The Nashville Predators' jersey will be brand new for the upcoming season thanks to a makeover from Adidas.
Even though the Preds didn't snag the Stanley Cup during the Final, the team and Smashville have set their sights on next season.
They're one of 13 teams to get a brand overhaul from Adidas. The Predators previous look was with Reebok.
The team was expected to make the announcement and reveal Tuesday night at 7 p.m., the team Instagram teased it the day before.
However, in what may have been a slip on the team's site, a 360 video of the new jersey was posted earlier Tuesday afternoon. The video was removed within about an hour of it being online.
The Predators' jerseys have a couple obvious differences like the removal of the blue stripe across the shoulder and under the arms and lines through the middle of the numbers on the back.
Yet, they also have the small detail of piano keys on the inside collar that you may miss at first - of course, paying tribute to Music City.
According to the NHL, Reebok has supplied NHL threads since 2007-08. Adidas plans to announce its take over and new line of jerseys across the league during the June 21 awards show and expansion draft for the Vegas Golden Knights.