Jersey Fouls of the Week: Crosby's Columbus enemy; Boston's 'Ball of Hate'

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Jersey Foul

Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand has been one of the hottest players in hockey this year

He was part of Team Canada’s most prolific line at the World Cup of Hockey and his recent play has vaulted him near the top of the Hart Trophy race.  A fan decided to pay homage to Marchand by creating a jersey that included the nickname given to the player by former President Barack Obama during a team trip to the White House in celebration of the Bruins’ 2011 Stanley Cup.

Thanks to Andrew E Thompson for posting this foul.

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5. Champion Ducks

In honor of the 2007 Anaheim Ducks’ Stanley Cup team. The group was celebrated in a game last Sunday.

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

4. No. 99 of the Los Angeles Kings

Wayne Gretzky wore No. 99 with the Kings. (Billy Thee)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

3. Salt Lake Team USA foul

Honoring the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics at a recent game between the San Jose Sharks and Nashville Predators. The person wearing this Team USA jersey foul is also rocking a kilt. (Ben Palos)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

2. A fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Florida Panthers

A Toronto Maple Leafs/Florida Panthers ‘Frankenjersey’ at a recent game between the two teams. (brettkirkham)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

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1. Dislike of Sidney Crosby

Brandon Dubinsky is known as one of Sidney Crosby’s biggest enemies. He wears No. 17 for the Columbus Blue Jackets. (jeremyschwarz)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

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