The Philadelphia Flyers will head to North Jersey to face the New Jersey Devils in one NHL's showcase games this season. That would be the annual Stadium Series at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 18 at 8pm.

The Stadium Series is held outdoors, generally in a NFL or MLB stadium.

In addition to the game being outdoors, both teams will be wearing custom new sweaters for the game.

And on Saturday, the uniforms for both New Jersey and Philadelphia were officially revealed, and you can check them out with the links below.


The Flyers have a white sweater, with their classic logo on the front, and an orange stripe towards the hem. Sleeves have a thick orange and even thicker black stripe. TV numbers are on the shoulders, and are orange. NOB will be in white on the black stripe (which continues from the sleeve striping). Numbers are orange.


The Devils will be sporting a red jersey, with the classic logo in black. The jersey features a black yoke, with two black stripes on the sleeves. TV numbers are big and black. NOB is black and numbers are also black in a basic block serif font.

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