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67’s new barber pole jersey to be unveiled Friday

The Ottawa 67’s will return to their roots next season by wearing the barber pole jersey/socks as their “dark” uniform.  The team was forced to temporarily switch from the barber pole to a solid colour prior to the start of the 2009-10 season when the OHL adopted the new Reebok EDGE jersey.  At the time, 67’s Owner and Governor Jeff Hunt pledged that his team would return to the barber pole design as soon as it was technologically possible, and that time has now arrived.   

 

“The barber pole jersey is synonymous with 67’s hockey,” said 67’s Owner and Governor Jeff Hunt.  “It’s the jersey of Denis Potvin, Doug Wilson and Bobby Smith.  It’s the jersey of our Memorial Cup winning teams.  And it’s fantastic to finally be able to return to it and give our fans the look they’ve been asking for.”   

 

The jersey will be unveiled to 67’s fans at the Rona Centre on Friday evening, just before the start of their game against Niagara at 7:30 PM.   Great seats for that game are still available.

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