In the 1970’s, the NHL was the only league in North America that allowed players to wear jerseys without any special gear.

The league allowed the use of shorts, socks and other clothing that had been approved for use in previous seasons.

Players wore the jerseys for a week or two at the beginning of the season.

It was also the first time in league history that players were allowed to wear helmets.

As the league grew and players continued to grow in the 1970 and ’80s, the league adopted a new style of jersey.

As they wore them, players would have to wear the jersey as they went about their jobs.

They would have special pants or socks made for them.

As a result, the players had to wear special gear to protect them.

This gear included a helmet and gloves that were made specifically for them and required special protective equipment.

At the same time, the jerseys were becoming more and more expensive.

Players wanted to buy new jerseys and wanted the league to make them available.

At one point, players could wear the same jersey twice a season.

The new style was to make it a lot easier to make the jerseys available.

For the first year, the number of players allowed to play for the league went from 30 to 80.

At first, the numbers kept going up, but as more players joined the league, the cap kept going down.

The cap came down in 1979.

In 1980, the team cap was increased to 30 and then to 50.

Then, in 1983, the jersey number went from 50 to 75.

In 1984, the average age of a player was increased from 22 to 24.

By 1986, the maximum age was lowered to 21.

The jersey numbers were finally reduced to 75 for the 1987-88 season and 80 for the 1988-89 season.

But the jersey numbers kept increasing again in 1988-1989.

In 1989, the teams went to a total of 80 players.

By the end of the year, they had grown to a whopping 80.

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the jerseys change.

It also marks the first season that the team caps have been lowered from 75 to 80 players in the same way that they were for the 1990-91 season.

In 1991, the last year of the old jersey, the caps were raised to 75 players.

The teams are still growing as the cap numbers are raised each season.

By 1990, the total number of teams was reduced to 20.

In 1992, the minimum number of cap players was raised to 50 and then 100.

But by the end to 1995, the max number was increased, to 70.

In 1996, the first lockout year, players had the opportunity to sign a two-year contract.

Players could also opt to stay in the league.

The lockout year also gave the teams a chance to change their jerseys.

They could choose to go with the jersey they had last year or they could choose between the new jerseys from the old jerseys and a new one made by a different company.

The change was made to allow players to go to the NHL and stay.

But that change did not last.

The team caps did not come down and the jersey change continued.

In 2003, the new cap was a 75 jersey, with a number of stripes, and the numbers were still going up.

In 2004, the same cap was the cap for the 2005-06 season.

So, by the time the lockout ended in 2008, the amount of jerseys that were worn was at least double the amount worn last year.

Now, in 2018, the salary cap is increasing, which means the jersey cost will continue to increase.

So the cap cost will increase and the number and amount of players will keep increasing.

In 2018, there were only 10 teams in the NHL.

By 2020, there will be 30.

In 2019, there are 31.

The number of jerseys will increase to 80 by 2020.

The caps will increase again in 2021, the second year in a row.

There will be another three years in a half.

So in 2021-22, there could be 35 teams in a 60-team league.

By 2022, there should be 50.

By 2023, there may be 80.

And then, by 2024, the next season, there would be 80 teams in two 60- or 70-team divisions.

The goal is to keep it at that number.

The NHL has a cap of $4.1 billion and that number is expected to continue to rise.

In 2024, there is a $4 billion cap in 2020 and 2021, and by 2022, that number will be $4,200 million.

But what is the NHL doing about the jerseys?

According to the commissioner, the goal is for the NHL to have 100 teams by 2022.

The problem is, that goal has not been achieved.

The salary cap has not kept up with the