NHL fans around the world have been complaining about a logo on their side of the car that has been hanging in the middle of the highway for more than a year.
The logo has become a major issue in the wake of the deaths of former Stars forward Jiri Hudler and Canucks forward Jannik Hansen, and has been a focal point for some of the most vitriolic and negative comments made about the NHL over the past several months.
It has become one of the top complaints in the league, with NHL players and teams issuing a series of statements about the logo.
The logo was painted on the car’s front bumper by an unknown man with the help of a painting company.
The paint is now covered up and the interior of the vehicle is being painted in an entirely new way.
The new paint is the same paint used for the old paint.
The old paint has now been washed and is now being replaced with a new paint.
The team is also offering to paint the car back with a different paint scheme if the owner returns the car to its original paint.
“The team and the NHLPA are committed to improving the image of the league and to providing fans with a great experience,” the team said in a statement.
“We are working closely with the league on a new and improved paint scheme.
We encourage everyone to return their vehicles and we are committed by our players and fans to making the process as easy as possible.”
The team has not issued any further information on the new paint scheme, which has been suggested by some fans as a way to remove the logo, or how the paint will be applied.
The new paint has already been tested on the ice, and a new “Vans” logo will be painted on it once it is installed.
“We have a few new features in the paint scheme that are designed to help reduce the glare from the old logo and to protect the surface and paint from fading,” the paint company, Blue Sky Paint, said in an emailed statement to NHL.com.
“Our paint scheme will be changed once we begin the paint application process.”
The paint has been applied on a 1/2-inch thick layer, which means the new logo will take approximately five days to fully cover the car.