NHL offseason Jersey Fouls: P.K. Subban to Shea Weber

Kylie LaBrecque via Twitter
Kylie LaBrecque via Twitter

Multiple NHL players who finished last year with a certain organization are now with different teams.

So what will the fans do with jerseys of these players? They try to change them to make them more accurate. That’s what happened with the above foul involving P.K. Subban’s Montreal Canadiens jersey being changed to Shea Weber. Thanks to Kylie LaBrecque for this foul.

Because it’s the offseason, fresh fouls – like the one above – are few and far between. But we’ve dipped into our vast archives to find jerseys from the season for your viewing pleasure.

Of course if you see a new foul, don’t hesitate to send it our way by following these instructions.

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. The New York Rangers are a juggernaut

No Rangers player has worn No. 75. (Ravi Brammer)

Ravie Brammer via Email
Ravi Brammer via Email

4. Not Mike Green

Mike Green is no longer with the Washington Capitals. (Ken Wills)

Ken Wills via Email
Ken Wills via Email

3. Beer foul

A fan of Miller Lite perhaps?

Photo submitted via Email
Photo submitted via Email

2. Dez Bryant, Dallas Stars legend

Similar to our Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Kings foul. Dez Bryant plays for the Dallas Cowboys and wears No. 88. (Scott Haman)

Photo via Scott Haman on Email
Scott Haman via Email

1. James Bond, hockey playing spy

Shaken, not stirred. (Adam Helsel)

Adam Helsel via Email
Adam Helsel via Email


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Josh Cooper is an editor for Puck Daddy on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at puckdaddyblog@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter!