Jersey Fouls of the Week: Rickard Rakell's fan club

Photo via Zach Cavanaugh on Twitter. 
Photo via Zach Cavanaugh on Twitter. 

It’s great when you see a bunch of fans of an international player represent at a game.

This week we had such situation in Anaheim when several people showed up in jerseys that were half Ducks, half Team Sweden. On the back was Rickard Rakell mostly, with a little bit of Jesper Fast.

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Above is a photo of the group, which was at Wednesday’s game between the Ducks and New York Rangers at Honda Center.

Below is the front side of the jersey of the group that was at the game to cheer on Rakell mostly.

Photo via Anaheim Ducks on Twitter
Photo via Anaheim Ducks on Twitter

Half jerseys seemed to be somewhat of a rage this week with the photos above and one below.

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5. Jonathan Drouin, Washington Capitals legend

The young Tampa Bay Lightning winger was not dealt at the NHL’s trading deadline. (Taylor Donoghue)

Photo via Taylor Donoghue on Twitter
Photo via Taylor Donoghue on Twitter

4. Half Yzerman

Not sure on the half Dallas Stars part of this Yzerman jersey pair. (Geoff D)

Photo via Geoff D
Photo via Geoff D

3. St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago

One of the best cities in North America to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. (Chris Starkovich)

Photo via Chris Starkovich on Twitter
Photo via Chris Starkovich on Twitter

2. Ted Cruz supporter foul

Like our Donald Trump fan friend in Nashville. (Hillary Tilles)

Photo via Hillary Tilles on Twitter
Photo via Hillary Tilles on Twitter

1. Florida’s first line

The grouping of Jaromir Jagr, Aleskander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau has been tremendous. And their numbers add up to 95, which makes this foul that much better. (The Score)

Photo via The Score
Photo via The Score

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