The Anaheim Ducks unveiled their jerseys on June 27 and yesterday Ryan Kesler wore it for the first time yesterday. Avert your eyes, Vancouver Canucks fans.
On June 27, draft day, the Anaheim Ducks unveiled their new jerseys for the 2014-15 season. The home jersey is almost a copy of their third jerseys, except for the outline color around the numbers being orange instead of gold. Both jerseys went away from the lettering that spelled out “Ducks” and embraced the webbed “D” logo.
Ryan Kesler, Anaheim’s big off-season acquisition, landed in the city for the first time and threw out the first pitch at the Angels-Blue Jays baseball game Wednesday. Before that, he stopped by the Ducks’ team store to try on the new jersey. Yesterday, we caught a
glimpse of Jarome Iginla in his new jersey, albeit in video game form. And now we can stop imagining Kesler in Ducks colors and see what it looks like. Avert your eyes, Canucks fans.
Kesler has two years remaining on his contract that’ll pay him $5 million against the salary cap. He was acquired by the Ducks for Luca Sbisa, Nick Bonino and a first round pick. And now the Ducks have a 1-2 center combo of Ryan Getzlaf and Kesler. Look out, Western Conference.
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