Islanders unveil new alternate jerseys

The four orange lines represent the Islanders' four Stanley Cup wins.

The four orange lines represent the Islanders' four Stanley Cup wins. (9/16/15)

OLD BETHPAGE - The New York Islanders have unveiled their new alternate jerseys for the upcoming season.

The team's official third jersey is black and white to reflect its new Brooklyn playing grounds.

A bit of orange on the "NY" lettering pays homage to the team's past. The four orange lines represent the Islanders' four Stanley Cup wins.

The Islanders will don the black-and-white duds 12 times during the regular season. The first date the jersey will appear is Nov. 3 against the New Jersey Devils.

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