When the New Jersey team announced its jerseys, they had no other than the “P” in jersey number.

It was the only one.

As the team prepares to host the Washington Capitals on Tuesday, the team is hoping to get the ball rolling with an entirely new look.

New Jersey is not only unveiling new uniforms this year, but also plans to unveil a new jersey, which is expected to have a new crest and be the most iconic jersey in NHL history.

“I don’t know what they’re thinking, but this is a great opportunity to change the face of hockey,” New Jersey forward Zach Parise said.

The New Jersey franchise was founded in 1995 by the team’s original owner, Paul Allen.

He also purchased the New York Rangers, the Los Angeles Kings and the Philadelphia Flyers in 2005.

The team is looking to rebrand the franchise, but first it wants to make sure everyone understands why they need to.

“I just want to make it very clear that our fans have made us a great franchise.

That’s why we’re taking this step,” New York Islanders forward Ryan Strome said.”

And they have been great and they have embraced this as the New New Jersey and the New Njersey.”

For many years, the franchise has been the most hated team in the NHL.

Last season, the Isles finished with the worst record in the league.

The New York franchise was one of the most controversial in sports history.

The team’s reputation was tarnished after an incident in 2002, when fans rioted outside a game and set fire to a jersey.

The incident has haunted the franchise ever since, and the team has gone through multiple coaches and general managers in the past decade.

A new jersey plan is also coming in 2018, but it won’t be the first time a new look is on the table.

In 2019, the New England Patriots will unveil a completely new uniform for the team.

It’s believed that the new jersey will include a new logo and will feature the number 51 on the chest.

It is expected that the jersey will be unveiled during the New Era of Jersey.