This white mesh practice gamer by Bauer was worn by Rod Brind’Amour circa the early 1990’s during Philadelphia Flyers practice sessions. Brind’Amour recently wrapped up his 21st and final NHL season. This lengthy career began in 1988 with the St. Louis Blues where Rod spent 3 years before joining the Philadelphia Flyers. He would play for the Flyers for 9 years before joining his most recent squad, the Carolina Hurricanes, where he resided for the past decade. During his career, Rod won a Stanley Cup with the Hurricanes, played in the NHL All Star game and captured back to back Frank Selke Trophy’s as the leagues best defensive forward, also while representing Carolina. To his credit are 452 goals and 1184 career points. Rod has represented Team Canada in both the Olympics and the inaugural World Cup of Hockey in 1996.
This vintage practice jersey shows fine use that consists of stick marks, board burns, board paint transfer and inner pilling. An early career offering from Rod’s time in Philadelphia.