NHL and Adidas officially announced an environmentally conscious All-Star shirt on Wednesday. Black and white sweaters, inspired by the colors of ice and pucks, made with Parley Ocean Plastic, materials made from upcycled marine plastic debris. According to the NHL, every jersey is made a symbol of change in movement to protect the ocean.
Authentic Black Parley Capitals landed at the NHL Shop for the first time on Friday.
Parley Authentic Jersey
The original Capitals black jersey is available for $ 199.99 in the NHL team store. According to the NHL Shop, the shirt is sent on or before Wednesday, January 23.
Adjusted Parley Jersey
NHL stores have also made the Parley Capitals’ shirts customizable. It costs $ 269.99. If you are interested in buying it, I suggest moving fast. Two sizes have been sold out.
The NHL superstar, the Washington Capitals captain and, more than a year ago, Stanley Cup Champion Alexander Ovechkin, will have cereal named after him, as was first reported Monday.
A leaked cereal image, named “Ovi O’s,” appeared on Facebook on Monday and was almost immediately shared across Twitter, before the original Facebook post was deleted.
Cereals will appear at the Giant Food grocery store, which is described as “roasted wheat cereal with honey and natural almond flavor,” according to the cereal box image.
Last summer, after the Stanley Cup victory that many awaited the capital city, Ovechkin (and other team members) feasted hard with good Stanley.
One of the few things Ovechkin did on the multi-day dent – or when he brought home the Cup to Russia – was eating cereal. (Some other champions, such as T.J. Oshie, who have their own “Oshie O’s” cereal made in 2015).
Giant Food and Monumental Sports & Entertainment have worked together several times since the former was named the “exclusive partner” of the team under the Monumental flag. That includes canned food drives, plus several in-store signature sessions with Tom Wilson.
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