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New and alternate NHL jerseys for the 2020-21 season

Teams have introduced looks for the upcoming season, from third jerseys to updated uniforms

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Several teams will have new or alternate jerseys for the 2020-21 season in addition to the adidas Reverse Retro alternate jerseys, which were announced for all 31 NHL teams on Nov. 16. Here's a list for the teams that have announced their new looks for the new year.

Calgary Flames

The Flames are going back to the future for their main uniforms, "full retro" as they announced on Monday, which will emulate the team's look for its first season in Calgary. 

Tweet from @NHLFlames: It's official.🔥 It's time to go Full Retro 🔥 pic.twitter.com/MBtXVHEhVE

Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres brought back a fan favorite with their royal blue jersey and charging buffalo logo.

Tweet from @BuffaloSabres: We've gone royal. 🤩#ReturnToRoyal | @RoswellPark pic.twitter.com/ewVf2sfBbN


Ottawa Senators

The Senators overhauled their uniforms for 2020-21 and will sport their original 2D logo and the jerseys they wore from 1993-95.

Tweet from @Senators: The home details pic.twitter.com/nzOSTLjQ3V

Dallas Stars

The Stars revealed a dramatic 'Blackout'  third jersey with Skyline green outline that pays homage to Dallas' famous skyline.

Tweet from @DallasStars: Back in black 💪 pic.twitter.com/WNeqXHso1n 

Vegas Golden Knights

The team has had style - and success - since its inaugural season in 2017-18.

And while the Golden Knights don't have a long history of retro jerseys to lean on, they do have plenty of creativity, showing off a brand-new, shiny metallic gold third jersey for 2020-21.

Tweet from @GoldenKnights: Here it is in all its Golden glory 😍 #VegasGoesGold pic.twitter.com/Ijram8lT8J

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