Throughout the rich history of the NHL, we’ve seen some amazing uniforms. Iconic looks that stand the test of time. And then, we’ve seen some duds.
Most NHL teams have done a great job of designing uniforms. Some of the greatest franchises in NHL history have iconic looks that are right up there with the pinstripes of the Yankees. Iconic looks, that are as filled with history as they are recognizable.
On the flipside, we’ve seen some absolute atrocities. Most of these come from the 1990’s, which was the most insane decade for designing uniforms, logos and mascots.
Still, it’s a fun trip down memory lane looking at some of the best – and worst – jerseys in the NHL.
The Ducks wore iconic uniforms in the 1990’s and early 2000’s. Now, it’s broken out as an alternate, but it simply isn’t enough. We. Need. The. Mighty. Ducks.
The Best: 2018-19 Alternate
Mighty Ducks forever! Another great look is the 2019-20 version, which features the 1990’s logo and the current orange and black color scheme. But for us, the king will always be the teal and purple look.
The Worst: 2020-21 Home
Look, we love the colors. But the Wild Wing logo just can’t match up with the old-school logo. If we were ranking current NHL uniforms, this wouldn’t be among the worst. Unfortunately for Wild Wing, it was competing against one of the most iconic looks in hockey.