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12-14-2012, 02:37 PM
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Realistically, what's "appropriate" is whatever jerseys you have in your bag, if you just play men's recreational hockey. Preferably, one white, one black/color. If you don't have any jersey from a men's league team, you should just buy a simple practice jersey; again, one white, one color (preferably not red/yellow or a light shade of a color). This is so that you can always play for either the white/yellow/light team or the black/colors team. Having both means you can even up the numbers if it's unbalanced.

Wearing ANY kind of customized, professional, international, whatever jersey is super lame. Regardless of what team it is or what player is on the back (old or current) it's a massive waste of money and it makes you look like a bender, IMO. Just wear whatever you wear when you play, or practice jerseys.

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