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I love hockey jerseys. So here are some jerseys I’d like to see make a comeback in the NHL!

  • Anaheim Mighty Ducks

    Bob Corkum of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks looks on during a game against the Winnipeg Jets at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California. (J.D. Cuban/Getty Images)

    Bob Corkum of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks looks on during a game against the Winnipeg Jets at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California. (J.D. Cuban/Getty Images)

  • Not much needs to be said on this one. The Mighty Ducks logo is far superior to the current look of the Ducks. Permanently bring back the eggplant and jade look of the team! 

  • Atlanta Thrashers Blue Jersey

    Ottawa Senators v Atlanta Thrashers

    ATLANTA – JANUARY 12: Ilya Kovalchuk #17 of the Atlanta Thrashers celebrates his goal against the Ottawa Senators with Rich Peverley #47, Zach Bogosian #4 and Chris Thorburn #27 at Philips Arena on January 12, 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

  • This would involve a team going back to Atlanta, which according to some NHL insiders could be happening. If a team was to come back, I’d go back to the Thrashers so they could bring back the baby blues on home ice.

  • Boston Bruins Yellow Pooh Bear

    Sergei Samsonov

    21 Mar 1998: Leftwinger Sergei Samsonov of the Boston Bruins in action during a game against the Buffalo Sabres at the Marine Midland Arena in Buffalo, New York. The Bruins defeated the Sabres 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Craig Melvin /Allsport

  • The reverse retro white Pooh Bear in 2022 was a complete hit. The Bruins need to go back to these. Even if it’s just one night a year, please bring them back!

  • Edmonton Oilers Orange Alternates 2015-17

    Vancouver Canucks v Edmonton Oilers

    EDMONTON, AB – MARCH 18: Connor McDavid #97, Jordan Eberle #14 and Patrick Maroon #19 of the Edmonton Oilers celebrate Eberle’s goal against the Vancouver Canucks on March 18, 2016 at Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Photo by Codie McLachlan/Getty Images)

  • I loved the Oilers orange alternate during this time. The numbers on the shoulders were awesome and the orange and blue combo with orange as the primary color was awesome. Connor McDavid raising a cup in this look would be sweet.

  • Los Angeles Kings Crown Jerseys

    Los Angeles Kings v Boston Bruins

    BOSTON, MA – FEBRUARY 09: Milan Lucic #17 of the Los Angeles Kings acknowledges the crowd following the game against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden on February 9, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

  • The Kings Purple and Yellow Crown look is one that needs to come back, especially since they share a building with the Los Angeles Lakers, who have the purple and yellow color scheme. They weren’t afraid to bring back the color scheme for their reverse retro looks, now it’s time to bring it back for good.

  • Minnesota Wild Reverse Retros

  • The Minnesota Wild went with a Minnesota North Stars color combo for both of their reverse retros and made me want them to switch to that full time. The green reverse retro at home and the white reverse retro on the road full time would be a sweet look.

  • Montreal Canadiens 2022 Reverse Retro

  • This one obviously hasn’t been around (or gone) for a while, but it is such a good looking jersey. The boring old Canadiens have very rarely gone with an alternate look throughout their history. Why don’t we change that and make the latest reverse retro a more consistent look?

  • New York Rangers Lady Liberty

    Vancouver Canucks v New York Rangers

    NEW YORK – DECEMBER 13: Tom Poti #16 of the New York Rangers skates with the puck during the game against the Vancouver Canucks at Madison Square Garden on December 13, 2005 in New York, New York. (Photo by:Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

  • The Rangers went with the Lady Liberty look for both of their reverse retros and both looked awesome. It’s time to make Lady Liberty a yearly sight at Madison Square Garden again. 

  • Pittsburgh Penguins Powder Blue Jersey

    NHL Winter Classic: Pittsburgh Penguins v Buffalo Sabres

    ORCHARD PARK, NY – JANUARY 01: Snow falls on Sidney Crosby #87 of the Pittsburgh Penguins during the NHL Winter Classic against the Buffalo Sabres at the Ralph Wilson Stadium on January 1, 2008 in Orchard Park, New York. The Penguins won the game 2-1 in a shoot out. (Photo by Dave Sandford/Getty Images)

  • This jersey debuted in the 1960’s and then came back as a redesign for the 2008 Winter Classic look. It then hung around as an alternate for a few seasons. The powder blue look is so damn good. John Henry I beg of you, bring this thing back to your organization!

  • Toronto Arenas Throwback

    Maple Leafs Arenas jersey

    Dec 19, 2017; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Toronto Maple Leafs center Patrick Marleau (12) is congratulated by teammates on the bench after scoring a goal in the third period against the Carolina Hurricanes at Air Canada Centre. The Maple Leafs beat the Hurricanes 8-1. Mandatory Credit: Tom Szczerbowski-USA TODAY Sports

  • The Maple Leafs go with the throwback Toronto St. Pats look every year around St. Patrick’s Day (understandably so), but they should also go with the Toronto Arenas look during the season like they did in 2017. The Arenas look with the white stripes down the side is a beauty. Much like the Bruins Pooh Bear I don’t need to see this look continually, but at least once a year would be sweet. 

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