The Nashville Predators’ history of alternate jerseys is a mix of love and hate. We decided to take a look back at the Predators’ previous alternate uniforms.
The history of the Nashville Predators is only 20-years in the making, yet it is already filled with interesting facts. We witnessed a few great moments last year. Part of the history of a team is the uniforms they wear. It always seems to be a bit polarizing. Just look at the new Adidas sweaters last year.
This upcoming season will be the first time we get a glimpse at alternate jerseys for teams since Adidas took over as the league’s uniform provider. Before last season, Adidas announced there would be no alternates for the 17-18 season as they needed to focus on primary uniforms for all 31 teams. We’re now a season into the Adidas-uniform generation for the NHL, and that means alternate jerseys are back.
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So far this offseason, we’ve seen three teams unveil their alternate jerseys for the upcoming season. Carolina and Arizona both announced their designs during this year’s NHL Draft. Then on Saturday, we saw the Anaheim Ducks join in on the fun as they announced their alternate design; a mix of their current color scheme mixed with the vintage Mighty Ducks jersey. I love alternate jerseys, and in my opinion, all three so far have been home runs.
These three alternate jerseys really got me thinking about the Predators alternate jerseys. I wanted to look back on the team’s previous alternates, and also think about what a potential future Adidas-generation alternate jersey might look like.