Nashville Predators: Revisiting the Iconic History of their Uniforms

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NASHVILLE, TN – DECEMBER 11: Ryan Suter #20 of the Nashville Predators (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)
NASHVILLE, TN – DECEMBER 11: Ryan Suter #20 of the Nashville Predators (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images) /

Black and Blue looks good on you….

Team history continues to get better and better and I would say this would top the jerseys for the team in the 2000’s era. These looked clean and looked even better seeing them in person for a live game.

This concept broke away from the mustard color and went back to the roots of the team in 1998. More blue, black and silver were put through with these, and they were intimidating to look at.

Sadly these jerseys didn’t last as long as most fans would have wanted. Many of us would love to see these sweaters make a few appearances in games dedicated to teams suiting up in their retro uniforms.

A marketing campaign featuring these jerseys, which have way more blue, black and silver showcased, would send jersey sales through the roof. Everyone would want to have their 2009 alternate jersey for a return of these for a live game next season.

They need to bring these back and watch the jersey sales skyrocket.