Senators unveil new look for 2007-08
Senators unveil uniforms
8/23/2007 1:05:42 PM
The Ottawa Senators were the first Canadian NHL team to unveil their new jersey on Thursday, with forwards Chris Neil, Brian McGrattan, Jason Spezza, and Chris Kelly on hand sporting the new streamlined look and updated logo.
The Roman soldier on the white away jersey - a staple since the team's inception in 1992 - has been given a new "game face," symbolizing strength and determination.
"The new look for the Ottawa Senators not only recognizes the team's past success factors, it builds momentum for a new season," said owner Eugene Melnyk. "This is the fighting spirit we plan to bring to the ice in the 2007-08 season and beyond."
The introduction of the updated logo comes in conjunction with the launch of the new Rbk EDGE Uniform System, adopted league-wide for the new season. The NHL and Reebok worked together to develop a new uniform system that is breathable, more resistant to water absorption and offering a greater range of motion to players.
There will be no third jersey for the Senators in 2007-08.