The New York Islanders dress up as women to celebrate christmas

NEW YORK — The New Jersey Devils announced on Friday that the team will wear women’s clothing to celebrate the holiday.

The team is wearing “mas” and “snow” dresses to mark the holidays, and they will wear them for two days in their home arena, Madison Square Garden.

The dress are the result of a collaboration between the team and the Women’s Sports Foundation.

The dress will be worn by team captain Kristen Stewart, who is a former model and a member of the Devils Women’s Hockey Team.

The women’s team also wore a black and white dress during their pre-game warm-up.

The Devils also unveiled a “masa” dress that will be available to the team’s female players, who are wearing it as a symbol of their team’s solidarity with women and children in the United States and around the world.

The women’s league team will also wear the dress to honor those who have died in the line of duty, and to celebrate those who sacrificed to keep the nation safe.

“The New Jersey Girls have a long tradition of bringing joy to those who come to our games, and this season we are giving them another chance,” Devils General Manager Ray Shero said.

“Our organization will continue to support our women’s hockey program, which has made great strides over the past few years, with the support of our fans.

Stay tuned for details!””

We have a number of programs that we will be announcing in the coming days to celebrate this great holiday season.

Stay tuned for details!”

The New York Devils’ men’s team is also wearing a dress during the team photo session at the New Jersey Statehouse, and the team also announced that it will be giving away a $25 gift card to anyone who enters the locker room during the day on Christmas Day.

The men’s and women’s teams will wear the dresses for two weeks.