Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to another edition of TXHT Jersey Share. Today we bring to you another jersey in the Washington Capitals history.
The White Eagle jersey was first introduced in the summer of 1995 as part of their rebrand, but it was similar to the Blue Eagle jersey that had the word “CAPITALS” on the front of the jersey. However, going into the 1997-98 season the team removed the woodmark from their then home jersey. The Capitals would continue to wear this uniform all the way to the end of the 2006-07 season to which then they would rebrand back to the red white and blue (navy) that they have been with to this day.
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