A single jersey that involves two teams tends to strike a nerve with fans. A lot of people buy them and then when they’re seen at games, they’re sent to us as fouls.
The above Patrick Sharp Dallas Stars, Chicago Blackhawks foul is interesting in part because of the recent rumors involving Sharp’s return to the Hawks. Two people, Keleigh Milliorn on email and Amber on Facebook, sent us this foul.
This week we had some fascinating jersey fouls. Many were confusing but all brought humor and some much-needed levity to the dog days of the hockey season.
If you want to submit, make sure to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet to the hashtag #jerseyfoul. We’ll pick them up, and try to give credit where credit is due. If you want to see more fouls, check out our Tumblr page and Instagram page!
5. The Big Tuna
Seen at a Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils game in Newark on Jan. 24.
4. Nicklas Ovechkin
Alex Ovechkin wears No. 8 for the Washington Capitals. Nicklas Backstrom wears No. 19. (Christopher Cistaro)
3. Shake n’ Bake!
This is a Winnipeg Jets jersey seen at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. (John Quast)
2. A brilliant Marc Staal foul
A fan of New York Rangers defenseman, Marc Staal perhaps? (Michael Meyer)
1. Quieting Pierre
It says “Shut Up Pierre” on the back of the jersey. (Kyle Araujo)
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