Jerseys with names but no name plates?
View Single Post
01-06-2012, 10:20 PM
Join Date: Oct 2011
Nah that's how they do it in the NHL because they don't reuse jerseys. Theres a few rules to that as well. Take this for example, if you get ANY blood on your jersey in the NHL you have to remove it and change it for a fresh one. If it rips you need to change it for another. They don't worry about next years D man coming in who wants to use #7, they just give him a brand new jersey and he can keep it for his own if he wants.
Same with goalies next time you watch your team play away at the end of the game you'll notice he has a bunch of puck marks all over his white jersey. Next time they play an away game he will have a fresh white jersey. I'm pretty sure they use a new one every game for every player.
View Public Profile
Find More Posts by shawn1331