Jersey Nerds Podcast

Jersey Nerds Podcast

Join us fellow jersey nerds as we look at the week that was in hockey jersey and logo news. We are very passionate jersey nerds and we share that passion with other jersey nerds every week on the podcast. Segments on the podcast include Fake or Authentic. The host, Ryan, gives a statement and it's up to the co-hosts to determine whether the statement is Fake or Authentic. Throwback Throwdown matches up jerseys from the past against each other to determine which of them is superior. And sometimes we even dive into the Mailbag to read your questions.... Show More
June 5, 2019 65 min
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The new home sweater of the Vancouver Canucks has leaked across the internet. The Jersey Nerds break it down and look at what they like and what misses the mark. Also the ECHL has made a new Kelly Cup trophy! Allegedly the Colorado Eagles never returned it after winning the 2018 championship. According to the Eagles though they have tried to return it and the league has not accepted. This mess is discussed and speculated on as well.

During Fake or Authenticthe guys debate if you would give up your smarts for a boatload of money.

Throwback Throwdown is between our returning champion, the St. Louis Blues 1970 white jersey, and the 1976 Kansas City Scouts blue jersey. It's a unique shoulder yoke battle!

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Music in this episode:

"HJC Theme" Shawn Van de Sande

"Campfire Song" Chris Haugen

"Bit Shift" Kevin MacLeod (
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