Jersey Fouls of the Week: Jake Muzzin history lessons

Photo via Isles Road Warrior
Photo via Isles Road Warrior

Not often do two of our favorite jersey fouls find each other in an arena and create one giant double foul.

This happened recently when the traveling ‘Crosby Sucks’ Islanders fan joined forces with a fan who wants the team to return to Long Island in the above photo. Thanks to Isles Road Warrior who has been picked out in multiple buildings this season.

According to the guy who wears the 'Crosby Sucks' jersey, his is signed by Johnny Boychuk. The other person's is signed by Travis Hamonic.

This week we saw yet another Swedish foul and a jersey from a player’s not memorable short tenure with another team. Also this guy seemed to be excited about sports.

Photo via Pucks on Net on Twitter. 
Photo via Pucks on Net on Twitter.

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. Full name foul    

Not often do you see a player’s full name on the back of a jersey. (Nick Zinzola)

Photo via Nick Zinzola on Twitter
Photo via Nick Zinzola on Twitter

4. Oliver Ekman-Larsson’s Swedish fan club

Similar to the Rickard Rakell fan club from last week. (Todd Cassel)

Photo via Todd Cassel on Twitter
Photo via Todd Cassel on Twitter

3. Pukesburgh Penguins

Interesting take on the city of Pittsburgh. (Dave Missioni)

Photo via Dave Missioni on Twitter
Photo via Dave Missioni on Twitter

2. Jake Muzzin history lesson

Before he became an advanced stats darling with the Los Angeles Kings, Jake Muzzin was with the Nashville Predators for four days in 2009-10 training camp. Was this game worn? Is this Jake Muzzin's biggest fan in Nashville? It's an interesting homage to a brief period in Muzzin's NHL history. (Cutler Klein)

Photo via Cutler Klein on Twitter.
Photo via Cutler Klein on Twitter.

1. Gastric bypass

Our first surgical foul.

Photo submitted via email
Photo submitted via email

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