The Edmonton Oilers won a game on Friday night, and their first in a year, but one of their star players did not participate in the celebration.
Sarah Klingburg’s jersey was not on the ice for the Oilers’ first home game since Nov. 4, and she had to wear a mask for the entire first period of the game against the Carolina Hurricanes.
The Edmonton fan base was in tears when she was on the bench, and the crowd booed her for not taking part in the show.
Her jersey was the one she wore during the first period.
But she is not alone.
The Oilers also got a bit of a surprise in the form of the new logo for their jersey number, with the new name being “The Stars.”
It is the second time that a jersey number has changed in the past week.
On Tuesday, the Oilers announced that the number had changed to 51.
In addition, the logo for the NHL logo had been redesigned to feature an image of a Star from Star Trek.
The new logo was unveiled during the team’s home game against St. Louis, and was designed by artist Michael C. Ciechanow.
“This is just an extension of what we’ve always done, and how we’ve built a great relationship with fans,” said NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly.
“Our team and fans are going to embrace it, and we’re excited to see the new look on the game day jerseys.”
The Oilers are the first team to wear the new number since the new NHL logo was released in July.
The logo was created by Ciechanow, who is known for his work on the Star Trek franchise, and is a former NHL player.
“It’s been a year since we announced that we’d change the logo, and it’s a great feeling to be able to be back in that tradition and be part of something that has been going on for a long time,” said Ciehanow.
The change in the logo was also accompanied by the team celebrating with the crowd, which had been booing during the last few games.
“The fans are still going to boo you for not being on the stage.
We are a team of fans,” he said.
“I think we’re all proud of the way we’ve performed in the last year.”