Stars unveil black and neon alternate jersey

Ruben Hill
October 29, 2020

The Dallas Stars' are getting a new look inspired by the city they call home.

Continuing the parade of new alternate sweaters being featured by National Hockey League teams this offseason - we profiled the Vegas Golden Knights' metallic gold set here and the Calgary Flames' retro look here - the Dallas Stars have created a new "Blackout" jersey, and we're certain the design is going to pop in certain lighting conditions. Instead, the skyline hints were foreshadowing neon outlines, which the Stars are officially dubbing as "Skyline Green, ' on the black jerseys".

The collar is black and green with a single green star and a striping pattern meant as a nod to Dallas' iconic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, on the inside collar is an old State of Texas motto, "Come and Take It" as well as a cannon.

"The jersey design committee was tasked with finding a way to incorporate the heart of the city of Dallas and the spirit of Texas into a uniform, "said team CEO Brad Alberts". The Facebook and Twitter header photos showed the date and a lit-up, neon-green Dallas skyline.

The third jersey will be built on the adidas adizero Authentic Jersey chassis, a light, strong substance popularized by players and fans the past three seasons.

This will be Dallas' first time having a dark third jersey since "The Mooterus" in 2006.

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