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Rating The Chicago Blackhawks’ Jerseys of the 2000s

Tony Amonte, Chicago Blackhawks (Elsa/ALLSPORT)
Tony Amonte, Chicago Blackhawks (Elsa/ALLSPORT) /
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Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks
Jonathan Toews, Chicago Blackhawks (Photo by Brian Kersey/Getty Images) /

Red Jersey’s (2008-09, 2011-2017)

These jerseys should look familiar to everyone. The red Blackhawks’ jerseys have been the look since the 1950s. Of course, they’ve been touched up and edited in different places, but not much has changed.

In 2008-09, the Blackhawks went from the Koho and CCM jerseys to Reebok. From 2009-2011, they’d change the Reebok logo on the back of the jersey, but everything remained the same for the most part.

The red Blackhawks’ jerseys were voted the best in all of the sports. There’s a reason for that. A lot of teams use red and blue jersey’s, they just mess them up. The Blackhawks have found a way to use this beautiful color, but have it match with their logo.

Just like the black jersey’s from the 1990s and the 2000s, it’s a very good design, well made, and well-liked. It doesn’t go overboard and distract people, it’s very simple. It’s the ideal jersey for hockey.

They’re tied with the black jerseys with an ‘A+’ from me.

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