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08-05-2012, 03:41 PM
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Downtown Jersey Stitching

I come in peace leaf fans, I live in downtown Toronto and want to get my Alternate Sens jersey stitched (The new "O" jersey with Karlsson on the back). Does anyone know of a reliable, fast place that can get it done for a reasonable price?

Any info would be greatly appreciated

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08-05-2012, 04:04 PM
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A Sens fan living in TO? I know that feel, living in Ottawa.

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A Sens fan living in TO? I know that feel, living in Ottawa.
It is not that bad actually, there are so many leaf fans here, it's pretty chill.

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even if i did know one, why would i tell a sens fan

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try looking in ottawa

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Cold responses... Not nice of our board lol. I can only think of Real Sports at the ACC. Not sure how cheap or fast it would be, but it would likely be reliable and the real thing, not some fake crap font from China. Sorry couldn't be more help.

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Haha, wow. Check out Real Sports. They might be able to help you out, but you'll be getting some chirps haha.

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No place in Toronto will do it for you.

And if they do, would you really trust them with your Sens jersey?

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08-05-2012, 05:31 PM
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Not sure about downtown, but if you travel a bit out to Pro Hockey Life in Vaughn or Mississauga, they have sets of numbers and name plates that they stitch on jerseys.

Not sure if they'll have a Karlsson in stock, but I'm sure they have others, and maybe they can order it in for you.

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08-05-2012, 05:49 PM
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Somewhere around Jane and Finch theres a good hockey store.

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Somewhere around Jane and Finch theres a good hockey store.
Yeah, I can't remember exactly where it is, but it's somewhere around that intersection. If you just walk around you should be able to find it. Pretty sure the store is open 24 hours too so you could go in the middle of the night to avoid the mall crowds.

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Yeah, I can't remember exactly where it is, but it's somewhere around that intersection. If you just walk around you should be able to find it. Pretty sure the store is open 24 hours too so you could go in the middle of the night to avoid the mall crowds.

Just kidding.
that place is awesome! store owner is such a chill`s guy! he did a great job with my kulie jersey

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that place is awesome! store owner is such a chill`s guy! he did a great job with my kulie jersey
Yeah, too bad he's a small business and doesn't have a website though. I think I'm gonna go get my skates sharpened there tomorrow night, I miss chuck.

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Yeah, too bad he's a small business and doesn't have a website though. I think I'm gonna go get my skates sharpened there tomorrow night, I miss chuck.
is it open tomm?? I assumed he was closed because of holidays.. but if hes open i will sure give him a visit

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haha i love our fans' hospitality to rival fans....

I can't think of any that does stitching downtown. Perhaps Nicholby's? They have pretty good deals on jerseys sometimes.

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haha i love our fans' hospitality to rival fans....

I can't think of any that does stitching downtown. Perhaps Nicholby's? They have pretty good deals on jerseys sometimes.
we are only here to help.. chuck does an excellent job with his store

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we are only here to help.. chuck does an excellent job with his store
Chuck literally changed my entire game by putting rockers on my skate blades.

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Chucks elite hockey! Just remembered the name of the store. Great skate and stick collection.
Ur right gunner, holiday, doh. Even chuck needs a break although I wouldn't be surprised to see him inside there tinkering with equipment repairs that guy is a god with hockey stuff

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Chucks elite hockey! Just remembered the name of the store. Great skate and stick collection.
Ur right gunner, holiday, doh. Even chuck needs a break although I wouldn't be surprised to see him inside there tinkering with equipment repairs that guy is a god with hockey stuff
honestly.. im surprised he hasn't found a job within the NHL..

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honestly.. im surprised he hasn't found a job within the NHL..
I remember walking in there when I was like 10 and I was with my dad, Chuck asked what kind of stick I was using, I was like, "it's just a muskoka wood one." The look he shot my my dad was pretty hilarious. After that he'd always cut prices down for me and any friends I brought with me looking for deals.

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I remember walking in there when I was like 10 and I was with my dad, Chuck asked what kind of stick I was using, I was like, "it's just a muskoka wood one." The look he shot my my dad was pretty hilarious. After that he'd always cut prices down for me and any friends I brought with me looking for deals.
always good memories with chuck!

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Dude I got my best stick ever from chuck, I was idolizing darcy tucker and there was a tps rubber tucker curve stick and I actually got it half price when I got my skates that day, chuck is a legend.

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There is a place at Warden and Eglinton called JMT Metrosport that specializes in soccer so it will be a perfect fit for your pansy jersey

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Welcome to the Jungle !! We eat you alive !!!

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It is not that bad actually, there are so many leaf fans here, it's pretty chill.
But it's still Ottawa

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