Ottawa Senators Unveil New Uniform

The uniform hockey fans in the capital of Canada wanted since day one has finally arrived.

The Ottawa Senators this morning officially unveiled their new “heritage” third jersey at their Puck Drop fan event at ScotiaBank Place.

English shoulder patch

“I like this look, it’s a great mix of traditional and modern and I think the fans will really like it” – Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson.

The new jersey is a homage to the jersey of the original Ottawa Senators NHL club, winners of 4 Stanley Cups in the 1920s, heavily borrowing elements from their design by using their iconic black-red-white “barberpole” striped design.

A large black “O” is centered on the chest, outlined in both heritage white and red, two shield patches containing the team name (one in English, one in French) are on each shoulder.  The patches mimic the “World Champions” patches the original club would sport in seasons following Stanley Cup victories.

The team is also wearing the 2012 NHL All-Star Game logo on the upper left portion of the sweater.

1925 Ottawa Senators jersey

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8 Responses to Ottawa Senators Unveil New Uniform

  1. Ryan says:

    Another awful jersey from canada, they didnt learn the stripes look awful. look at the Montreal ones, the jets new uniforms look dumb as well

  2. Ryan Sucks says:

    Ryan, get a clue! Stripes on hockey jerseys is the standard. go cream over the lame buffalo sweaters from a few years ago, i’mm take these anyday!

  3. Michael says:

    Terrible. It’s like the Oregon Ducks meet the Chicago Blackhawks’ alternate sweater.

  4. thomas says:

    absolutely horrible

  5. Chance says:

    Alfredsson looks kind of evil in that picture.

  6. Aaron says:

    Should have had this as the third jersey last time round.

  7. NUTTYhockeyFAN says:

    Niiiice!

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