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Cedar Park, TX ? The Texas Stars unveiled on Wednesday the club?s new alternate jersey for the 2011-12 season.

The alternate jerseys are primarily white and dark green, with gold accents. The Texas Stars primary logo serves as the jersey crest, while the Stars new alternate logo (unveiled earlier in the off-season) serves as the shoulder patch on the new jerseys. The nameplates will consist of dark green lettering on the backs of the jersey. The numbers on the sleeves and the backs of the sweater will be dark green with gold trim. The Stars will wear black pants, black gloves and white helmets with their new alternate jerseys.

?We are excited to unveil the new alternate jersey for the Texas Stars,? said Texas Stars President Rick McLaughlin. ?The new jersey is an important extension of our brand in central Texas, using a combination of our original logo and our new secondary logo. Fans will be able to identify us in a whole new way.?

The Texas Stars will host Opening Night at Cedar Park Center on Sunday, October 9th against the Oklahoma City Barons at 5:00 pm. Every fan who attends the first regular season game of the year will receive a Texas Stars magnetic schedule compliments of Austin Telco Credit Union.

Individual tickets for all games are on sale now, including Opening Weekend on October 9th, as well as both home preseason games on September 30th and October 2nd. Tickets are available online at www.TexasStarsHockey.com or by calling 512.GO.STARS (467.8277).

2011-12 season seat packages are on sale now. For more information on Texas Stars season tickets call (512) GO-STARS (467-8277) or visit www.TexasStarsHockey.com. Anyone interested in purchasing season tickets, suites, group tickets or mini-plans may call the Texas Stars front office.

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Hm, you'd think they would've gone with the TE*AS logo as the primary crest on this jersey. Guess that's not the case.

Anyways, I wonder when people will realize that vertical side striping will never look good on a hockey jersey? Seriously, just put the side stripes on the bottom of the sweater, make it horizontal, and it's a decent looking sweater. But now? Nope.

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This is actually pretty nice. Dallas should go this route for their new alternate (although it should be solid green instead of white). I too thought they would use the alternate logo, but I guess this is their first uniform with the primary on the front.

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