JERSDAY A.K.A. Jersey Of The Week : Milwaukee Admirals

It’s JERSDAY! And you all know what that means!!

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Damn it, NO. NOT THAT JERSDAY.

It’s our first weekly edition of our favourite hockey jerseys. We’ve chosen the brilliantly colour schemed Milwaukee Admirals of the AHL.

(Photo: sportslogos.net)
(Photo: sportslogos.net)

First off, the logo is money in the bank. How can you go wrong with a peg-legged pirate skeleton playing hockey?? It’s not overbearing or screaming out at you and it’s doesn’t have a million things going on. It’s just a pirate skeleton playing hockey. With one leg. I hope the genius who came up with that is sitting pretty and rolling in the dough by now. It’s definitely a step up from the one they had before.

THE COLOURS. Oh my. You can’t really go wrong with black as that seems to be the trend lately with NHL teams. (Although, they are starting to come around with more colour.) You also can’t go wrong with blue. The difference here is, Milwaukee is baby blue. A really pronounced baby blue which stands the out of the rest of the blue jersey wearing hockey teams out there. Lord knows there’s plenty.

milw_admirals_jerswwwThe jersey itself is plain and I like it that way. You don’t need stripes everywhere. You don’t need to send a homage to old time hockey. It’s sleek, flowing and modern. Hell, there’s even a Milwaukee Brewers glove patch on some bringing in their sporting heritage. Bet you didn’t know they were associated with Nashville.

And for that Peg Leg Pete, you get an A+.

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One Comment Add yours

  1. One of my favorite jerseys/logos ever

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