The NHL is rebranding its Lunar Landing day on Sept. 8, 2019, as “Lunars Landing Day” to better connect the team’s players and fans with their favorite moments of the lunar landing.
The NHL and its players will begin to announce the rebrand Thursday as the NHL prepares for the 2019-2020 season.
The rebrand will mark the first time the NHL has officially named a day for the moon landing.
It will also mark the start of a new, more meaningful day on the calendar, which will include a special NHL pregame ceremony on Saturday and a celebration on the ice.
The rebrand is the latest step in the league’s effort to broaden the NHL brand and promote the importance of the game in the world.
In September, the NHL will be honored with a ceremony in which it will honor those who have given their lives for hockey.
It also will honor the 50th anniversary of the launch of the first hockey game on Sept of 1967.
The league has long been known for its tradition of honoring players and their achievements.
The league’s last official ceremony, in March of 2018, honored the NHL’s 50th birthday.