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NEW: 2020 NHL All-Star Game Jerseys Unveiled

January 11, 2020

 

The 2020 NHL All-Star Game jerseys have been unveiled. The jerseys once again feature each player's own team logo on the front of the jersey as opposed to one generic NHL or All-Star Game logo. This is the second year in a row that they have done this. Though, last year the logos were in black and white whereas this year the logos are a two-tone version of the NHL team's logo in each team's primary colour and white. The logo on the front and the All-Star Game logo on the left arm represent the only colour on the jersey. The rest of it is an extremely simplistic black, silver and white design representing the colour scheme of the NHL logo.

 

 

This year the NHL All-Star Game is held in the home of the Stanley Cup Champions, the St. Louis Blues. The jersey design honours the city of St. Louis' musical history with musical staff striping on the chest and arms, and they honour their iconic gateway arch with the shiny silver striping and the graphic on the inside of the collar.

 

 

For the second straight season each division and conference will use both the same dark and light jerseys instead of each conference or division having their distinctly different coloured jersey. See both jerseys for each team below grouped by division.

 

Review 3/10:  These jerseys are certainly a big let down. It is very hard to get excited about a gray scale jersey. I like that they went with coloured crests this time around instead of black and white. But why not take it a step further and do coloured names and numbers too. Or how about find a way to add SOME hints of colour throughout the entire jersey design. One thing that I do like about this setup is that it's almost like it adds another jersey to each team's set. Like a "fourth jersey" for each team. Though I doubt many people will be chomping at the bit to buy themselves one of these. The recent All-Star Games have definitely been Adidas' worst products since partnering with the NHL. My hope is that they can find a way to do something more creative next season! Please!

 

 

Here are the jerseys in our Puck Marks Jersey Template. You can download this template here and make your very own jersey designs.

 

 

Here are the four divisional team rosters as they currently stand:


Atlantic Division

F Tyler Bertuzzi, DET 

F Anthony Duclair, OTT

F Jack Eichel, BUF

F Jonathan Huberdeau, FLA 

F Auston Matthews, TOR 

F David Pastrnak, BOS 

D Victor Hedman, TBL

D Shea Weber, MTL

G Frederik Andersen, TOR

G Tuukka Rask, BOS 

 

Metropolitan Division

F Mathew Barzal, NYI 

F Kyle Palmieri, NJD 

F Artemi Panarin, NYR 

F Travis Konecny, PHI 

D John Carlson, WSH 

D Dougie Hamilton, CAR

D Seth Jones, CBJ

D Kris Letang, PIT

G Braden Holtby, WSH

G Tristan Jarry, PIT 

 

 

Central Division

F Patrick Kane, CHI 

F Nathan MacKinnon, COL

F Ryan O'Reilly, STL 

F Mark Scheifele, WPG

F Tyler Seguin, DAL 

F Eric Staal, MIN 

D Roman Josi, NSH

D Alex Pietrangelo, STL 

G Jordan Binnington, STL

G Connor Hellebuyck, WPG

 

Pacific Division

F Tomas Hertl, SJS 

F Leon Draisaitl, EDM 

F Anze Kopitar, LAK 

F Connor McDavid, EDM

F Elias Pettersson, VAN

F Max Pacioretty, VGK

F Matthew Tkachuk, CGY

D Mark Giordano, CGY

G Jacob Markstrom, VAN 

G Darcy Kuemper, ARI

 

 

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