Gary Bettman calls them jerseys. Hockey players wear sweaters with crests, not logos. There is no neutral zone in hockey, it's called centre ice. There are no lockerooms in hockey, it's called a dressing room. Hockey clubs have alternate captains, not assistant captains. Gary Bettman has Americanized hockey language, and many sheep have followed.
There are plenty of Canadians who have always used the term jerseys, or other terms to reference the other items you list, I know I for one have always called jerseys as such and that has nothing to do with Gary Bettman or anyone else. They all are acceptable. You've made two posts, both have used derogatory terms to describe anyone who doesn't share your particular viewpoint on what things should be called ('don't know hockey' or 'sheep'). This is not acceptable and will not be tolerated further. You're more than welcome to discuss the matter at hand (potential changes to the sweater/jersey/uniform/article of clothing that covers the upper body) but please refrain from the personal shots; you don't need them to make your points.
(That last bit goes for everyone in this thread, not just the poster being replied to...)