Hockey Canada unveils Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic jerseys

Team Canada's 2022 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic jerseys. (Courtesy Hockey Canada)

Canadian hockey fans across the country are waiting in anticipation for stars like Marie-Philip Poulin, Connor McDavid and Sidney Crosby to take the ice in Beijing.

And now, after Hockey Canada unveiled its 2022 Olympic jerseys, we can picture exactly how they'll look dominating in red, white and black.

The three Nike jerseys will be worn by Canada’s men’s, women’s and para hockey teams at the Olympics and Paralympics, which begin Feb. 4 and March 4, respectively. The red jersey holds an unusual black maple leaf at the centre, the white jersey is a traditional red on white and the third jersey is black on black with a red outline around the maple leaf.

“The Olympics and Paralympics are the pinnacle of sport, and we are excited to unveil the three jerseys that our men’s, women’s and para hockey athletes will wear as they represent our country on sport’s biggest stage in Beijing,” said Tom Renney, chief executive officer of Hockey Canada.

“We know how passionate Canadian hockey fans are, and we know fans from coast to coast to coast will embrace the new jerseys as they cheer on our country’s best hockey players. We look forward to wearing these spectacular jerseys on the ice in Beijing, and seeing Canadians all around the world supporting our teams in the Olympic and Paralympic jersey.”

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