Why the NHL is not selling its jersey for the rest of the season
The NHL is expected to announce Wednesday that it will stop selling its jerseys for the entire season.
The league said it was working with the league to figure out the best way to move forward with the jerseys, which have been popular with fans.
The NHL will continue to sell jerseys until the season ends.
The team will sell jersey bags that will go on sale next week.
“We appreciate the feedback and support that we have received from the fans, and we are committed to making the best product for our players, our fans and the NHL,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said in a statement.
After a lengthy process, the league and the players agreed to end the practice of wearing jerseys with logos on them, including a team logo on the back, on Sept. 15.
The jerseys are expected to remain on the shelves through the end of the NHL season.
Earlier this year, the NHL announced that it was selling the jerseys.
Bettman said at the time that the league had to sell the jerseys because it had run out of money to pay players and staff, as well as to keep the team in the playoffs.
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