Bruins Reverse Retro Jerseys

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  1. VanIsle Registered User

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    I really like the jerseys that took a chance, Anaheim and Arizona for example to do something "out there" and not confine to regularity like the Islanders and Predators.

    How many times in the future will teams have a chance to really show off and do something crazy like they can now with some of these great jerseys.

    I really enjoy most of them, well done NHL, being the most reserved league of the big 4, they really came out of their comfort zone and excelled.
     
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    agreed. Im firmly in the "make the 80s/90s jerseys the permanent ones" camp. But the more I think about it, the more I kinda want a jersey with the Meth Bear on the crest
     
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    If the Pooh Bear jerseys had Meth Bear on the front instead of that sleepy brown bear, they'd have been beloved.
     
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    I think that's going a bit too far lol. At best, they'd sell well for Halloween sweaters. They would be terrifying.
     
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    Don't like the Bruins in Gold. Too much yellow. Put the black jersey from the 80's and 90's and I'm fine. There was a time only one team had black jersey in the NHL. Boston Bruins. Then they allowed the Penguins of all teams to change their original colour from blue and white to black.
     
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    Their fans will tell you they had black and yellow first. Or should I say gold.
     
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    Why can't both teams wear Pittsburgh colors?
     
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    They were able to demonstrate to the league that the 1925 Pittsburgh Pirates of the NHL had black and gold jerseys while the Bruins were still wearing brown so the league approved the change. Jacobs didn't fight it hard enough to protect his branding.
     
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    Because it's too unique a color scheme to be tainted by that filthy Pittsburgh team. Go back to baby blue.
     

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