The St. Louis Blues are going the distance back to 1967 for the 2018-19 season. They’re the most recent group to present a return third pullover for the up and coming effort, and the Blues kept things straightforward by utilizing a seem to be like the one they utilized in the 2017 Winter Classic, regalia affected vigorously by their debut season in 1967-68.
“That unique pullover was one of my top picks growing up,” new forward and St. Louis local Pat Maroon stated, by means of the group’s site. “Returning to that and wearing it at home will be really cool. I think the fans are extremely going to appreciate this pullover. It will be an extraordinary inclination when I put that pullover on.”
The pullovers include the establishment’s unique Blue Note seal on a base of vintage light blue with unique gold-and-white stripes on the sleeves and waistline, while within the neckline includes the banner of the city of St. Louis and its fleur de lis, acquiring from the group’s present home pullover. The legacy part of the shirt isn’t lost on the present Blues.
“It brings back every one of the recollections that you had as a child, growing up and taking a gander at old photos of the Blues,” commander Alex Pietrangelo said. “It brings back that old-school staple and pays tribute to each one of those folks that have assembled this association to get it to where it is. We’re here now as a result of them, and we can pay tribute to that. The fans, alongside the players, will have a great reaction to this shirt.”
“It’s pleasant we have a third pullover that is associated with the group’s history,” forward Vladimir Tarasenko said. “When you take a gander at the previous years, you see the players who wore this pullover previously and it just gives you greater duty.”
St. Louis intends to wear the pullovers on 11 Saturday night home diversions. The Blues join a developing number of groups to report retro pullovers for 2017-18, including the New Jersey Devils, Arizona Coyotes and Anaheim Ducks. The Vancouver Canucks intend to bring back the Flying Skate logo for 2019-20, their 50th season.