After the All-Star break during the 1995-96 season, the NHL rolled out its third jersey program and the L.A. Kings new sweaters effectively became known as the “Burger King” jersey. The uniform only lasted one season and it was the same season in which Wayne Gretzky played 62 games and finished with 81 points for the Kings. The original design for the new logo was meant to go on a black background but the NHL wanted these jerseys to be worn for home games, which at that time were white. The “Burger King” jersey may go down as one of the most unique NHL uniforms with its strange logo and unique color scheme. The Kings third Jersey was worn a total of eight times in 1996. This authentic Wayne Gretzky Mitchell & Ness 1995-96 L.A. Kings jersey is autographed in silver paint pen on the back by Gretzky himself. Gretzky’s autograph was witnessed under Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Authentication Process.