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    Los Angeles Kings, Whoever plays the Ducks
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    Robitaille, Gretzky, Coffey, Peter Šťastný, Kopitar, Toffoli
  • Favorite Jersey(s)
    1996 Penguins 3rd, Rangers Liberty, 80's-90's Leafs, 1996 Team USA WCOH

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  1. Canucks Jerseys Customization

    That’s what I do now. Whenever I can get my hands on the real stuff, I send it in with the jersey.
  2. Canucks Jerseys Customization

    Maybe things have changed recently, but whenever I’ve asked them for ultrafil plates, I’ve gotten something back that looks very much like ultrafil, but it’s not exactly it. I’m actually fine with it though. I posted some pictures in an earlier thread showing the material texture:
  3. Canucks Jerseys Customization

    There are a few pictured on Keener’s website:
  4. If you wash the jersey after the acetone has dried, the stains don’t seem to come out. Have you tried applying acetone, rubbing it into the affected area to dissolve the colored staining, and BEFORE the acetone dries, rinse it out thoroughly with cold water? This has worked for me a few times.
  5. It arrived today v. 8.0

    You’re one of the lucky ones. Most of us with Photobucket accounts got notices saying that we would no longer get 3rd party hosting unless we paid a subscription fee, which iirc was at least $400 a year. Like others, I just said f that and switched over to Flickr.
  6. It arrived today v. 8.0

    If you’re not paying big bucks to Photobucket, you’re probably going to have most of your pics blocked from 3rd party hosting. Try Flickr (what I use) or imgur.
  7. It arrived today v. 8.0

    I see them all except pics 8 & 9 on my phone.
  8. It arrived today v. 8.0

    Some real beauties there!
  9. It is good or not?

    It’s not sewn through both layers of the hem- from the inside you can only see the stitches made through and around the border of the swoosh.
  10. It is good or not?

    It’s possible to pay an embroidery company to duplicate the NHL shield and stitch it into the jersey fabric, provided they have no issues with the logo copyright. Probably not cheap, and I don’t know how accurate it would have to be to satisfy you, but it’s at least possible. It also shouldn’t be hard for a customizer to cut a piece of twill in the shape of a swoosh and stitch it on. Don’t know if the trouble would be worth it to you though.
  11. It is good or not?

    The swoosh looks like it’s a patch, but the NHL shield is embroidered directly into the jersey. It will be difficult to get the shield to look exactly the same as the original; it’s not like just buying an authentic patch from National Emblem.
  12. It is good or not?

    On that Burke gamer on eBay, I’m not sure how good the lettering is- is it really a gamer? Maybe one of the Devils gamer experts here could comment. Here’s a white big block/no shield 89/90 that was converted into a 91/92. Once again, a Burke!
  13. It is good or not?

    Oddly enough, this is available on eBay right now: I’m pretty sure that during 1989-90, the Devils had small block logos on some jerseys, and big block ones without NHL shields on others, like this one: So maybe you don’t need to bother adding the NHL shield.

    Sorry the coupon didn’t work out for you. I actually used the coupon to pick up something from JB. I was just about to e-mail him anyway to get the jersey off eBay, but the coupon actually worked out better for me, and I ended up saving $63 off the regular price.

    Thanks for the clarification. Since the coupon seemed to work on just about any item, it didn’t seem fair to me that any seller would just be forced to take 20% less without any choice in the matter.