Jersey Fouls is our ongoing exploration of the rules and etiquette for proper hockey jersey creation and exhibition. If you spot what you think may be a foul in your arena, email a photo to us at email@example.com for inclusion in future installment.
Last night's Winnipeg Jets game at the Vancouver Canucks has been called one of the most entertaining contests at Rogers Arena this season, partially because there was a large contingent of Jets fans that invaded the place and decided to make their presence known.
And, apparently, decided to desecrate some NHL jerseys in the process.
Via friend of Puck Daddy Ryan Classic:
Found these two women outside my section at the Jets-Canucks game. Matching Andrew Ladd and Henrik Sedin frankenjerseys. The Canucks halves are bootlegs as well.
Where do these people go to get them made? Surely this practice is frowned upon even in the black market.
Or really any market. The stock market. The supermarket. Some market in Marrakech where monkeys run around selling dates. Here's another look:
Sigh ... and the Jets and Canucks used to have so much in common, what with the mutual admiration of Dave Babych and all ...
Obviously, this is some kind of "honoring the captains/welcome back to the NHL Winnipeg" FrankenTributeJersey, but is just doesn't work. The logos sync up awkwardly, and the numbers on the back look horrific.
Plus, after realignment, these cats are going to be conference rivals. If it's not a Foul now, it will be. Oh, it will be …