Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by serp, Sep 24, 2018.
Pretty awesome story
Dallas Stars Player Borrows Jersey from Fan, Wears In Game!
Wow that's the last thing I think anyone would expect to happen when going to an NHL game no matter if it's preseason or the regular season.
They don’t have jerseys at the arena store?
This feels like a setup to get attention.
I guess I am cynical.
Sens fans breathing a sigh of relief knowing that a story about an NHL player being forced to wear a fans jersey during a game isn't about their team.
His jersey was "Severely wrinkled" so they needed to borrow one from a fan? That is an odd reason to need to go to the extent of borrowing the jersey off a fans back... Seems a little fishy.
This was at a pre-season game in Tulsa, so probably not.
Per the article: It didn't fit well at all, hence the wrinkles. Poor way of saying that, though. Should've just said it didn't fit.
looks like the guy is trying to get a reaction, like a new viral type of reaction. if the jersey is not available they get one from the team store.
The one guy on the team with a "severely wrinkled" jersey somehow.
They played in Tulsa Oklahoma. Probably didn't think about that. The Jersey that was prepared for Radulov made problems . You can see it in pictures that Radulovs Jersey is kinda different.
If you did not click the link they have a picture of Radulov wearing it during the game. Look closely and you see the Fanatics label on the jersey.
Still kinda odd to me. They don't have spare jerseys or anything? lol
I would tell them to keep the jersey and get me a new one
Great...the jersey smells like sweaty Radulov.
Yeah, think there's more than meets the eye on this story. Even for a minor league game you'd think they'd have extra jerseys.
Pretty sure you'd find people who pay extra for jerseys smelling like the player
the stars pr team is clout chasing
There are strange people out there for sure.
Signed game worn jersey?
That's a keeper.
Not to be that guy, but this feels like a publicity stunt.
The scoreboard guy has jumped the shark.
Don't worry, you're like "that 4th guy" in this thread.
Pretty cool story that I bet most of us wish happened to us.
This guy gets his replica jersey automatically transformed into a game-worn, signed jersey, just for showing up.
I could see if the guy was built like a linebacker, his sweater might fit over Radulov's pads...
Weird story but cool.
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