Jersey Talk: NHL teams that changed their colours

In today’s episode, Keener, Jason and special guest, Enzo, dive into many of the NHL teams that have changed their colours.

The question of the day: When you think of a team that has changed their colours, what is the first team that comes to mind? 

Here are some of the most prominent changes:

  1. Vancouver Canucks
  2. Buffalo Sabres
  3. LA Kings
  4. New York Islanders
  5. Dallas
  6. NJ Devils

Weird Fact: Several teams have retired numbers but the font on the banner hung in the arena is incorrect!

Iginla’s retirement banner VS the number font he wore for a majority of his career.

Trivia Tip: Did you know that none of the ‘Original Six’ NHL teams have changed their colours?

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Additional Topics:

      1. Jerome Iginla retirement video: Watch
      2. The guys recount when Keener called the Vancouver Canucks out for ‘mailing in’ one of their jerseys on the TSN’s Illegal Curve radio show
      3. Fun Side Topic: Top Soccer Stretcher Fails

Images of topics discussed on the podcast:

3 Canadian teams wear “C” logos

Vancouver Canucks “phoning it in.” Notice the slight colour change on the stripes from orange to red.

Connor Hellebuyck’s Dan Snyder memorial patch inside his jersey.

The Buffalo Sabres borrowed the Toronto Maple Leaf’s jersey striping pattern for their inaugural season

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