The NHL All-Star teams are going to be selected a bit differently this year, making it more exciting for fans and definately more exciting for the Stahls’ DFC team that has been entrusted with getting the uniforms ready for the players by game time on Saturday. They will be working into the night once the players are selected on live TV. For the first time ever, the teams won’t be selected until Friday evening, leaving Carl Agosta of Stahls’ DFC and Stahls’ team of heat printing specialists only hours to get the appropriate official jerseys customized with the right player names. Heat printing makes it possible and the Hotronix heat presses are ready and waiting to handle the challenge. They will be on hand at the RBC Center in Raleigh, North Carolina, with all the players’ names and numbers prepared in both colorways. (Shout out to Lisa Leone for all her hard work and also for the photos!) The Stahls’ crew will also be on hand at the stadium as early as 9am the next morning in order to continue printing customized fan wear. That’s right, they will be heat printing the appropriate names and numbers on the player’s jerseys as soon as the players are selected by a captain. An amazing amount of prep work has gone into making this happen and we are thrilled to be a part of the action . Tune in to watch who’s on Team Staal and who’s on Team Lidstrom this Friday at the NHL All-Star Fantasy Draft powered by Cisco. I’ll be watching.