How a Mystery Jersey is Keeping Rangers Fans Guessing

The New York Rangers celebrate their playoff victory over the New York Islanders on the ice at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, 1979. Visible players include Steve Vickers (#8, left), John Davidson, Ed Johnstone, and Doug Soetaert (extreme right). (Photo by Melchior DiGiacomo/Getty Images)
The New York Rangers celebrate their playoff victory over the New York Islanders on the ice at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, 1979. Visible players include Steve Vickers (#8, left), John Davidson, Ed Johnstone, and Doug Soetaert (extreme right). (Photo by Melchior DiGiacomo/Getty Images) /
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Explore the intriguing debate amongst New York Rangers fans with a mysterious jersey leak, possibly related to an upcoming game. Get the scoop on this unique design and what it could mean for the team.

The New York Rangers are reportedly spicing things up this season with alternate jerseys.

Now, these leaked pictures were shared by a fellow fan on Reddit, BagelDough. What we’re seeing is a brand-new look for the Rangers. The iconic Blueshirts logo has received a makeover – it’s now a sleek navy blue instead of the classic lighter royal blue.

The jersey is a matching dark navy blue, and it’s rocking several thin blue, white, and red stripes on each sleeve. Those same stripes make their way around the waist, but they’ve gone for a more traditional three-stripe style, slightly thinner than what we’re used to seeing on hockey sweaters.

Unveiling the Unexpected: A Sneak Peek at a New York Rangers Jersey Mystery:

If you peek inside the back collar, you’ll find our legendary nickname, “BLUESHIRTS.” There’s also an “NYR THIRD” tag. That gives it away. It’s the official stamp that says this is the third jersey in the Rangers lineup.

The surprise from this leak – is the shield logo on the front. It’s cool to see them mix things up with the shield logo, even though it’s not something we see often on the front of Rangers jerseys.

For most of their near century in the NHL, New York has been rocking different looks. From the diagonal team name across the front (1926-1976) to the shield logo (1976-1978) and back to the diagonal wordmarks (1978-79). Only time will tell how many legs this leak will have. The organization has yet to release confirmation. Regardless, it’s a refreshing twist on a classic, and it’ll turn some heads on the ice.