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For the first time, the Kraken stays true to the tradition of fan-friendly ‘reverse retro’ jerseys. Although new to the NHL, Seattle has more than 100 years of his professional hockey history.

This year, the team honors the Seattle Ironmen, who formed in 1943-44 during World War II as the Isaacson Ironmen of the Northwest Industrial Hockey League (NIHL). The renamed Seattle Ironman later joined the professional Pacific Coast Hockey League formed after the war.

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Lesser known than the Stanley Cup-winning Metropolitan and the long-running Totem, both deserve their own “reverse retro” choices and retain their passion for future seasons. During the wartime challenges, they kept hockey alive in the Pacific Northwest, providing fans with a distraction from the troubles of his 1940s.

Known as the “Pacific Coast Bad Guys,” they are known for playing hard-headed hockey, and are known for being blue-collar, work-focused, and playing high-intensity hockey, worthy of consideration. was a team.

Ironman played eight PCHL seasons and compiled a record of 491-239-211. Their most famous players are future NHL goaltender Al Rollins, who played for the Toronto, Chicago, and New York Rangers in the 1950s, and Stanley, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame as his two-time winning coach at the Cup. Defending Fred was his Sherro. Philadelphia Flyers.

The “retro” jersey features the wide horizontal stripes of the original Ironman uniform, while the popular pale ice blue color adorns the shoulders and upper chest. Seattle’s home Deep Blue, the base of his uniform, provides a sturdy backdrop for the already iconic ‘S’ logo, with negative space tentacles and mysterious, ominous red Kraken eyes. The horizontal stripes continue in a narrow pattern on the sleeves, jersey tail, and hockey socks.

The nod to Iron Man is especially apt, given the clear nautical connection. Many players doubled as workers supporting the World War II effort. In this case, a key steel supplier to the West Coast Naval Shipyards during the war, he joined Isaacson Steel’s machine shop and production line.

The Kraken will wear the ‘retro’ jersey for four home games this season, starting with Winnipeg on November 13. His other three home dates were December 3rd (Florida), December 30th (Edmonton) and February 23rd (Boston), and during these four nights he performed four different special editions. A poster will be provided.Fans can book here from thursday.

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This year’s Depth Member Talk design is inspired by the color scheme of the Reverse Retro Jersey. This members-only toque pairs perfectly with the stripes found on the sleeves of the jersey. Depths members can create an account through her Seattle Hockey Team store to automatically receive her 10% discount on all purchases. Make sure the email you use is the same as your Depths membership email. If you already have an account, please log in before proceeding to checkout to ensure your discount is applied.