I have a question, why is it that, for example, people with Kovalchuk jerseys, opted to have them re-nameplated with Ryder/Sykora? My question is, you have an authentic jersey, why keep the numbers? Is getting the nameplate and numbers replaced to make it a #68 Jagr jersey: A. not worth the price. B. impossible. or C. Other? Just curious
probably just a little easier/quicker turn around time/ cheaper to have the name plate swapped out rather then have all of the numbers and the name plate swapped out. you can get a name plate swap for like $20 you can go wrong with that. Maybe these people just like either ryder or sykora?
Also, if you get the numbers changed, it's probably easy to tell that that's been done. Swapping out nameplates shouldn't be as obvious unless the new name is really short (e.g. Jagr) or the old name was really long (e.g. Langenbrunner).
Chant it if you like it or don't if you don't like it. It shouldn't be any more complex then that.
Clearly the majority of the fans like the chant because the majority of the arena does it.
Except those of us who don't like it still have to listen to everyone else chanting it. It's not like blocking someone on Twitter; not liking it doesn't magically prevent the sound from reaching our ears.
Hiphop hurray is cute but it sort of like a stoner goal chant, awfully low key - but it's my favorite of all those mentioned so far.
I like it too, but unlike a lot of the other goal songs out there, it didn't age well.
Agreed. Philly fans act like complete morons, Ranger fans act like dicks...why do we have to be the fanbase that turns the other cheek? Not really any pride is being courteous pussies...
Why do we have to be the fanbase that points at the Rangers and Flyers to justify our own behavior? F*ck that sh*t, we're BETTER than that. We don't have to sink to anywhere close to their level, nor should we.