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Which Vancouver Canucks jersey should the team bring back?

November 1st is Canucks Jersey Night as Vancouver takes on the New Jersey Devils.

The Stick in Rink jersey has made a triumphant comeback, could the Flying V be next? Or maybe the Flying Skate is more your style? Let’s not forget about the Orca…

Scroll through Vancouver’s jersey history below and vote for the sweater you think the Canucks should revive next; if you vote for the jersey that comes out on top, you could win a 40th Anniversary Canucks prize pack!

Need some background on the jerseys? Here are 6 Things you should know about Vancouver’s jerseys.

Contest rules & regulations

"Flying V" - Black

The Canucks, in search of a more aggressive look, went with a yellow, orange and black design with a large V featured predominately on the front.

"Flying V" - Yellow

San Francisco design agency Beyl & Boyd said the V stood for Victory.

"Flying Skate" - White

The “Flying Skate” featured an ice skate on a diagonal slant with Canucks worked into the blade.

"Flying Skate" - Black

The Canucks wore the "Flying Skate" jersey from 1985 to 1997 and was worn during the run to the Stanley Cup final in 1993-94.

"Flying Skate" - Yellow

The jersey retained the Flying V colours of yellow, orange and black.

"Flying Skate" - Salmon

This jersey was also jokingly referred to as the "waffle iron" and the "plate of spaghetti".

"Orca" - White

Before the turn of the century Vancouver decided to shake up its jersey design in favour of colours and an emblem more symbolic of Canucks heritage.

"Orca" - Black

Navy blue, maroon and a hint of silver were the backdrop of a stylized look punctuated by a killer whale breaking through the ice.

"Orca" - Fade to Red

Locally designed by Brent Lynch, the orca logo and jersey was Vancouver’s primary uniform for 10 seasons.


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