In the 1970s, Jimmy Howard played for the Edmonton Oil Kings, a minor-league team.
When the Oilers drafted him with the second overall pick, they decided to have him wear the number 3 jersey.
That number was later worn by his teammates as well, as they had no choice, as he was still under contract.
The number 3 has become an iconic number for the Oilers, and they have worn it for nearly every home game since, including last night’s game.
The Oilers’ jersey number was changed to 3 in 2014, after being retired during the NHL lockout.
Here are some other numbers that have been worn by the team since Howard’s jersey number changed.
Here is a list of the team’s other jersey numbers that were retired last season.
The Oilers’ uniforms are the biggest sellers, and last year’s jersey was the third most expensive.
In the last 10 years, the Oilers have sold about $9.5 million in jerseys, which is nearly $2 million more than the next most expensive team, the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Ducks are also a big seller in jersey sales.
The Ducks had the second-most jersey sales last year, with $6.6 million, and $5.9 million was the average price of jersey sales in the NHL during that time.
The other top sellers are the Carolina Hurricanes, which had the most jerseys sold ($22.7 million) and the Nashville Predators, which were third with $17.6 m.
The next most-expensive team is the Tampa Bay Lightning with $12.5 m.
The Edmonton Oilers have been known to go all out to try to sell a jersey, but this season it appears they have tried to make it as easy as possible.
The team wore its #3 jerseys in a pregame ceremony before tonight’s game against the Dallas Stars, which has made fans a little nervous about the future.
The #3 logo is prominently featured in the jersey, and the numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 are also visible.
Fans can also make the #4 jersey an official one by placing it on the back of their jersey.
The #3 is a cool way to keep the team on the top of the heap, but it’s also a good sign of where the team is heading.
It’s nice to see fans getting excited about the team again, but fans shouldn’t get too excited.
The numbers 3 and 4 have been around since the 1990s, and there are only a handful of teams who have worn them in that time, which means that the #2 jersey could be next.