The Philadelphia Flyers unveiled their reverse retro jerseys Thursday, and they will be worn for eight games during the 2022-23 season.
According to the Flyers, the design gives a championship-level look from the franchises Stanley Cup-winning seasons in 1973-74 and 1974-75, and integrates unique elements from multiple eras.
“It’s fun to wear a new jersey, and I thought the pants were a nice addition,” defenseman Travis Sanheim said. “I’m excited to get wearing them.”
Also returning for the first time since the 1981-82 and 1982-83 seasons are Cooperalls, the full-length black nylon pants with an orange stripe down each leg. They will only be worn during warm-ups.
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The reverse retro jerseys will be worn for eight games, beginning Nov. 8 against visiting St. Louis, coached by former Flyers coach and player Craig Berube.
The jerseys are available for pre-sale at shop.wfcphilly.com.
Here is the schedule for when the jerseys will be worn at Philadelphia Flyers home games:
- Tuesday, Nov. 8 vs. St. Louis Blues.
- Wednesday, Nov. 23 at Washington Capitals.
- Friday, Nov. 25 vs. Pittsburgh Penguins | NHL Thanksgiving showdown.
- Thursday, Dec. 1 vs. Tampa Bay Lightning | ‘80s Throwback Thursday.
- Thursday, Dec. 15 at New Jersey Devils.
- Thursday, Jan. 5 vs. Arizona Coyotes | 90s Throwback Thursday.
- Saturday, Jan. 14 at Washington Capitals.
- Thursday, Jan. 19 vs. Chicago Blackhawks | 2000s Throwback Thursday.