In news that would make Gordon Bombay, Charlie Conway, Adam Banks, Greg Goldberg, and Julie “The Cat” Gaffney quite happy, the Anaheim Ducks are bringing back the Mighty Ducks jerseys we know and love. But with a twist.

To celebrate their 25th anniversary, the Ducks will use the iconic logo that they debuted in the 1993-94 season as a third jersey. The jersey will also “subtly incorporate each of the seven colors the Ducks have worn throughout the club’s 25-year tenure,” according to the Ducks in a press release that you can see below the photos.

Anchored in black, the third jersey features the original “Mighty Ducks” crest with eggplant and jade striping from the Ducks iconic look of its inaugural 1993-94 season. Linking the team’s past and present, the jersey incorporates new into old with a touch of the Ducks current orange coloring represented in the crossed hockey sticks of the team’s original mark. Anaheim’s current jersey number and letter styling is used in the new third sweater, providing a cohesive look to the team’s 2018-19 uniform kits, while the interior collar denotes the franchise’s 25th silver season. The first of its kind to subtly incorporate each of the seven colors (Eggplant, Jade, Anaheim Ducks Orange, Anaheim Ducks Gold, Anaheim Ducks Silver, White and Black) the Ducks have worn throughout the club’s 25-year tenure, the jersey also features silver as a primary accent color in both the triangle of the crest and yoke, paying tribute to the team’s generational milestone.

So, that’s neat, and hopefully Anaheim keeps this logo as part of the regular jersey rotation beyond 2018-19.

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