Hockey Bob

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About Hockey Bob

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  • Birthday 10/09/1971

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  • Favorite Team(s)
    Chicago Blackhawks, Cubs
  • Favorite Player(s)
    Belfour, Broduer, Graham, Larmer, Roenick, Modano,
  • Favorite Jersey(s)
    All Ultrafil CCM size 52 or bigger

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    Aurora Illinois

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  1. eBay version 4.0

    Odd looking jersey all around, looks legit until you get to the NHL shield
  2. eBay version 4.0

    I reached out to that seller earlier, the sizing is closer to a 44 than a 54 And as you said, those auto's on the crest might be more work to get out than the jersey is worth.
  3. It arrived today v. 8.0

    Maybe I'm wrong but I thought game jerseys from that era didn't have the Center Ice tagging in the collar?
  4. Detroit Red Wings ultrafil question

    I have the same dilemma, I have a Leafs game worn goalie jersey from either the late 80's or early 90's (I believe it is Jeff Reese #35 but I'd have to check) Part of me wants to strip it and make it into someone worth having to me - but I also don't want to end the history on the jersey. It's been discussed on the board many times, I think the overall consensus was It's your jersey, do with it as you want.
  5. How To STRIP A JERSEY 101

    My advice, Go Slow! Ultrafil is the easiest to strip (in my experience) Get it stripped and let us know if there is any shadowing or glue residue and we'll work from there Invest in a good seam ripper to cut the stitching and if the #'s don't come right off try pulling the fabric or stretch it. Don't try and rip the whole stretch at once, you may end up pushing too hard and poking a hole in the material Start slow and you'll get the feel Good luck
  6. The feedback thread

    Boooo Puns, Boooooo
  7. eBay version 4.0

    So the Graham sells in a bidding war for over $400 and it's incorrectly done up - this poor guy can't move an incorrectly done up Roenick for a Buy it now $125 less.... Some folk'l never lose a toe but then again some folk'L
  8. Bandwagon fans

    My 2 cents. A bandwagon fan is when you only show up because the team is winning. I think the label will stick until the team is really bad again and see we who still shows up. This will be tested with the Blackhawks soon.
  9. eBay version 4.0

    There aren't many Hawks jerseys on eBay that get by me I'm like a hoarding abyss
  10. eBay version 4.0

    Holy smokes! And aren't the back #'s wrong?
  11. eBay version 4.0

    Sorry to chime back in late I've been a Hawks fan since the mid 80's - I know it's hard to believe there are loyal Hawks fans PRE-2010 but we do exist. Blues are the only remaining team of the second six expansion that hasn't hoisted the cup while having to watch Chicago do it 3 times (in recent times) and then the Cubs win last season - I think i'm correct in saying they have a chip on their shoulder Detroit went from the lovable "Wing Nut" fans to hated because of their success in the 90's and yes, Hawks fans do chant Detroit Sucks because we were the disgruntled losers watching our heated divisional rival have success. It's the same pattern with the Hawks and Blues Not taking away from the Devils inferiority complex just adding other teams in my Mid-Western experience. Sorry to derail the thread.
  12. eBay version 4.0

    It's a rivalry thing, Being in Chicago I hear all the same stuff from Blues fans. I have friends from Stl thanking Nashville for taking the Hawks out even when the Predators are on the verge of taking them out. I don't get it.
  13. eBay version 4.0

    He was, I don't know if he still is. I've bought from him on here but then he kinda disappeared / only sells on eBay
  14. eBay version 4.0

    I've never been to a Devils game but I've been to a Blues game. Those fans have the biggest inferiority complex I've ever observed. And They really do wear Jorts and have a ridiculous power play "dance" that I thought was for children but then as I looked around it was all adults doing it. (small sample of the wonderment)