Jersey Talk – The history of yellow jerseys in hockey

In today’s episode, Keener and Jason chat with special guests, Enzo and Chabot, about the history of yellow jerseys in hockey.

As usual, there are a lot of laughs and interesting insights from the guys.

Today’s Topics:

  1. A long overdue Rip-Off Confession
  2. World Juniors
  3. What happens with jerseys and fan gear that isn’t needed?

The Question of the Day: 

“When you think about the yellow jerseys, which ones come to mind first?”

Here are a few common examples:

  • Nashville Predators
  • Boston ‘Pooh Bear’ jerseys
  • Vancouver Canucks Flying V

Notable Quotes: 

“There is a difference when yellow is an accent colour, but yellow as the main colour just doesn’t look right” – Jason

“The Flying V jersey would have been much better if they wore black helmets instead of yellow” – Keener

Audience Assistance: 

  1. If you have pictures of championship gear where the team didn’t win, send us a picture.
  2. What do you think was the first yellow hockey jersey?

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