Decatur, Ala. (August 13 2019) – Total Package Hockey (TPH) today announced a multi-year partnership with adidas, in which the Portland, Ore. based company will serve as the official apparel provider for all of TPH, which includes 11 markets, 7 Centers of Excellence and 4 hockey associations.
“We are excited to announce a partnership with adidas,” TPH CEO Nathan Bowen said. “adidas will produce quality uniforms and apparel for TPH and ensure that our student-athletes are training in the best athletic performance wear. We are grateful to our friend and partner Dave Moss for the opportunity to join the adidas family.”
“We believe that through sports we have the power to change lives and Total Package Hockey’s vision to positively impact the lives of student-athletes through the game of hockey aligns with our brand values,” said Dan Near, Sr. Director of adidas Hockey. “We are obsessed with making a difference in athletes’ games, lives and worlds. This partnership with TPH is a tremendous opportunity for adidas to enable the next generation of elite hockey athletes to play the game they love and prepare them for success at the next level – both on and off the ice.”
Aligning with adidas gives TPH’s elite young athletes access to many of the same adidas on and off-ice products issued to world’s best players in the National Hockey League (NHL). Additionally, the adidas logo will be linked with TPH, as TPH’s Nashville Jr. Predators and Tri-State Spartans hockey programs will don adidas apparel, and adidas will brand all uniforms worn across TPH’s Centers of Excellence.
Everyone at TPH joins Nathan Bowen in officially welcoming adidas to the TPH Family.
About adidas Hockey
adidas is a global designer and developer of athletic and lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories with the mission to be the best sports brand in the world. As an innovation and design leader, adidas engineers the best in high-performance products to make athletes better, faster and stronger and creates a range of classic and fresh lifestyle and high-fashion lines.
adidas is the official uniform, footwear and apparel provider for more than 100 collegiate programs and creates hockey uniforms for Arizona State, Denver, Holy Cross, Massachusetts, Miami of Ohio, Nebraska, North Dakota, Quinnipiac and Sacred Heart University.
adidas is the official authentic outfitter of on-ice uniforms and official supplier of licensed apparel and headwear for the National Hockey League (NHL®). The adidas adizero Authentic NHL jersey is the official on-ice jersey for all 31 NHL teams. At the forefront of innovation, design and craftsmanship, the adidas adizero Authentic NHL jersey takes the hockey uniform system to the next level by redefining fit, feel and lightweight construction.
adidas Hockey’s NHL roster includes 3-time Stanley Cup® Champion (2009, 2016, 2017), 2-time Conn Smythe Trophy (2016, 2017), 3-time Ted Lindsay Award winner (2007, 2013, 2014), 8-time All-Star (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019) and 2-time Olympic Gold Medalist (2010, 2014), Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins; 2-time Art Ross Trophy (2017, 2018), 2-time Ted Lindsay Award (2017, 2018), Hart Memorial Trophy winner (2017) and 3-time All-Star (2017, 2018, 2019), Connor McDavid of Edmonton Oilers; Stanley Cup® Champion (2011) and 5-time All-Star (2012, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), Tyler Seguin of the Dallas Stars; Stanley Cup® Champion (2011), 4-time Selke Award winner (2012, 2014, 2015, 2017) and 2-time All-Star (2015, 2016), Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins; Norris Trophy winner (2013), Olympic Gold Medalist (2014) and 3-time All-Star (2013, 2015, 2018), P.K. Subban of the Nashville Predators; Norris Trophy (2014), NHL Foundation Player Award winner (2015) and 6-time All-Star (2011, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), Brent Burns of the San Jose Sharks; 3-time All-Star (2018, 2018, 2019) Nikita Kucherov of the Tampa Bay Lightning; 2018 Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) winner and All-Star (2019), Mathew Barzal of the New York Islanders; 2017-18 NHL All-Star Game Tournament MVP and 2017-18 Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) finalist, Brock Boeser of the Vancouver Canucks; Olympic Gold Medalist (2018) and Team Captain Brianna Decker and Olympic Gold Medalist (2018) Kendall Coyne Schofield of the United States Women’s National Ice Hockey Team; Olympic Gold Medalist (2010, 2014) Rebecca Johnston and Olympic Silver Medalist (2018) Renata Fast of the Canada Women’s National Ice Hockey Team.