Anaheim Ducks: Jersey Madness Monday

By Richard Gonzalez

The NHL season is still on a pause of the reason you already know about and it has been several weeks since we have seen our team and their jerseys on the ice. On the last DucksNPucks podcast, we discussed a series of concept jerseys done by various talented artists. Let’s take a look at the ones we discussed on the show and a few additional ones that we did not mention.

LDConcepts Designs

This first design he posted had some mixed reactions among fans. This is not a bad design at all. I just do not like the lines on the sleeves and green being the primary color on these jerseys. The logo is spot on though.

Lucas Daitchman (@Idconcepts – Twitter)

This second design really hit the mark and a hat trick with fans. Personally, I really like these designs a lot. The darker one I like a tad more but both are fantastic and are damn near perfect. We discussed these designs in further detail on the DucksNPucks podcast.

Lucas Daitchman (@Idconcepts – Twitter)

More Retro Color Designs

Once again, the green is not really doing it for me and do not like the font used. I do like the darker purple, the shoulders, and the bottom three lines. Matching it with one of the sleeves looks pretty great too.

Posted: Icethetics By: Dylan Wonka

This is an interesting concept that this artist chose to do. It brings the old school colors with the new school D logo. This set up looks pretty good. The colors are spot on but the D logo does not seem to match with it. If they change the colors back to the original then why not bring back the Duck?

Posted: Icethetics By: Alan Waldron

Color Rush Concepts
I do not like the colors used for this concept jersey. It’s not badly done at all. I really am digging the jersey in general. I especially like the pattern going into the sleeves. I would like to see this design with different colors, however.


By: Edunkeldesigns

The same thing I said above goes for this concept too. The pattern is great. I especially like the shoulders and sleeves done in this design. I would just like to see this in different colors. Original Mighty Ducks colors or new style colors would probably work better. We touched on both orange concepts on the show.

By: Dylan Nowak

There were rumors floating around about how the Ducks wanted their primary jerseys to be orange. I really hope this is not the case. I like the home jerseys being black. This design is not bad looking though. I really like the away (white) jersey. This might be something the Ducks could look into if they decide to bring back the Mighty Duck logo back as their primary but want to keep the D in the mix.


Posted: Icethetics By: Brandon Holmes

KP8 Design Concepts
These two versions of concept jerseys have been a fan favorite since the artist first released these. The old school Duck logo looks pleasing with these colors. I know I said how I prefer the Duck logo strictly as a third because I would not want to get tired of it but these designs are too damn good not to be a primary. We discussed these in more detail on the show.


By: @KP8Design – Twitter

By: @KP8Design – Twitter

DT Concepts

Here is another design we shared and discussed on the show. Similar to the ones about with some minor tweaks. I like the laces in front of the jersey. The orange around the Ducks has to go.

Posted: By: DTConcepts

On this away version, I do like the added orange on the collar, sleeves, and bottom of the jersey.

Posted: By: DTConcepts

They also posted a third jersey which brings back the original jersey with the new school D on the shoulders. I’m sold and love it.

Posted: By: DTConcepts

Miscellaneous Designs

Below are a couple other designs I found floating online that incorporates the Duck logo on the black jersey. Both look great.

By: Alex Jones

So which one(s) is/are your favorite? Leave a comment below.

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