Patrick Sharp’s Dallas Stars sweater doesn’t look right

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Other than playing for the Philadelphia Flyers for two seasons, former Blackhawks left wing Patrick Sharp spent his entire career in Chicago and won three Stanley Cups.


The Blackhawks traded Sharp to the Dallas Stars on July 10, and the 33-year-old doesn’t look right in the green and white sweater.

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Sharp took out a full page ad in the Chicago Sun-Times and thanked the fans and the city of Chicago for their support throughout the years.

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