Reverse Retro Cup: Fans to Vote 16 Favorite Jerseys into Playoff Bracket

It’s the offseason, let’s have some fun around here.

On Monday, the NHL and Adidas launched their new Reverse Retro collection, giving all 31 teams a specialty jersey for the upcoming season. Now that everybody has had some time to digest all of the various looks, let’s get some fan feedback. Rather than us simply putting out an article ranking our least/most favorites, we want to hear from you.

This should be rather entertaining and fairly interactive. Best of all, the concept is fairly straightforward, so the rules shouldn’t be that difficult to understand.

For the 2020 Fashion Show Frenzy, we’re going to start with all 31 teams in their respective divisions. Fans will vote to select their four favorite Reverse Retro jerseys from each division. From there, we’ll take the top eight winners from each Conference and seed them (based upon vote totals) to crate a playoff bracket. We’ll use fan votes to determine the winner of each playoff match up, eventually leading to the Reverse Retro Cup Final… and, ultimately, one winner.

Voting for the Reverse Retro jerseys in the Eastern Conference can be found here. Below is the ballot of all jerseys featured in the Western Conference.

CENTRAL DIVISION

Chicago Blackhawks

Colorado Avalanche

Dallas Stars

Minnesota Wild

Nashville Predators

St. Louis Blues

Winnipeg Jets

PACIFIC DIVISION

Anaheim Ducks

Arizona Coyotes

Calgary Flames

Edmonton Oilers


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LA Kings

San Jose Sharks

Vancouver Canucks

Vegas Golden Knights

Voting to determine playoff seeding will remain open until 8pm PST on Thursday, November 18.

To vote on the Reverse Retro jerseys from the Eastern Conference, click here.

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