2017 NHL All-Star Jerseys


The NHL All Star 2017 jersey design celebrates the league’s centennial, the Kings’ 50th anniversary and “the Hollywood setting” of LA.

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 2017 NHL All-Star patch is located on the right shoulder, while a full-color team patch for each player is found on the left shoulder. The custom font for the numbers and player names is inspired by the letters in the iconic HOLLYWOOD sign. Fans will be able to order player-customized versions of each All-Star jersey at designated retail locations during the 2017 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend.

The All-Star Game, like last year, will be a 3-on-3 tournament featuring each NHL division. The Pacific division will wear the black jersey, as a nod to the host LA Kings. The Atlantic, Central and Metropolitan divisions will wear gold, purple and white, respectively.

Past jerseys have featured neon colors and garish lettering, but these jerseys are simple, clean and have a classic look that should look great on the ice.