You're probably aware that the NHL All-Star Game is being played in Nashville in a four-division tournament with each division sending their own respective all-stars to represent the division. You'd expect that each of the divisions to wear their own unique jersey, but the NHL has decided that there will be only two jerseys because only two teams play at a time. Here's what the NHL All-Stars will wear this year in Nashville.
The AHL, with the design seen above in mind, came up with these jerseys for the 2016 AHL All-Star Game in Syracuse.
The KHL is playing their All-Star Game in Moscow this season with Dynamo Moscow playing host to the various Russian- and European-based teams. The KHL often tries to make their All-Star Game represent the league by using KHL colours similar to what the NHL does, but they seem to grasp a faux-futuristic look with these uniforms as well. Case in point, here are the 2016 KHL All-Star Game uniforms that will be worn in Moscow.
Finally, I haven't spoken about their uniforms for the January 23rd game, but the NWHL has revealed their uniforms for their All-Star Game as well. The four-team women's league appointed Hilary Knight and Emily Pfalzer as captains, and the two captains drafted teams from the remaining four teams for the first-ever NWHL All-Star Game. So what are they wearing?
So here's your question: you can only afford one jersey. You can buy either a home or road jersey, but you can only afford one of the eight jerseys shown above. What jersey would you buy, and would you have it customized? Whose name would go on the back of the jersey?
Have your say in the comments. I'm interested in seeing if there is a trend that develops based on the looks of the jersey, or if one league is more popular than the other three based on choices. Remember that you're choosing based on what you like, not what is popular. Be honest when you choose because the results will be that much truer.
So who do you have?
Until next time, keep your sticks on the ice!