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Driedger, Eberle first to model Kraken's home, away jerseys

Players selected in NHL Expansion Draft on Wednesday debuted new designs on stage

by Cristina Ledra @cledra / Staff Writer

Driedger, Eberle unveil jerseys

Driedger, Eberle show off Kraken jerseys

Chris Driedger unveils the Kraken's new home uniform, while Jordan Eberle shows off their road white sweater

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All the world's a stage but the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft presented by Upper Deck served as a catwalk, as two of the first Seattle Kraken players debuted the team's home and away jerseys.

Chris Driedger, a goalie selected from the Florida Panthers, was the first to model the Kraken's dark blue home jersey during an interview with ESPN's Chris Fowler and Dominic Moore.

Next up was Jordan Eberle, a forward formerly of the New York Islanders, with the road white jersey. 

Though the designs had been released previously, this was the first time the jerseys were seen on players.

All of the players who were in attendance for the event wore them, including Jamie Oleksiak, Brandon Tanev, Haydn Fleury and Mark Giordano.

The jerseys will be available for purchase on September 15.

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