For those who've beem asking, Lou Lamoriello said Devils will be wearing original red jerseys with green in outdoor game at Yankee Stadium.— Tom Gulitti (@TGfireandice) November 20, 2013
New Jersey wore green-accented uniforms for the first 10 years of their existence, from 1982-92, after which they ditched the green and replaced it with black. That's the look they still sport today, although in recent years they've worn the green jerseys on St. Patrick's Day.
Special "chrome" logos were unveiled for the seven teams participating in the four Stadium Series games, but there was no indication on whether or not the jerseys would be similarly themed. With the Devils announcement, it doesn't appear as though that's the case -- thankfully. Chrome accented jerseys would be .... well, really awful.
The Senators are expected to unveil their Heritage Classic jerseys on Nov. 28. The game is expected to be a throwback to the 1915 Stanley Cup battle between the Vancouver Millionaires and the Senators, which means we could see the Canucks wear the vintage maroon Millionaires jerseys that they wore for a game last year. The Sens, then, would probably wear a white heritage-style jersey. We'll find out soon enough.