For their 50th season in the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks are turning back the clock.
The team announced on Thursday that it would be bringing back the famous Black Skate jersey in 2019-20.
The determination was made via fan vote.
The Black Skate jerseys were last worn during the 1996-97 season. They were also the teams primary jersey during their Stanley Cup Final appearance in 1994, a team led by Hall of Fame forward Pavel Bure.
The team will wear the Black Skate for three games during the 2019-20 season.
The Canucks will also wear their Heritage jersey, the hockey stick logo originally used from 1970-78, for 10 games this upcoming season,
The team's everyday jerseys also underwent a change. No longer will the city name appear on the front of the jersey, instead the orca whale C logo will be enlarged.
The Canucks tweeted along with pictures of the new sweaters: "We are British Columbia's team."