Minnesota Wild

Take a careful look at the crest. At first glance, it looks like a bear head. But careful observation will reveal the following: The full moon forms the ear, the North Star forms the eye, and a stream forms the mouth. Very clever!

The Wild introduce a retro-themed red alternate jersey in 2003.

When the Reebok Edge uniform system takes hold, the alternate jersey becomes the team's new home jersey.

The Wild unveil a new green alternate jersey, bearing a striking resemblance to the green jerseys worn in the 2004 All-Star Game, hosted by the Wild.

In the previous year, the Wild wore shells over their main pants to cover up the pant stripes whenever they wore their alternate home jersey, which is just about totally devoid of red. To better consolidate the look, the Wild removed the stripes from their main pants for 2010, eliminating the need for the shells. They also changed the shoulder patches on their road jersey.

The Wild replace their road uniform with one that better ties in with the theme of their home and alternate uniforms, albeit not matching them completely.

The Wild introduce a new green home uniform when the NHL made the switch from Reebok to Adidas, featuring the team crest over a wide cream stripe that runs across the front of the jersey. The road uniform is essentially unchanged, except for the collar and the tail stripes that follow the contour of the curved hemline.

Special Event Uniforms

2016 Stadium Series
The Wild wore this uniform as they beat the Blackhawks, 6-1, at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

2021 Reverse Retro
The Wild pattern their Reverse Retro uniform after that of the 1978-79 Minnesota North Stars, using a recolored Wild crest on the front and reversing the coloring of the numbers.

2022 Winter Classic
The Wild wore wear uniforms inspired by those worn by the St. Paul Saints in the 1930s as they lost to the St. Louis Blues, 6-4, on New Year's Day at Target Field in the coldest game in NHL history.

2022-23 Reverse Retro
The Wild once again base their Reverse Retro uniform on those worn by the Twin Cities' previous NHL team, the Minnesota North Stars. This time, it's the green version with a recolored Wild crest.