Addressing the press before the begin of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman reported that Adidas will disclose their line of jerseys on June 21.
The news goes ahead the heels of the declaration that 13 groups will have new regalia for the forthcoming 2017-18 season.
Just 13 of the 31 groups will have diverse plans, while the rest of the NHL will be moved up to Adidas. Reebok, a backup of Adidas, was the past uniform architect from the 2007-08 season ahead. Back in January, the NHL reported Adidas would assume control over the part for years to come.
The eminent takeaway from this news is that the Vegas Golden Knights shirt will be uncovered to the world surprisingly. The logo, sharing plan, and name of the Golden Knights were declared in November, and June 21 will be the first run through fans can get a gander at their regalia before they hit the ice in the fall.
The shirt uncovering will be hung on Wednesday, June 21, nearby the NHL Awards and the NHL Expansion Draft in Las Vegas.