Anaheim Ducks 2024-25 Jersey/Logo Updates

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Five days have passed since the Anaheim Ducks revealed plans for a logo and jersey overhaul for the 2024-25 season, much to the excitement of fans who’ve long awaited a change. Since the announcement, several details about the new jersey have been leaked. Let’s explore what’s been revealed and what fans can anticipate from the updated Ducks aesthetic.

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Chris Smith from Icethetics recently disclosed that the Ducks will be returning to their classic Mighty Ducks logo, albeit with a contemporary update. Additionally, the team is set to adopt a vibrant orange hue for their home jerseys, departing from the traditional black. The away uniform is expected to bear a resemblance to the alternate jersey used during the 2022-23 season.

It’s been rumoured that the Gold behind the duck helmet mask, will include gold with a sparkle feature, that are similar to the Vegas Golden Knights jerseys.

As far as the secondary logo goes, they will keep the Duck foot, but it will be an updated version of it. Lastly, you can expect the jerseys to have a shadow effect on the numbers, similar to that of the New York Rangers jerseys.

While an exact release date for these jerseys has not been confirmed, speculation suggests that they will be unveiled either before or during the NHL Draft this offseason, scheduled for June 28. Drawing from last year’s precedent, when the 30th-anniversary jerseys were revealed with the help of their 2nd overall draft pick, Leo Carlsson, it’s plausible that a similar strategy might be employed this year, possibly showcasing the new jerseys after utilizing their 3rd overall pick in this year’s draft.

Episode 91: Season Of The Picks Late Arrivals: An Anaheim Ducks Podcast

On this episode of LAP, the guys are back and get a re-do after Fridays attempt at recording was swiftly cut short by technical issues. They cover the draft and some of the key moments from the first ever "Flock Party". Some talk about the opening of free agency and the Ducks lack of moves is had and the guys give their thoughts on why that may have been a good thing after all is said and done. Lastly, they talk about the NewEra news and answer listener questions!Follow Late Arrivals Twitter: @latearrivalspodInstagram: @latearrivalspodFollow the hostsChris: @CJKChelConnor: @91_PlutyJake: @_JRobles71Louis: @Louiex37 Intro/ Outro done by Will Rice/ @pastorwillrice
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  2. Episode 90: Pondering Thy Orb
  3. Episode 89: The Mighty Debrief
  4. Episode 88: Minute Muncher
  5. Episode 87: Coach Chaos

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