The Washington Capitals played their final game in their Reverse Retro jerseys against the Rangers. Here’s how they did in them overall.
The Washington Capitals brought back its Screaming Eagle logo this season for the NHL’s Reverse Retro line. The jersey was wildly popular among Capitals fans, earning the honor of the top-selling Reverse Retro jersey in the NHL. In a poll conducted by RMNB of over 3,000 Capitals fans, the Reverse Retro jersey was the most popular specialty jersey of the Alex Ovechkin Era and the Screaming Eagle was the most popular logo overall. Recently, Dmitry Orlov called it a “dream come true” to wear the sweater.
Unfortunately, at least of right now, the jersey was retired after the Capitals played the Rangers on Saturday night. The Capitals rocked their Reverse Retro sweaters four times overall. They recorded a point in at least all but one, totaling five standings points out of a possible eight. Their record was 2-1-1.