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NHL Releases All-Star Game Jerseys, Made From Oceanic Debris [PHOTOS]

Will Dylan Larkin have the honor of wearing one?

January 09, 2019 - 2:18 pm

The NHL released its jerseys for the All-Star Game on Wednesday, and they're trash. No, literally. 

The jerseys, created by adidas in conjunction with Parley Ocean Plastic, are made with re-purposed plastic debris from the ocean. It's the first time NHL jerseys have featured recycled materials. 

A couple other shakeups in this year's design: a monochromatic palette and team crests on the chest. In the past, All-Star Game jerseys featured the NHL Shield or a conference logo on the front. 

According to a release from the NHL and adidas, the black-and-white look is "inspired by the colors of the game" -- black for the puck and white for the ice. 

Check them out below. 

This year's All-Star Game fittingly takes place in San Jose. Players will wear the jerseys for the skills competition on Jan. 25 and the game itself on Jan. 26. 

At the moment, Jimmy Howard is the Red Wings' lone representative. Dylan Larkin still has a chance to make the Atlantic Division roster via the Last Men In Vote, which runs through Thursday.