Edmonton's new jerseys are not entirely different from the ones this past season.
The Nashville Predators are getting new Jersey's for the 2017-2018 season along with the rest of the National Hockey League.
The new look features the team's dominant forest green color, with a Minnesota Wheat-colored stripe in the middle (behind the team crest), wheat-colored lettering and the team's Iron Range Red as trim.
The Wild are not the only team who will debut a new look next season. The NHL revealed all 31 jerseys on Tuesday, and only a few teams saw minimal changes to their sweaters.
While the jerseys look similar to previous year, Adidas says the construction and design is all new.
The new uniform features the Colorado-inspired "C" mark on the shoulders as a reference to the franchise's home state flag, and the number system is influenced by the original font but provides a clearer arena and broadcast experience.
Fans that pre-order the new authentic Wild jerseys will be able to have them shipped or made available for pick up at the Xcel Energy Center Hockey Lodge when they arrive in September.
The Winnipeg Jets will appear lighter, cooler and stronger for the 2017-18 season - at least according to athletic manufacturer Adidas.
The new Winnipeg Jets jersey by Adidas. Combining moisture management technology and a streamlined silhouette to maximize air flow circulation with materials that are up to 133 percent more permeable than fabrics now used on ice allows athletes to be cooler.