NHLers will be taking the ice in style at the All-Star Game later in January.
The league unveiled the four jerseys that the four teams representing each division will wear in the second running of the 3-on-3 tournament.
With the Los Angeles Kings acting as hosts, the Pacific Division will don the black-and-gray versions. The Atlantic Division will dress in gold, the Central Division will sport purple, and the Metropolitan Division will suit up in white and gray.
The jerseys will help pay homage to the league's 100-year anniversary, according to the league:
Each jersey features a band of stars that is reminiscent of the uniforms worn in NHL All-Star Games from 1989-91. Each of the 10 stars represents a decade in the 100-year history of the League. Four stars on the socks represent the four divisions in the NHL today.
The tournament kicks off Sunday, Jan. 29 following Saturday's skills competition.