5 Worst Inaugural Jerseys In NHL History!

| August 22, 2011 | 5 Comments

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  1. Don says:

    I like the oakland seals jersey. Especialy the logo that they had the 67-68 season. It was the best at expansion time. Have a good one and GO JETS.

  2. Johnson says:

    San Jose Sharks in the worst 5? I think they have one of the best jerseys in the league especially their original ones. And those jerseys were very popular in sales as well.

  3. admin says:

    I would agree with you on the Canucks “V” jersey, except that we are specifically talking about the inaugural, or first, jerseys ever to be worn by a franchise.
    The Canucks “V” jersey wasn’t their initial jersey when they joined the league.

  4. Michel says:

    I think opinions differ from one to another. The worse jerseys should consider the Vancouver Canucks “V” jersey and the Los Angeles Kings gold-purple jersey. By the way, I personally like the Anaheim Mighty Ducks jersey – the only jersey with a logo designed and drawed from professionnal drawers – that the colors were nice too, and the San Jose Sharks teal jersey was one of the best seller in the NHL history ! Instead, talk about the Montreal Canadiens jersey (and even more the “barber-pyjama” one), or the Columbus Bluejackets one … for myself, most of the jersey on this page not deserve to be in the 5-worst ones.

  5. robert says:

    While I wasn’t crazy about the shark’s sweater it was one of the most popular sellers that year.

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