This white air-knit gamer by CCM was worn by Sean Burke during the 1991-92 season, while playing for the Canadian National Team. Burke’s career began in New Jersey back in the late 1980’s and spanned 18 seasons. As a rookie in 1987-88, Burke led his Devils to their first ever Stanley Cup playoffs. The upstart club would make it all the way to the Semi-Finals behind the spectacular goaltending of Burke. After playing his first 4 seasons with New Jersey, Sean ventured onto Hartford where he remained with the franchise into their first season in Carolina, for a total of 6 years in all. Other stops included Vancouver, Philadelphia, Florida, 5 seasons in Phoenix, Tampa and Los Angeles. Sean played in 3 NHL All Star games. His career Wins total of 324 ranks Sean in the top 20 of all-time in that category.
Between Burke’s time in New Jersey and Hartford, he represented Team Canada for the 1991-92 season and then went on to play for the Canadian Olympic Team. Offered here is Burke’s gamer from his time with the Canadian National Team. Sewn to the back hem are the sponsorship patches. The game wear on this size 58 sweater is solid and consists of stick and puck marks, goal post paint transfer and fine areas of pilling. On the back player number is a black sharpie signature in Burke’s own hand. A nice vintage Team Canada sweater.