We are still waiting on the release of Ralph Lauren towels from the NHL, but now we have some photos to prove it.
Here is a collection of rarities from the league’s archives.
Ralph Lauren towel from the 1972-73 season by the New York Rangers.
The team wore the orange jersey, white shorts, and black shorts that they wore in the regular season.
Rafael Esparza, left, is a former coach for the New Jersey Devils and the San Jose Sharks.
He retired in 2013.
He played for the Rangers, Sharks, and Dallas Stars.
This Ralph Lauren towel is one of the rarer and was the only one from the 1973-74 season.
It is also the only Ralph Lauren jersey that was worn by a member of the Rangers.
It’s a pretty unique look.
Eddie Olczyk is the current owner of the Detroit Red Wings.
He’s also a former player for the team.
The Rangers won the Stanley Cup in 1972-1973, but lost to the Chicago Blackhawks in the first round.
This jersey from the 1970-71 season is from the 1971-72 season.
The jersey has a white stripe that runs down the front.
The back has a blue stripe that goes from the nose to the throat.
An alternate jersey worn by the Boston Bruins in the 1972 Stanley Cup Final.
The Bruins wore the white jerseys, the black shorts, black socks, and white gloves during the game.
It’s also worth noting that the Bruins wore this jersey in the 1969 Stanley Cup Finals.
This is the jersey worn in the 1971 Stanley Cup final.
I am sure there are a few other odd jerseys out there, but this one is one I could easily find.
Here’s another look at this Ralph Lauren jerseys.
And finally, here is a look at one of these jerseys.