According to the Canadian Press, Hockey Canada unveiled the team Canada jerseys in men's ice hockey and women's ice hockey for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi and sledge hockey for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi on Wednesday.
Among those who had the opportunity to try on the jersey first was Blake Coffey, son of former Edmonton Oilers' legend and three-time Norris Trophy winner Paul Coffey. Blake Coffey was among a group of Ontario-based teenagers who tried on the jerseys at the Mattamy Athletic Complex in Toronto.
Canadian Olympic gold medalist Joe Nieuwendyk attended the press conference. Nieuwendyk was on the Canadian Olympic men's hockey team that won the gold medal at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
As seen by the photo, there are three separate jerseys--one primarily white, one primarily red and one primarily black. The jerseys were made by Nike, who have also made jerseys for the host Russians and Czech Republic.
Team Canada will begin the 2014 Olympic Winter Games by playing Switzerland in women's hockey on February 8 and Norway in men's hockey on February 13.