Jersey Numbers not worn...

Jersey Numbers not worn...

Post by tamara5.. » Sat, 11 Mar 2000 04:00:00


I heard this question recently, but do not recall the answer.

There are 4 jersey numbers that have never been worn by a player in NHL
hictory.  What are they?

I know one of them is 69.  But can't remember the other 3.  I think they
were all in the 70's range.

Anyone know?

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Jersey Numbers not worn...

Post by Thomas Sulliva » Sun, 12 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Thank God no player in the NHL has stooped so low as to wear #69.
Whenever I see anyone on an opposing team in my rec league wearing that
number, I just know that they must be the biggest loser and are just
begging to be crushed at the first possible moment.  This was true while
playing in college too.

--Tom

 
 
 

Jersey Numbers not worn...

Post by laks » Sun, 12 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Thank God no player in the NHL has stooped so low as to wear #69.
> Whenever I see anyone on an opposing team in my rec league wearing that
> number, I just know that they must be the biggest loser and are just
> begging to be crushed at the first possible moment.  This was true while
> playing in college too.

> --Tom

why?

 
 
 

Jersey Numbers not worn...

Post by Diane L Benh » Sun, 12 Mar 2000 04:00:00

: Thank God no player in the NHL has stooped so low as to wear #69.
: Whenever I see anyone on an opposing team in my rec league wearing that
: number, I just know that they must be the biggest loser and are just
: begging to be crushed at the first possible moment.  This was true while
: playing in college too.

Maxim Afinogenov started off wearing the #69.  He was the 69th pick
in the draft which is the reason why he wanted the number.

Diane
--
What goes around, comes back stronger - Skinny Puppy "Testure"

 
 
 

Jersey Numbers not worn...

Post by Joe Whit » Tue, 14 Mar 2000 04:00:00

My son had wanted to wear Jagr's number for his roller hockey league. Well
due to a brain fart on behalf of his father he ended up with 69 instead of
68. Most of the other parents got a kick out of it and none of the kids are
any the wiser. I'm sure he'll probably have a laugh over it in a few years
as well.

Joe



Quote:

> : Thank God no player in the NHL has stooped so low as to wear #69.
> : Whenever I see anyone on an opposing team in my rec league wearing that
> : number, I just know that they must be the biggest loser and are just
> : begging to be crushed at the first possible moment.  This was true while
> : playing in college too.

> Maxim Afinogenov started off wearing the #69.  He was the 69th pick
> in the draft which is the reason why he wanted the number.

> Diane
> --
> What goes around, comes back stronger - Skinny Puppy "Testure"