Nashville Predators: Revisiting the Iconic History of their Uniforms

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Would you like some mustard with that?

These mustard jerseys have a lot of history behind them, but it doesn’t stand a chance when you put them up against other Predators sweaters in the last two decades. That mustard color takes some getting used to, but certainly have their niche fans.

When we look at the history of the team most fans are probably grateful for only having these jerseys for about two seasons, and I can understand why.

It’s the primary color of the jerseys that make them stand out, and every game the Predators would step out on the ice it would look ridiculous to everyone besides our fanbase.

One thing that is pretty cool about this uniform is the change in the logo at the center. The sabertooth head was looking more at a forward angle as opposed to the side.

The team ran with these until the NHL switched to the Reebok Edge uniforms, which first premiered at the 2007 NHL All-Star Game. Doesn’t seem that long ago really.