The NHL has a few special photos and messages to celebrate graduation photos, thanks to a collaboration with the American Apparel Corporation.
The NHL will be unveiling three new commemorative jerseys with a theme of “Graduation, No Drama” and will be wearing one of the jerseys in a game this season, according to NHLPA President Brian Burke.
The jerseys will be worn by players in the 2017-18 season, and the NHL has confirmed the jerseys will not be worn in the playoffs.
The jerseys feature a logo of a young girl in a bikini with the words “Pussy, no Drama,” and the word “GRAIN” in gold lettering.
The jersey was designed by the NHLPA and will feature the image of a bikini-clad young woman on the back, with the phrase “No Drama” written above the image, and “Graduate” written below the image.
The first of the three commemorative commemorative uniforms, which will be unveiled on Nov. 19 at the Winter Classic, will feature a special “No De-Glam” logo on the front.
It will feature text across the bottom of the front with the word: “No drama, no Glam” in big letters.
The second jersey will feature an image of the NHL logo, a red ribbon and the words: “Graduating from the NHL.”
The third jersey will be the same jersey, but will feature one letter “G.”
The NHLPA has a partnership with American Apples that allows it to use its branding, logo and name in the jerseys.
The American Appels are based in St. Louis, Missouri, and have been involved in the NHL for nearly a decade.
The two companies collaborated on the “No-Drama” jersey, and Burke said the two companies have had a longstanding relationship.
“We have had relationships with them for a long time and I’m excited to see them continue to build upon their relationship and share their work and their vision,” Burke said.
The “Grapevine” jersey is the most recent jersey from the new partnership, and it will be used by a number of NHL players in 2018-19, including forward Alexander Nylander, who has a tattoo on his left arm.
Nylander said in a statement that the jersey was a personal touch.
“It’s a personal thing,” Nylander said.
“I feel like it’s a symbol of my legacy as a player, so it’s something that I want to do as much as possible.”