OT: Where to change nameplate on a Habs jersey?

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  1. the watcher

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    Need to change the nameplate on an older habs jersey. Number will stay the same. Where can i get a good job done at a reasonable price?

    P.S. It's #8, i'll let you figure out what the swap is :naughty:
     
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    Bloumeister Meister Mojo Rising

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    Don't forget to remove the letters in the blue section :sarcasm:

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    RealityBytes Trash Remover

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    Think outside the box a bit, remember the days when the name was on a rectangle piece of material and then sewn on.

    If you can't get the name removed, perhaps you can get a new piece of the same material and cover it up, then put the new name on top.
     
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    Would like to do the same with my 21 Gionta jersey....
     
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    Few options

    It's very easy to unstitching yourself. (Buy a stitch picker $4) I bought one because I've now used it 4 times for various jerseys.

    Step two would be to either order new name plate & letters from somewhere like http://www.coolhockey.com/Player-Kits/c10/index.html

    Or find a local retailer whom will send out or do stitching in house.
    There is a place in Kingston ontario that will do any name for about $40

    The other option is take or send to bell centre although I'm unsure of the cost for this method.
     
  6. Le Tricolore

    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOO!

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    Used to be $25 at the Bell Centre. I imagine it's the same price. It'll take them a week or so to get it back to you, though.
     
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    Thanks will look into this.

    How's the quality at the bell center? Is it the same crap they sell on NHL.com which is some sticker version?
     
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    Le Tricolore Boo! BOOOO!

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    If you're getting a name stitched on, it's the official pro lettering.
     
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    You got burned buying a Woywitka jersey too? I thought I was the only one.
     

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