Stephen Harper's jersey choice raises eyebrows among Winnipeg hockey fans

Some Winnipeg Jets fans noticed that Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who is in town to watch Game 4 between the Jets and the Anaheim Ducks, isn't quite blending in with the sea of white and blue Jets jerseys inside the MTS Centre.

Prime minister attended Game 4 of Jets-Ducks playoff series wearing a red and white jersey

Prime Minister Stephen Harper looks up at the score board prior to the puck drop in Game 4 of the NHL playoffs' first series between the Winnipeg Jets and the Anaheim Ducks at the MTS Centre on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. He's still in the city today appearing at three different locations. (John Woods/Canadian Press)

Some Winnipeg Jets fans have noticed that Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who is in town to watch Game 4 between the Jets and the Anaheim Ducks, isn't quite blending in with the crowd inside the MTS Centre.

Many fans are wearing white "Winnipeg Whiteout" shirts or blue and white Jets jerseys, while Harper opted to wear a red and white Team Canada sweater.

Check out some of the reaction on social media below.

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