The Winnipeg Jets went to an air force base in Winnipeg, stood in front of an actual jet, and ended the long wait: they unveiled their new Jets uniforms.
And really, it went just as you'd expect a jersey unveiling at a military base to go. There was cheesy rock music, the opening of a giant cargo plane, smoke, lights and then then dramatic entrance of Mark Stuart, Andrew Ladd, Nik Antropov and Eric Fehr wearing the new threads.
Jerseys will not be available until October, which doesn't make sense at all. But as general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff said, the jersey design and approval process usually takes much longer than it did this summer for the Jets, so perhaps that's part of the reason why. Pre-orders are available immediately on the Jets website, however.
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