The 2017-18 season marked the first year in which Adidas designed and provided the National Hockey League jerseys, taking over for Reebok who provided the jerseys between 2007 and 2017.
This season was also the first season in a long time where each team only had two jerseys for the whole year. Many teams used to have an alternate jersey to go along with the standard home and road ones, but Adidas only provided two for each team, not counting those teams who played in an outdoor game.
It sounds like third jerseys will be back for the 2018-19 season. The Flyers held a town hall meeting with some of their season ticket holders on Monday night and according to Flyers Nation, they confirmed that they will be bringing back the jerseys they wore for the 2017 Stadium Series against the Pittsburgh Penguins as third jersey next season.
Are you happy to see this jersey make a comeback next year?
The #Flyers confirmed at tonight's Town Hall meeting for season ticket holders that last year’s Stadium Series jerseys will be their third jerseys next year pic.twitter.com/RWLaK7UpiJ
— Flyers Nation (@FlyersNation) March 6, 2018