The NHL will be using an online design platform to allow players and coaches to get their favorite uniforms into the hands of fans.
The NHL is using the Crowdtilt platform, which allows users to design and submit designs for players, coaches and team officials, according to the league.
The NHL has partnered with Crowdtelt to develop the platform.
“This will allow us to build a uniform program and bring it to fans across the league, and we look forward to working with the team that has built this platform to deliver this uniform program to fans,” NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly said in a statement.
“We are excited about this opportunity to help fans create their very own NHL uniforms and will be working closely with the teams to ensure uniform designers are fully engaged with their designs and have a full understanding of the uniforms and their capabilities.”
The NHL was founded in 1920 and the league currently has 6,200 players on its roster.
It was the first NHL team to use the uniform system.
The league is also in the process of transitioning to a uniform format that uses a “point of contact” system that will be used for team uniforms.
The changeover was announced in the NHL’s official blog, which also detailed a number of other details.
The uniform design process is the result of years of collaboration between the players, teams and the NHL.
Fans can submit design ideas for the uniforms through the CrowdTilt platform.
They can also submit design proposals via the NHL Shop, the league’s online store, the NHL Store or via the league website.
The submissions will be evaluated by a panel of fans and NHL officials to ensure the design meets all criteria.
The uniforms will be designed using a variety of materials, including the NHL-approved, polyester jersey and the “softest, most lightweight” material.
A majority of the design will be done by a team’s design staff, and there will be a team of six designers to handle the designs for the rest of the players and staff.
Each design submission is unique, with each team having its own unique approach to the uniform, Daly said.
The uniform designs will be displayed on a uniform-specific web site.
The design submissions will open on March 6, 2019, and will remain open for three weeks.
The final design will also be announced during the NHL Awards Ceremony on March 13.
The uniforms will go on sale to the public starting on May 1, 2019.
“The uniforms are our greatest asset and they are the key to winning a Stanley Cup.
We will continue to work with fans to ensure they are informed about what their uniforms are and what they can expect to see on the ice this season,” NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman said in the statement.