2000-01 Nashville Predators Game Worn Jerseys

In the Predators third season, the NHL mandated a switch to CCM & Koho for jersey manufacturing. The Preds wore CCM at home and Koho on the road. The Predators opened the season in Japan against the Penguins. The team wore a set of home and road jerseys with the Game ONe Japan patch and the jerseys were seemingly held by the team.

Please view the 1998-99 season for specific information on customization for standard home and road jerseys.

Marian Cisar

Home Set 1

Marian spent parts of 3 seasons with the Predators and this was worn during his best year when he scored 12 goals and added 15 assists. This jersey is just pounded with stick marks both front and back, it also has a repair on the lower back.

David Legwand

Home Set 1

This jersey has an insane amount of stick marks up and down the front, back and sleeves. There is a repair on the chest. The LOAs from the team do not state when the jersey was worn.

Drake Berehowsky

Home Set 2

This jersey from one of the Predator's original tough guys has nice wear with many stick marks on the front, back and sleeves. There is a nice repair down under the crest too. See Set Details below to figure out how to distinguish Set 1 & 2 jerseys.

Set Details

The Predators wore two sets of jerseys this season with the change happening around the turn of the calendar year. Set 1 & 2 can be distinguished by the nameplates. Set 1 features visibly larger and more spaced out letters. The letter height is 3 1/2". Set 2 has smaller and tighter spaced letters that measure to 2 7/8". A good example can be seen in these picures of Patric Kjellberg.

Game ONe Japan Patch

The Predators opened the season in Japan against the Penguins and both teams wore this patch on their jerseys. Authentic & replica versions of the patch can be found online. Pay close attention to make sure you get an authentic.

Game ONe Patch

The authentic patch measures just a fraction over 4 1/8" high and at it's widest across the bottom it measures just shy of 4".