Bulldogs show off new jerseys

The Hamilton Bulldogs announced today that the hockey club will be wearing newly designed home and away jerseys during the 2006-07 season.

The jerseys were officially unveiled at the Bulldogs’ annual season ticket holder pick-up party on Tuesday evening.
Designed by the team of Hamilton Bulldogs majority owner, chairman and governor Michael Andlauer; Bulldogs executive director of operations Brian Lewis; and representatives from The Hockey Company, the jerseys feature a new look while maintaining the club’s traditional logo and the blue, white and red colors of their National Hockey League parent club, the Montreal Canadiens.
"We are thrilled with the look of our new jerseys," said Lewis. "Franchises like the Hershey Bears and Rochester Americans have been around for a long time, and regardless of who their parent club has been over the years, they’ve always had their own identity – a logo, and a look that their fans have been able to call their own.

"Heading into our 11th season, we felt that it was important to Bulldogs fans that we create our own identity by introducing a newly designed jersey with a fresh look, but one that also features our popular traditional logo, as well as the colors that reflect and respect the tradition and storied success of our parent club, the Montreal Canadiens."