New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art is selling everything from the NHL’s logo to the NHL-branded merchandise it has worn since the 1970s.
The museum will be selling its collection of NHL hockey memorabilia at 10 a.m.
ET on Tuesday, which is the day the NHL will officially sell its brand to an online retailer.
The auction will run through Thursday and include everything from NHL jerseys to NHL merchandise from the 1980s to today.
The museum said it will be auctioning off all of its hockey memoriams at auction in the U.S. and Canada.
The NHL will auction off the team jerseys, uniforms and equipment of the players.
The jerseys will be worn on a permanent basis.
The team also will auction out any memorabilia from the team’s previous NHL seasons.
The NBA has already announced it will auction its collection off in 2018.
In addition, Major League Baseball has announced it plans to auction off its collection for a limited time.