Found October 17, 2011 on
While no official announcement has been made regarding the jerseys the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers will be wearing at January's Winter Classic, Philly Sports Daily is reporting that at least one of the mockups below may be the real deal.
According to the article, "indications are that this is what the Flyers will be wearing at Citizens Bank Park." As for the Rangers jersey, no one was willing to confirm it, probably because a cream-coloured jersey after Labour Day is just too damn brazen.
So where are these indications coming from? Sources, that's who. Mind your business. From Philly Sports Daily:
The image first appeared on message boards at the end of September, before Chris Pronger was announced as the team's captain and Kimmo Timonen and Danny Briere were announced as the assistants. That explains why Claude Giroux has the "A" on his jersey. Because it had been so long since they saw it, the sources were not able to 100-percent conf...
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… via the boys over at Crossing Broad. Very pricey but this may only happen once so you have to live for today and check out the Rangers and Flyers at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Make sure you study this chart. It will be VERY important for the fans trying to dig up [...]
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