avalanche: The Stanley Cup Champion honors the first and first Stanley Cup Championship season in honor of the state. The central “C” crest is derived from the state flag, and the diagonal stripes mimic the Rocky Mountains.

Columbus Blue Jacket: Accented with navy stripes along the sleeves, the black body pays homage to the Blue Jackets’ original third jersey while tying in the light blue of the team’s current third jersey. The original third jersey was the first to display the current blue logo on his jacket, inspired by the Ohio state flag.

Dallas Stars: The Stars will modernize the team’s first season uniforms with the current color palette. The shoulder patch includes an image of Texas and a ‘D’ for the Dallas location, so the ‘STARS’ lettering and logo merge into one.

Detroit Red Wings: A new addition to the Red Wings uniform, black trim accents run along the jersey, pants, socks, gloves and helmet for a seamless look. This jersey pays tribute to Detroit’s 1991 NHL 75th Anniversary jersey with the “DETROIT” wordmark inspired by his 1920 Detroit Cougars jersey.

Edmonton Oilers: The Oilers’ first third jersey assumes a modern orange and navy twist. Front and center is his drop of oil surrounded by dynamic gearing, with each bolt his hub representing his one of the team’s five Stanley Cup championships.

Florida Panthers: The iconic sun, palm tree and stick logo on the shoulders of the 1998 jersey has been moved to the center of the Panthers’ 2022 jersey. The light blue color was derived from his third jersey for the 2009 team and is combined with the current primary colors of navy, yellow and red.

Los Angeles Kings: The Kings honor the 1982 uniform that celebrates the ‘Manchester Miracle’, one of the greatest comebacks in NHL history. The white jersey features a raised jeweled royal crown with satin stitch embroidery and purple and gold trim.

Minnesota Wild: The colors of the 1978 North Stars jersey meet the modern wild crest of Minnesota’s new jersey, where the crest’s stars and trees are sculpted.

Montreal Canadiens: The Canadiens’ 1979 uniform, which was worn when the team won its 22nd Stanley Cup title, is revived in a new shade of light blue inspired by the city colors of Montreal.

Nashville Predator: The uniform features the Predators’ gold from head to toe, including the helmet, pants, and socks, complemented by navy and silver accents. This jersey brings back the fanged Pred head crest from his 2001 original his third jersey for the team.

New Jersey Devils: Paying tribute to the team’s past as the Colorado Rockies and future as the New Jersey Devils, the latest sweater combines the original Devils jersey from 1982 with previous Rockies colors.

New York Islanders: The Islanders celebrate their 50th season in honor of their 1995 uniforms. The Fisherman returns to the center crest and his hat, beard, and hand embroidered detailing are elevated, with teal accents on the waves. The head-to-toe navy color scheme is complemented by orange and white diagonal trim.

New York Rangers: The Lady Liberty jersey returns in Rangers’ current color palette. The shoulder patches and crest are tied to the original jersey, while white and silver details create a shimmering look around the historic New York statue.

Ottawa Senators: Featuring the 2006 Centurion Primary logo on the shoulder patch and the current Primary logo on the center crest, the Senators jersey blends eras to celebrate the historic 2006-07 Stanley Cup Finals uniform. The original version of this jersey was his third jersey, first for the team in 1997, and featured less curved stripes and embellishments.

Philadelphia Flyers: The Flyers’ jerseys are almost all black and white with orange accents. It features a thin black outline surrounding the coat of arms to match the one worn in 1974.

Pittsburgh Penguins: The streamlined Penguin jersey that Mario Lemieux and Jaromir Yagle wore when they were running together for most of the 1990s reappears with the addition of gold and white striped accents on the sleeves.Penguin The coat of arms has three-dimensional embroidery that highlights the penguin’s head and wings.

San Jose Sharks: The typography and colors of the Bay Area’s first NHL team, the California Golden Shields in 1974, merge with the new “Shark” wordmark.

Seattle Kraken: For his sophomore season, the Kraken will highlight the team’s sea green color with a jersey body. Below, the ‘S’ crest sinks into the dark blue-striped sea, and the kraken’s red eye peers just above the water’s surface.

St. Louis Blues: The Blues pay tribute to the first jersey introduced in 1966. This was a prototype worn by the club’s owner a year before his team took to the ice. The gold and blue combination is inspired by Bruce’s third his jersey and other vintage his jerseys, including his classic jerseys for the 2017 and 2022 winters.

Tampa Bay Lightning: This jersey features rain, sea, and lightning sublimated in full-size graphics all over the jersey, with lightning bolts on the sides of the pants. The original Storm Third from 1997 pays homage to his jersey and uses an electric style font.

Toronto Maple Leafs: The Maple Leafs crest honoring the 1961-62 Stanley Cup-winning jersey is recreated in vintage single-needle stitching. A new narrow shoulder yoke with pointed seam construction was created specifically to match the original sweater.

Vancouver Canucks: The Reverse Retro Jersey is inspired by the 1962 uniform of the former Western Hockey League Canucks, with a center crest recreating the 1960s Johnny Canucks icon. In keeping with the original jersey, the player number will only appear on the left chest and right shoulder.

Vegas Golden Nights: The Golden Knights created a jersey in 1995 with a design imagining what the third Golden Knights jersey would look like. It features a slanted “VEGAS” wordmark and a flashy font inspired by vintage hotel signs on the Las Vegas Strip.

Washington Capitals: The Screaming Eagle make a comeback against the all-black colorway with new Capitals jerseys. Asymmetrical stripes, unconventional fonts, and new blue and copper colors are inspired by the 2005 uniform.

Winnipeg Jets: The Jets have ditched red in their new jersey for a more royal blue accent, featuring a bright white base. Inspired by the 1990 jersey, the first year the uniform was worn.