The NHL is expected to unveil its new uniforms in February.
And that’s not all.
It will also unveil the first of its new shorts, which will feature the colors and patterns from the original Nike soccer shorts that were first worn by the National Hockey League in 1949.
And, as you’ll see in the gallery below, they will also feature an orange strip down the front, the color that will become the uniform of the Washington Capitals.
For more on the Washington Caps, check out SportsCenter and the video above.
Here are the new uniforms for the 2018-19 season:This is the official uniform for the Washington Nationals and their upcoming season.
The team’s logo and the letters “NWN” are written across the back of the jersey.
The logo and lettering of the Brooklyn Nets.
This is a look at the new Nike shorts.
They will feature an all-orange strip down each side of the leg.
This is the same design that has appeared on the team’s previous shorts.
This will be the first time the Washington Redskins have worn an orange stripe down the back.
The stripes were first introduced for the team in 1949 and are still used today.
The Washington Capitals and New York Giants.
This jersey features the “A” logo of the National Basketball Association, a symbol that was used in the design of the uniforms from 1948 to 1949.
This uniform features a “S” logo and a color palette that is similar to the original Nikes.
This jersey features an all orange strip across the front.
This color is also the color of the new shorts.
This was the color for the jerseys worn by Niki Lauda and Bobby Fischer in the 1949 World Cup.
The jersey of the New York Jets.
This uniform features an orange striped strip down both the front and back.
This design was first introduced in the 1970s and is still used by the Jets today.
This will be Laudas second jersey.