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NHL, WEAR by Erin Andrews, team up for new line of women's sportswear

Broadcaster, who started career calling hockey, calls partnership 'a homecoming'

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

The NHL and veteran sportscaster Erin Andrews have teamed up to bring a new hockey-themed women's clothing line to life.

Andrews' clothing line WEAR and the NHL announced a multiyear agreement for a line of women's sportswear coming this fall.

The officially licensed collection will include jackets, T-shirts, sweatshirts, leggings, crop tops, button-down shirts, loungewear and sleepwear for each of the 32 NHL teams and will be available at NHLShop.com, Fanatics.com, hockey arenas and retail stores across North America.

Andrews, a sports broadcaster for FOX Sports who started her career as rinkside broadcaster for the Tampa Bay Lightning, is an avid hockey fan and married to longtime NHL forward Jarret Stoll. She is excited about the partnership with the NHL.

"Having WEAR be part of the National Hockey League is a true homecoming for me," Andrews said in a statement. "Hockey has been part of my family on and off the ice... It is where I began my career. My husband is a two-time Stanley Cup champion, and the NHL was the original inspiration for the creation of WEAR."

The NHL is also excited to have Andrews, and her designs, on the team.

"Erin Andrews began her sports broadcasting career in hockey, and that longtime association with the League has resulted in an incredibly authentic and innovative approach for this new NHL collection," NHL group vice president of consumer products licensing James Haskins said. "We are thrilled to work with WEAR and Erin to offer such an exciting line of apparel to our female fans."

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