Jersey Fouls of the Week: Niederreiter of America; 'Carlzner' of the Capitals

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Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

A ‘Frankenjersey’ is an interesting concept.

Generally it consists of two different jerseys that become one. This style of jersey is also one of the most frequent fouls we see.

The two ‘Frankenjerseys’ that are a part of this edition of Jersey Fouls of the Week are more fascinating than others we’ve seen before. This is because they were worn at playoff games where the teams used in the making of the ‘Frankenjerseys’ were playing each other.

The above foul is a Nashville Predators, Chicago Blackhawks ‘Frankenjersey’ that was tweeted during Game 3 of their first-round series. Supposedly the person wearing this foul is from Chicago but has been living in Nashville for a while. Her boyfriend also apparently has this jersey. 

Thanks to Jones4Johansen for posting this.

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5. Crosby Good

 Our favorite ‘Crosby Sucks’ Islanders fan has come around. (IslesRW)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

4. J Hockey 

Johnny Hockey is not No. 50 for the Calgary Flames.

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

3. Carlzner

Karl Alzner wears No. 27 for the Washington Capitals. John Carlson wears No. 74. (NYCCapsCrew)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

2. Nino Niederreiter, American Hero

Minnesota Wild forward Nino Niederreiter is from Switzerland. (Bob Wilson)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

1. A confused fan in Washington

Seen going to a playoff game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Capitals. The Washington Post got the story behind this jersey. (dcsportsbog)

Jersey Foul
Jersey Foul

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