TAMPA – Giddy up, Lightning fans (more on that later). The Stadium Series jerseys are here.
The franchise released the white jersey with royal blue letters / accents on Thursday the team will wear for their outdoor game against the Nashville Predators on February 26 at Nissan Stadium, home of the NFL Tennessee Titans.
The jersey was released via a “Dock Talk with Killer” clip featuring tight end Alex Killorn FaceTiming Bucs Rob Gronkowski of the water outside Amalie Arena on his SeaDoo. After the roll call, a cowboy appears and hands Killorn a guitar case, which he hands to Steven Stamkos in a box in the arena.
Stamkos, pulling on a denim shirt, an “S” bolo tie and a black cowboy hat, opens the case to find a white jersey with his name and number on the back. He holds it up and says, “Now it’s ready for Broadway.” “
Stamkos dons the swimsuit, adjusts it and the hat, and admires her gaze in the mirror.
“Marvel,” he said.
The word ‘Bolts’ runs diagonally across the front of the jersey in capital blue letters with a silver outline, similar to the 2013 home jersey, except the ‘B’ and ‘S’ have longer tails. The bottom of the sweater features an oversized cut blue zipper. The team’s hockey club crest appears on the left shoulder. The 2022 Stadium Series logo will be on the right.
For the pants, the traditional white flashes on both sides have been replaced with an oversized version of the main team logo. The team will wear white gloves.
Those interested in purchasing the jersey can pre-order it from the team’s online store for $ 199.99. Sweater sizes from XXS to 3XL are available. For an additional $ 100, a custom name or player name can be added. They will start shipping on February 14.
The game will be the Lightning’s second game after the Olympic Winter Games break, which ends on February 20. The match will be televised on TNT.
It will be the first away game in the franchise’s 28-year history, and it will be the 27th organization to do so.
The Nashville-Tampa Bay game will be the second outdoor game of the 2021-22 season, following the January 1 Winter Classic at Target Field (home of the MLB Twins) in Minneapolis between the Blues and the Wild.
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