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NHL Third Jerseys - 2008-09 November 24, 2008

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Ottawa Senators
Daniel Alfredsson models the Senators' "Back in Black" third jersey with the "Sens" wordmark. The Senators debuted their new threads on Saturday, Nov. 22 vs. the New York Rangers. This new third jersey marks the first time the modern-day Senators have featured a wordmark instead of a logo on the chest. Additionally, the home town "Sens" nickname is officially branded for the first time on a Senators' game jersey.

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