NHL team introduces ‘textile’ fabrics in new jerseys
The New York Islanders have introduced a new jersey design that incorporates textiles from across Scandinavia.
The new jersey features a variety of textiles in the design, including wool, wool, cotton and synthetic.
The jersey, which features a white base, features the team’s signature blue and white stripes on the front and the logo in the back.
The design was inspired by the jersey worn by Swedish defenseman David “David” Textiles, who played for the Islanders from 1998 to 2003.
Textiles are used to make many products, including textiles for clothes, hats and other clothing.
The Islanders logo, in this jersey, is made from textiles.
The team also unveiled the new jersey earlier this week.
The first of these jerseys was worn by forward Jeff Skinner on Dec. 31, and the team announced earlier this month that they would be introducing another design, this time inspired by a Finnish player.
The third design, which will be worn on Saturday night against the Pittsburgh Penguins, will feature textiles of different colors on the back and on the sides.
The Isles have also revealed that they will be wearing a new number to commemorate the upcoming 50th anniversary of the NHL, and a new color scheme for the team jersey is also being unveiled.
The New Jersey Devils announced earlier in the month that their new home jersey will be inspired by Finnish defenseman and longtime NHLer Mikko Koivu.
The Devils also announced that they have signed forward Matt Cooke to a three-year contract.
Cooke played four seasons in the NHL with the New Jersey Sabres.