If you plan to take in a Brampton Beast game this year, don’t be surprised when they hit the ice and look a lot different than last year.

No, I am not talking about the players. We all know that there is a lot of player movement in the ECHL, but I am talking about the look of the hockey club’s uniforms and logo.

On Monday, the club posted on their social media their new jersey and logo which will continue to consist of black, silver, red and white, but now the uniforms will have a much more modern and cleaner look to them.

In the franchise’s seven-year history, this is the biggest uniform change they have ever made, ditching the lines at the bottom of the jersey while adding claw marks to the shoulders of the grey and red jerseys.

It appears that the team will also wear a black jersey during the 2019-20 campaign for select games.

Not only did the uniforms get an upgrade but the logo also received a facelift with the new logo appearing on both the red and grey jerseys while the black jersey will feature the old logo.

The Brampton Beast will look to build off of the 2018-19 season which saw them finish fourth in the ECHL’s North Division, losing in the first round of the Kelly Cup Playoffs to the eventual winners, the Newfoundland Growlers.

Brampton will open the 2019-20 campaign at home on October 12 when they host the Toledo Walleye. That means fans will get to see the new unis in about two months. Looking at them, they look sharp. I wouldn’t mind shelling out a few bucks to purchase one.

Now, when does Boomer get his facelift?