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Canucks 2022-23 Reverse Retro Jersey Leak is Apparently The Real Deal

The Canucks jersey that took to social media over the weekend is apparently his true reverse retro jersey for next season. In the 2020-21 season, the NHL introduced a new jersey concept: Reverse Retro. The concept saw each NHL team take a jersey from its past and give it a twist with new colors or logos. Perhaps the NHL saw the wild assortment of NBA jerseys and thought they should indulge themselves in that trading money.

Saw the shield third jersey with a take

The Vancouver Canucks were somewhere in between. Instead of going back several decades for the old design, he revamped his shield third jersey with a take on the early 2000s. Updated it to blue and green instead of the original navy and maroon.

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Better than reverse retro designs

It has a cool look and is better than many other reverse retro designs but still feels like a missed opportunity. There are some really wild jerseys in the history of the Canucks and they could have come with something a little more unique and out there – a Flying-V, Spaghetti Skate, or millionaire jersey in Royal Blue and Kelly Green would have looked a lot more fun than a Sprite. Maybe they went together.

Reverse Retro Jersey Back With All New Designs

Coming to the cans, the Canucks will get a second kick this coming season as the reverse retro jerseys are making a comeback with all new designs. According to a leak over the weekend, the Canucks will definitely get more vintage with their second attempt.

Jersey was initially spotted on Facebook Marketplace

Jersey was initially spotted on Facebook Marketplace. In which a seller posted a potentially obtained jersey for the reduced price of just $89. According to Chris Smith at Icethetics, the jersey is not fake. Even if it is being sold at a fake-seeming price. Smith has all kinds of contacts in the hockey jersey world – if they say it’s legit, it’s legit.

The jersey features the original Johnny Canucks logo from the pre-NHL Canucks. who played in the WHL. He first wore the Johnny Canuck logo on his red, white and blue jersey in the 1962–63 season.

Reverse Retro is clearly a take on these jerseys, right down to the sleeve and bottom stripes of the jersey. The Canucks brought back Johnny Canucks a year earlier, using the old school logo for their AHL affiliate, the Abbotsford Canucks. However, the reverse retro logo is slightly different from the Abbotsford logo or the original WHL Canucks logo.

Finding a Clear Image of the Johnny Canucks Logo

There are three Johnny Canuck logos here – reverse retro on the left, Abbotsford in the middle, and the original WHL logo on the right. It is surprisingly difficult to find a clean image of the Johnny Canucks logo that actually appears on the Canucks jersey. So I apologize for the ambiguity of the latter image.

The Abbotsford logo has been made more modern. In which his skating stride features an aggressive forward slant, more angular beard, cuffed pants and more modern looking skates.

A skinny stick, vintage skates and ragged pants

The reverse retro logo, on the other hand, retains the same design as the original: a more upright skating stride, a thinner stick, vintage skates and ragged pants. In addition, the silver NHL logo was replaced by the retro-inspired orange NHL logo. is | However the original orange logo had the letters angled in the opposite direction. In other words, the NHL logo itself is a reverse retro design. Which takes the old colors and combines them with a modern logo.

No shoulder yoke on WHL Canucks jersey

The jersey has another interesting thing: blank shoulders. The WHL Canucks jersey did not have a shoulder yoke. But they had more design elements in the upper quadrant: numbers and letters. The WHL Canucks’ numbers were on the front of their jerseys in the top right, where the letters Captain and Alternate Captain run on modern jerseys. The “C” and “A” for Captain and Alternate instead went to the upper left.

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