Minor league hockey team will wear jerseys made of selfies

Monday August 18th, 2014

The Central Hockey League's Tulsa Oilers have announced that the team will wear jerseys covered in fan selfies for a game this season.

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The team is currently soliciting the self-taken fan shots through social media and will stitch them all onto a special uniform that the Oilers will wear in November for "Snap a Selfie Night."

The team has promised to give the fans with the best photos prime real estate on the team's sweater. Does that mean those who send in sub-par photos will get the armpit?

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-Brendan Maloy

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