The Chicago Blackhawks have an impressive array of jersey styles and designs that they have accumulated over their nearly 90 years of existence, and in unveiling their 2015 Winter Classic jerseys, they have opted to honor their 1957 look as they prepare to take on the Washington Capitals:
— Geoff Glick (@NBCGeoffGlick) November 5, 2014
Brandon Saad, who was a late fill-in for Patrick Sharp after the winger suffered a knee injury in Tuesday's win over the Montreal Canadiens, modeled the new jersey at the team's flagship store on Michigan Avenue. The jersey features unique lettering and arm patches for the event, but with the team's signature Indian-head crest instead of the less-refined look they sported during the 1957-58 season.
The Capitals already unveiled their jerseys for the game, which will take place on January 1 at Nationals Park in Washington:
— Sportsnet (@Sportsnet) September 23, 2014