The Carolina Hurricanes unveiled their new uniforms on Tuesday, slightly different than the same look they have had since moving to Carolina from Hartford.

After being in Carolina for 16 years, the Canes wanted to go with a slight re-branding, though the primary logo was not altered. That has become a recognizable look for the team, so all they were interested in was changing the uniform some.

What exactly is different? The Canes explain on their site.

To both sweaters:

There is a smaller, lighter crest on both sweaters. The logo outline was changed from metallic to matte silver finish.
The warning flag pattern was moved from the base of the sweater to inside the neckline.
Lettering and numbering changed to a clean, round, sans-serif-based font.
The shoulder patches were removed.

To the red sweater:

A cleaner look was established, highlighting the team's dominant color. All striping is white, with black being used in the neckline and to outline letters and numbers.
Bold, white stripes highlight the arms and base for a classic look.
White lacing is used on the black collar.

To the white sweater:

A red shoulder yoke was established, which extends on the back to include the nameplate. The feature is unique in the NHL.
Numbers and letters were changed from red with a black outline to black with a silver outline.
Bold striping to establish a classic look.

To the pants and gloves:

The Hurricanes logo and bottom black band were removed from the pants.
All glove sets are predominantly red with small white highlights. Black and silver has been removed.