With a new manufacturer and a possible jersey patch sponsor next season, the Canucks’ uniforms could soon look different – Canucksarmy

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It’s hard to keep up with all of this, we know that.

Allow us to jog your memory.

In late July, a report by ESPN’s Greg Wyshinski stated that Adidas would no longer be the official apparel and uniform supplier to the NHL after the 2023-24 season.

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Adidas acquired Reebok as the NHL’s official jersey partner beginning in the 2017-18 season in a deal that was reportedly “worth at least double the $35 million per year that Reebok paid for the rights.”

Reebok became an NHL jersey maker after the 2004-05 lockout.

CCM and Starter are among apparel manufacturers that worked with the NHL prior to the 2005 lockout. The league confirmed news of Adidas’ imminent departure to ESPN and is expected to begin searching for a new uniform partner before Adidas’ current seven-year deal to manufacture NHL jerseys expires in 2024.

This means that from 2024-25 all 32 teams’ kits will see an all-new look – along with of course a new branding from the brand that owns the manufacturing rights.

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but before that the Canucks jerseys could look different, maybe even this upcoming season.

The Washington Capitals became the first NHL team to announce a “jersey patch partner” late last year, signing a multi-year deal with Caesars Sportsbook that will allow space for the betting company’s logo on the home and third jerseys for the foreseeable future Capital reserved.

The Blue Jackets, Penguins and Wild joined the pack shortly after, and many more are expected.

To help with lost costs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the league allowed teams to find a helmet sponsor for the 2021-22 season. This wasn’t mandatory, but virtually every NHL club has opted for this, and we expect them to do the same with NHL jersey patches.

For their helmet sponsor, the Canucks have teamed up with TD Bank but have not yet announced whether that deal – which the club described as a “season-long partnership” when the deal was announced – has been extended or if they will also include a jersey patch -Add sponsor.

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If the Canucks follow what appears to be a growing trend, they will have a jersey patch sponsor next season and, like every other team in the league, will have a jersey made by an all-new company starting in 2024-25.

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