Jersey Fouls Extra: Daniel Alfredsson Protest Edition

Greg Wyshynski
July 7, 2013

Jersey Fouls is our ongoing exploration of the rules and etiquette for proper hockey jersey creation and exhibition. If you spot what you think may be a foul in your arena, email a photo to us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com for inclusion in future installment.

How Ottawa Senators choose to treat Daniel Alfredsson as a division rival next season – as a player who publicly stated that his new team, the Detroit Red Wings, are closer to winning a Cup than his old team, the Senators – should make for some hockey soap opera next season.

Via reader Kathryn Jean, here’s the first bit of Alfie backlash, courtesy of a Jersey Foul:

That’s an Alfredsson jersey with, what we assume, is a (rather professional looking) DIY Bobby Ryan nameplate, in honor of the player that was acquired hours after Alfredsson left for the Wings.

As you know, Protest Jerseys are typically not a Foul, and this falls under that category. Wonder how many other varieties of this we’ll see in Ottawa this season?