The Vegas Golden Knights plan to unveil their jerseys prior to the NHL Expansion Draft in June, general manager George McPhee told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday.
"We put a lot of work into the design, and I think you're going to like them," McPhee said during a question and answer session with season-ticket holders.
They are expected to be available for purchase in September.
The Golden Knights unveiled their logo and colors (steel grey, gold, red and black) on Nov. 22. The logo is a helmet that includes a V to represent Las Vegas, and secondary logos include swords that create the star from the "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign.
The NHL is the first of the four major North American professional sports leagues to have a team in Las Vegas.
"We have everything we need to win," McPhee said. "We have a great owner. We have a great arena. We have a great staff. We're going to build a team you're going to be proud of."
The Golden Knights will fill out their roster through the expansion draft. The 30 other NHL teams must submit their list of protected players by 5 p.m. ET June 17. Vegas will pick one player from each team and submit its selections by 5 p.m. ET June 20, and the announcement of the selections will be made June 21.