Your jersey matchup for the 2017 Stadium Series game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers at Heinz Field in February is now set.
The Flyers released their black design on Saturday morning, a few weeks after the Penguins unveiled their very yellow look.
From the Flyers:
The new jersey stands as a contemporary homage to the unique characteristics of 50 years of the Flyers uniform – a bold design for a passionate city. The primary color of the uniform is black, fiercely showcasing the traditional winged-P on the chest. The single dominant orange bands are a reinterpretation of the singular bands of color on the team’s current home and away uniforms. In addition, these bands of color are complemented by a contrast color name-plate, which is a signature design feature of the Flyers’ NHL uniform.
Here’s a closer look.
Aside from their outdoor game meeting, the Flyers will also wear these jerseys for their March 15 game against the Penguins at home.
Both the Flyers and Penguins jerseys may look curious now, but we have a feeling once they’re under the lights at Heinz Field they could pop real well. What do you think?
Pass or Fail: Philadelphia Flyers’ 2017 Stadium series jersey
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