Reverse Retro: Atlantic Division

Today we are going to take a look at the NHL’s Reverse Retro jersey with the Atlantic Division

Boston Bruins:

The 1988 and 1990 Stanley Cup Final jersey has been given a remix with a yellow base colour and the bear head returns as the logos on the shoulder patch.

Buffalo Sabres:

The third jersey from the 2000s was their first in franchise history out of an initial 50 designs. The reverse retro uses their current colour scheme for this version.

Detroit Red Wings:

The jersey is essentially the white jersey with gray striping, which was worn during the Centennial Classic. Other than that, there are no changes.

Florida Panthers:

This is a bit of a throwback to their first Stanley Cup appearance from 1996. In place of the yellow that was worn with the original look, it has been replaced with the gold colour of the current colour scheme.

Montreal Canadiens:

This is basically a colour swap of their current red jersey. No other notable changes are made with this one.

Ottawa Senators:

The inaugural season look returns to match their current branding on a red jersey.

Tampa Bay Lightning:

The 2004 Stanley Cup winning jersey returns with the only difference being that the jersey has a main colour of blue instead black. The only difference is the reverse retro jersey is that this uses the current numbers on the jersey.

Toronto Maple Leafs:

Toronto’s Reverse Retro is a bit of a head scratcher. The jersey is a throwback to the 1970-1992 look but with the 1967-1970 logo. The jersey has silver in place of the white and is a nod to the Centennial Classic jersey from 2017.

Tomorrow TXHT will look at the Central Division Reverse Retro jerseys.

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