Jersey Fouls of the Week: A hopeful St. Louis Blues fan

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Photo via Hockey Hoff
Photo via Hockey Hoff

Jersey fouls can sometimes prove more confusing than funny. 

Take a look at the above foul that was sent to us by Hockey Hoff. That’s Gordie Howe on the back of a Columbus Blue Jackets alternate jersey. Not only did Howe never play for Columbus, the team didn’t exist during his career. The Blue Jackets’ first season was in 2000-01.

This week we have some interesting ‘tape’ fouls, and an old friend comes back to be fouled again.

If you want to submit, make sure to email us at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com or tweet to the hashtag #jerseyfoul. We’ll pick them up, and try to make sure to give credit where credit is due. We’ll throw them up on our Tumblr page!

5. Daniel who?

Not want to spend the money on a Craig Anderson jersey? (G. Long

Photo via G. Long on Twitter
Photo via G. Long on Twitter

4. Chicagoans love Andrew Shaw

Yet another Andrew Shaw foul. (MetalJohn)

Photo via MetalJohn
Photo via MetalJohn

3. David Babcock

Interesting way to change a David Clarkson jersey, by paying homage to the Toronto Maple Leafs new coach. (Jury61)

Photo via Jury61
Photo via Jury61

2. Patrick Roy Fans

He’s an icon in two cities. (Mike Engle)

Photo via Mike Engle
Photo via Mike Engle

1. St. Louis Blues, 2016 Stanley Cup champs 

Back for another run. (Hockey Feed STL)

Photo via Hockey Feed STL
Photo via Hockey Feed STL

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Josh Cooper is an editor for Puck Daddy on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!

 

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