ECHL partners with Nickelodeon for a season of themed jerseys

Written By:  •  Saturday, October 6, 2018

The ECHL’s brand new season will have a consistent theme all year long. The 27-team hockey league announced a partnership with the children’s television network Nickelodeon, best known for the shows SpongeBob SquarePants, PAW Patrol, and Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The design firm OT Sports will create jerseys highlighting Nickelodeon shows, which teams will wear on select nights throughout the season.

SpongeBob uniforms worn by the Indianapolis Fuel and Cincinnati Cyclones last season

The first such night this season will be October 27, when the Florida Everblades sport SpongeBob SquarePants jerseys and the Kalamazoo Wings don uniforms inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The rest of the ECHL’s selected Nickelodeon promotional nights are as follows:

Adirondack Thunder: March 16
Allen Americans: December 1
Atlanta Gladiators: November 17
Brampton Beast: February 18
Cincinnati Cyclones: January 20
Florida Everblades: October 27
Fort Wayne Komets: December 29
Greenville Swamp Rabbits: January 15
Idaho Steelheads: December 15
Indy Fuel: December 29
Jacksonville Icemen: March 8-10
Kalamazoo Wings: October 27
Kansas City Mavericks: February 2
Maine Mariners: December 28
Manchester Monarchs: January 27
Newfoundland Growlers: December 2
Norfolk Admirals: March 2
Rapid City Rush: December 29
Reading Royals: December 16 and March 24
South Carolina Stingrays: December 15 and March 31
Toledo Walleye: March 2
Tulsa Oilers: January 5
Utah Grizzlies: April 7
Wheeling Nailers: January 12
Wichita Thunder: November 17 and March 23
Worcester Railers: March 9



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