It is only fitting that the Toronto Maple Leafs play the Philadelphia Flyers wearing their St. Pats jerseys at a time of year when St. Patrick’s Day comes across people’s thoughts.
The entire design of the jersey is inspired by the jersey the Toronto St. Pats wore between 1922 and 1925.
This season, the Leafs will wear their St. Pats jerseys twice. Once on March 15th versus the Flyers and the day after facing the Senators.
Things look pretty similar to the uniform the team wore in 2017, just carried over to the Adidas Adizero cut from the old Reebok Edge style discontinued by the league following that season, this includes the same unique numbering style on the back of the jerseys which saw the numbers placed on large blocks to fight against visibility issues with the horizontal stripe.
- The green and white mix along the entire jersey is clean
- The felt white blocks along the back give the jersey a true retro look
- The oval felt blotch with the St. Pats word mark makes it look original
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