History of NHL Replica Jerseys Part 1

History of NHL Replica Jerseys (Part 1)

In many of my jersey videos I mention how the quality of replica jerseys has gone down ever since the NHL switched jersey styles to the current Reebok Edge template. While I don’t have every jersey style or example of previous generation replica jerseys, I have enough to show the comparisons and how the NHL replica jersey evolved over the years. This series will be in 3 parts since the filmed portions were too long for a single video and to try and limit the amount of pictures on one page. I won’t go into paragraphs of details in these posts but rather bullet points.

Part 1 will feature a CCM Quebec Nordiques jersey from the early 90s, 1996 Phoenix Coyotes jersey, and a Montreal Canadiens jersey that is from 2000-2004.

Part 2 can be found here.

Part 3 can be found here.

Quebec Nordiques CCM Away Jersey 1991-1995

  • Made in Canada
  • Made by Sports Maska
  • Air-knit material
  • Embroidered crest logo
  • Crest stitched with a single line inside the edge of the crest onto the jersey
  • Screen printed fleur-de-lis logo (same as the authentics)
  • Screen printed CCM logo on back right hem

Phoenix Coyotes Starter Away Jersey 1996-1997

  • Made in Korea
  • Thicker Air-knit like material
  • Embroidered crest logo
  • Crest stitched along the edge onto the jersey
  • Embroidered shoulder patch sewn onto jersey
  • Double layered elbows (I believe shoulders as well)
  • Embroidered Starter logo on back right hem
  • Embroidered Western Conference logo on back right hem
  • Embroidered Starter logo on lower left sleeve

Montreal Canadiens Koho Away Jersey 2000-2004

  • Made in Canada
  • Made by Sports Maska
  • Air-knit material
  • Embroidered crest logo
  • Crest glued onto jersey
  • NHL puck logo on back right hem
  • Embroidered Koho logo on back neck glued onto jersey
  • Embroidered Koho logo on lower left sleeve glued onto jersey

Part 2 can be found here.

Part 3 can be found here.

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