By Ian Oland
The Los Angeles Kings will look super shiny and fresh in their game against the Capitals on Wednesday night.
The Kings will be wearing their new alternate jerseys which bring back their ‘90s Heritage Logo.
The new sweaters are paired with chrome helmets and white gloves.
We typically have a lot to say but these leave us speechless. 😶🙌 pic.twitter.com/pwoZ9Bm0gG
— LA Kings (@LAKings) November 18, 2021
“I love them, they’re pretty sweet,” Kings forward Alex Iafallo said to LA Kings insider after the morning skate. “I feel like the retro and that logo alone is really cool and everybody’s going to be pretty excited about that. I know when I first put it on, it felt special and I’m very excited to wear it for the fans and get out there with it.”
The Kings will wear the jerseys three times during their seven-game homestand, beginning tonight. They’ll also rock the new alternates on November 24 against Toronto and November 27 against Ottawa.
The @LAKings will tonight wear their new LA Kings Authentic adizero Primegreen Alternate Jersey for the first time this season. pic.twitter.com/7oBlNOkFI6
— LA Kings PR (@LAKingsPR) November 18, 2021
The jerseys can be purchased on teamlastore.com.
The Kings originally debuted the chrome helmets during their Stadium Series game against the Colorado Avalanche in 2020. They are the second team in the NHL in recent history to wear shiny metallic buckets, joining the Vegas Golden Knights.
Tonight also marks the first hockey game being played since it was announced that Staples Center will be renamed Crypto.com Arena. The new name will take effect on Christmas Day.
We're extremely proud to announce that Staples Center, Los Angeles' most iconic arena is getting a new name:
As part of this 20 year partnership, we're also excited to welcome the @Lakers & @LAKings as our newest partners! pic.twitter.com/KCfYKySDRt
— Crypto.com (@cryptocom) November 17, 2021
Headline photo: @LAKings
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