Top 5!… Worst NHL Jerseys

There has been a lot of talk on Superawesomesportsawesomeblog.Nice about how great some NHL jerseys are. The vintage throwback days of the original six teams are still arguably the best vintage jerseys of any professional sport, and the current NHL trend of paying homage to those vintage roots has made many teams uniforms that much better and more memorable.

But alas, there is also a dark side in the NHL. That dark side occured during the late 80’s and early 90’s. This is what happened.

5. Milwaukee Admirals:

Yikes. What i like most about this jersey is that is multipurpose. It can be both a picnic blanket and a great clubbing shirt if you hang out with the lumberjack crowd. On long road trips, you can also use it as a travel checkers board. The subtle blend of checkered shitty browns really make you appreciate how easy blind people have it some times…

4. Los Angeles Kings:

Arguably the gayest of all NHL jerseys. Not only does it have glitter, silver sparkles and a FABULOUS purple tone, the women’s jersey’s with “girlie” colors dont look too much different.

3. St. Louis Blues:

If Paula Abdul has taught us anything, she taught us these two rules:
1. Opposites attract.
2. Having a cartoon cat mascot does not make anything better, even if it is to display polar duality of rule #1. Plus, it is kind of retarded.

2. Vancouver Canucks:

This one is so bad, it makes an appearance both as #2 and #1. The original Canucks jerseys were blue, green, and white, and had a green oval logo with a hockey stick in it. If you glance at it, it looks like a whale’s head. In the late 70’s and early 80’s, they decided that a much better idea is to ditch the logo, switch to Halloween colors, and just have a giant “V” on their chest. There are too many “V” jokes for me to even begin to make fun of this.

1. Vancouver Cancucks:

I mean… really?

Published in: on October 31, 2008 at 8:07 pm  Leave a Comment  

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