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New York Islanders: Ranking Every Single Away Jersey

NEWARK, NJ - NOVEMBER 28: Brendan Witt #32 of the New York Islanders plays the puck against Dean McAmmond #11 of the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on November 28, 2009 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
NEWARK, NJ - NOVEMBER 28: Brendan Witt #32 of the New York Islanders plays the puck against Dean McAmmond #11 of the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center on November 28, 2009 in Newark, New Jersey. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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TORONTO, ON – DECEMBER 29: Devon Toews #25 of the New York Islanders skates against the Toronto Maple Leafs during an NHL game at Scotiabank Arena on December 29, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Islanders defeated the Maple Leafs 4-0.(Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

#4: Adidas Jerseys

I love the current Islanders jerseys made by Adidas. I know some may disagree, but I think they’re absolutely wonderful.

After years of not having the blue outline of the logo on the white jersey, Adidas returned it. Thank you, Adidas for doing this, because it looks so much better.

Not only does the logo look better but the collar looks better. The royal blue collar around the neck with an orange front underneath the NHL Shield looks amazing. To go along with that, the collar is also tie-down.

Due to my own personal bias, these jerseys are ranked at number four.

#3: Original Jersey Design But With Names

In 2010, the Islanders finally went back to their original jersey design and colors. The royal blue returned and the navy blue was exiled.

The Isles brought back their original white jersey design but with names and an orange outline to the royal blue font.

These are the jerseys the Islanders technically wear today but with the royal blue outline of the logo and the slightly different collar that Adidas made for every team’s jersey.

The only problem I have with these jerseys is the removal of the four stripe shoulder patch honoring the Cups.

However, to honor the Cups now, the Isles added a fourth stripe on the bottom of the shaft of the hockey stick that is the “Y” in their logo with this jersey.

Because of the technical longevity of this jersey, it comes in at #3.

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