NHL Players’ Association President Donald Fehr has revealed the latest deal for the next generation of players, with players getting a new uniform with a redesigned cap design.
“I think what we’re seeing in the marketplace is, in terms of player retention, the cap has to be as clean and as simple as possible,” Fehr told reporters on Thursday, in response to questions from reporters about the deal.
“We want to see players who are on their way to having a good life, not having to deal with that [cost] that they’re paying to get their jersey.”
Players will now have to pay $50,000 for the new jersey with a cap and jersey size of 22-21-0, which will be their size for the upcoming season.
The new cap will feature a black-and-white design, which Fehr said has been “a little bit of a surprise” to the players.
Players will also have to have the “Uno” logo on the chest and shoulders, which is a nod to the NHL team crest, which features a shield with the logo of the NHL logo.
Fehr added that the new logo was a way for players to say, “We are in your corner.
We’re in your pocket.
We want to be part of this.”
The Uno deal has yet to be finalized, but the league says it will be announced at a later date.
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