The NHL All Star Game kicks off on Wednesday and, like the game itself, is dominated by jerseys.
But the league’s newest and most expensive luxury products have been popping up on the ice at nearly every moment of the day since the game began.
Here are some of the highlights from the past three days: On the ice: The jersey from the NHL’s second jersey, which went on sale on Monday.
On Twitter: NHL’s jersey for the first time since the All-star break.
This is one of those jerseys that just screams “Duel” to you.
Here is a new jersey that is so much more fun to wear.
The new “Cobra” jersey has a different look.
Some people are still wondering why the NHL has not made a “Buckeye” or “Red” jersey.
The answer is simple: they were not made.
This is not the jersey that the NHL wants to wear for this All-Stars game, but they are still doing it anyway.
Buckets of orange and white are the most popular jerseys in the NHL, and they’ve also been making their way to stores around the country.
NHL stars, including Ryan Johansen, Max Domi and Daniel Alfredsson, wore a few of these orange jerseys at the 2015 All- Star Game.
It was only on Monday that the new Adidas All- Stars jersey made its debut.
It is an all-black design that has orange trim on the shoulders, collar and sleeves.
Adidas will wear the jersey at the upcoming All-STAR game, which will be played in Toronto on Thursday.
It’s also available at Barneys and Target stores.
While the jersey was not a big seller at the All Star game, it did well enough to get a lot of attention on social media, and fans began to make their way over to Barneys to buy them.
At least one fan got in touch with Adidas to say that he wanted to buy the jersey.
It will be interesting to see if the company makes a “Red”-style jersey, the one Adidas debuted during the 2014 All- star game.