The Bruins have unveiled the jerseys they will be wearing for the 2019 Winter Classic.
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) November 8, 2018
The brown-and-gold jersey pays homage to the team’s 1930’s era uniform. Highlighting the throwback look, the jersey features the classic “B’’ logo.
The Bruins will take on the Chicago Blackhawks on Jan. 1, 2019 at Notre Dame Stadium.
Additional design details include a list of the years that the team has won the Stanley Cup (1929, 1939, 1941, 1970, 1972, 2011). Each championship year has been set within a shamrock as a nod to Notre Dame Stadium and is emblazoned onto the interior neck line.
This will mark the third time the Bruins have played in the Winter Classic. The first was in 2010, when they defeated the Philadelphia Flyers, 2-1, in overtime at Fenway Park. The second was in 2016, when they lost to the Montreal Candiens, 5-1, at Gillette Stadium.
The 2016 jerseys were black and featured a brown bear on the front sandwiched between “Boston’’ written in yellow in an arc across the chest and “Bruins’’ in a yellow block just below the bear.
The 2010 sweaters were brown and gold, the original colors worn by theteam from 1924 until 1934. The crest featured on the sweater was a variation on the club’s original spoked-B that debuted as part of the organization’s 25th Anniversary season in 1949. The uniform also featured gold socks, which the team first wore in the 1930s, and laces on the jersey, worn during the days of the Big Bad Bruins of the 1970s.