For fans of the Chicago Blackhawks’ Winter Classic jerseys, you haven’t seen the last of the iconic design.
The team announced this week that they will wear the uniforms in three different games through the remainder of the season.
Tues., Jan. 22 vs. New York Islanders
Mon., Feb. 18 vs. Ottawa Senators
Sun., Mar. 24 vs. Colorado Avalanche
The jerseys are an homage to the team’s look in 1934, when they won their first Stanley Cup championship. The black-and-white jerseys feature several tributes to teams of the past, including the six years that the team won the Cup, which are printed on the inside collar of the uniforms.
The Blackhawks do have an 0-1 record in the jerseys, as they lost 4-2 to the Boston Bruins in Tuesday’s Winter Classic at Notre Dame Stadium.