As we all know, the Sunday is a day of reflection and remembrance of those that served and the many that gave their lives for our freedom.

This Sunday, the ECHL Brampton Beast will play one of their next six home games on home ice and will face the Toledo Walleye on Remembrance Day.

While we are sure that the team will have ceremonies prior to the game’s opening puck drop, the Canadian club will hit to the ice they won’t be donning their normal home jerseys. Instead, they will be wearing amazing Remembrance Day themed threads. Those jerseys feature many tributes on the front and back.

On the jersey, within the maple leaf and red arm bands, are images from World War I, World War II and as well as some from modern day. The rest of the jersey is made up with a list of every major battle, campaign and operation the Canadian Armed Forces have been a part of over more than 100 years.

This is not the first time the team has done this. It has become an annual tradition for the Beast to roll out commemorative Remembrance Day jerseys. There have been some nice ones but this one is probably the sweetest looking one of them all.

In addition to the jerseys, 1000 tickets have been donated to members of the Canadian Armed Forces and their families to take in Sunday’s game courtesy of Kotak Law, one of the sponsors of the Brampton Beast. Kotak Law will also be donating $4000 towards Wounded Warriors Canada.

I would keep my eye out because I wouldn’t be surprised if the Beast auction these off at some point. They would be an awesome keepsake of the game but also the symbolism of why we take a moment to remember the sacrifices from our service men and women every year.

Plus, these jerseys are probably the best jerseys in hockey today.