The Professional Women’s Hockey League has released their jerseys for the upcoming season.
All jerseys have the city name diagonally across the chest. Teams will wear their dark jerseys at home and light jerseys on the road.
“Our original six teams proudly represent some of North America’s most-passionate hockey markets,” said Stan Kasten, PWHL Advisory Board member. “As we build our foundation and grow together this inaugural season, it’s important that our markets be a focal point of our identity.”
Canadian Tire Corporation, one of the league’s initial partners, will have exclusive logo placement on shoulder patches of the league’s three Canadian teams.
The Montreal jersey colours are officially burgundy, storm, and sand. The burgundy is the designated home jersey and the road one is ‘sand’, a variation of cream.
Training camps are set to open on Wednesday with physicals and testing to start things off. The season is expected to start on January 1.
UPDATE: PWHL Montreal also confirmed the signing of forward Claire Dalton to a one-year contract. Dalton was drafted in the 12th round, 67th overall in the PWHL Draft. Dalton, 23, played in the NCAA at Yale University, where she was captain in her final season.
She had 44 goals and 89 assists in 130 career NCAA games. She also represented Canada at the Under-18 level.
This will be her first professional season.