Jersey naming question

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  1. Ajax02

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    On the real NHL Pro jersey's are the names individually lettered or is it a namebar that is sewn on? More specifically how is it done on the Canucks Vintage?

    because i wanna add a name to my jersey but i'm not sure which way is right.. thanks
     
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    For the most part, I think they're done with a namebar
     
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    The letters are individually sewn onto a "nameplate" which is sewn onto the jersey on all authentic/pro sweaters.
     
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    I always thought that they sew the letters onto a nameplate and then ironed the plate onto the jersey. I don't have a jersey handy with me right now, so I can't check.
     
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    From the hockey jerseys that I have, the nameplate is sewn on to the jersey.
     
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    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOOO!

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    Correct.

    I'd go take a picture of my sewn jersey, but it's upstairs... and I'm lazy.
     
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    ohh whenever you have time could you take a closeup of ur jersey?? i would love that alot..

    thanks
     
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    great thanks,

    so i take it something like this is not entirely accurate?
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    It depends on the NHL team and their jersey specs. Not every team uses nameplates - the majority of them are sewn directly onto the jersey. Look at pictures of the team in question and you'll get your answer.
     
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    Yeah, I believe the Wings don't use a nameplate...
     
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    I just made a Lidstrom jersey myself (I have experience doing jerseys) that I have to take in to get sewn, then signed by him. I heatpressed the letters I bought from Stahl's.

    Neither do the Rangers. I don't think Montreal does either.
     

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